Equine skin conditions are often difficult to diagnose and frustrating to treat, with causes ranging from fungi, bacteria, and viruses to allergens, insects, and who-knows-what.
About the Experts
Scott W. Pierce, DVM, joined Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital, Lexington, Ky., in 1985 and became a partner in 1989. He continues to practice in an ambulatory capacity with Rood & Riddle and is a founding owner of Kinetic Technologies.
Christine Rees, DVM, Dipl. ACVD, is a board certified veterinary dermatologist and an international expert on animal skin conditions. She worked as a tenured faculty member at Texas A & M University for 13 years and currently operates her private practice, ADESA: Animal and Dermatology for Equine and Small Animals, in McKinney, Texas.
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- Electrochemotherapy Successful in Treating Equine Sarcoids
- Solid Tumors in Horses: Characteristics and Treatments
- Heritable Equine Skin Disorders
- Equine Pythiosis: Unsightly, Deadly, and Spreading
- Mistletoe: A Treatment for Sarcoids?
- Genital Cancer in Horses Linked to Newly Discovered Virus
- Full-Thickness Skin Grafts Have Superior Cosmetic Outcome
- Sarcoid Development May Have Genetic Basis