Risk Factors Associated with Renal Failure

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In a recent study, University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine researchers looked for patterns in horses referred to the hospital with renal (kidney) insufficiency in order to detect the disorder earlier. Renal insufficiency is often a result of dehydration, and it is commonly associated with horses that are colicking and/or horses with increased creatinine (a kidney enzyme) levels.

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