Diseases and abnormalities of the upper airway are some of the main reasons for poor performance in sport horses.
Photo by Courtesy Dr. Julie Fjeldborg
Causes of epistaxis--bleeding from the nose--can range from mild to life-threatening conditions. Here's what to know.
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- The Equine Upper Airway: How It Works and What Goes Wrong
- HBLB: New Research Projects, Scholarships Starting in 2016
- Equine Epistaxis: What You Need to Know
- Panel Examines Possible Research Paths for EIPH Treatment
- Top Surgery Studies of 2015
- Sugars and Peppermints: Not Safe Treats for All Horses
- Respiratory Problems and Poor Performance
- Researchers Partner for Studies on Standardbreds
- Grayson-Jockey Club Launches EIPH Research Projects
- Risk Factors for Epistaxis in Jump Racehorses Examined
- Tying-Up in Horses: Causes and Management
- Genetic Disorders: Breed by Breed
- Top Equine Surgery Studies of 2013
- Common Respiratory Problems
- Alternative Treatment for "Roaring" in Horses (AAEP 2011)
- Box Elder Tree Seeds Linked to Seasonal Pasture Myopathy
- Finding and Testing Low-Sugar Forage
- Infographic: Respiratory Health
- In Depth: Evaluating the Upper Respiratory Tract (AAEP 2011)
- Emerging Neurologic Syndromes Discussed at World Equine Vet Meeting
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. Your article on tying-up left out the old remedy I have used successfully every time: vitamin E/selenium injections prior to whatever led to tying-up episodes in the past. I never had this fail and wonder why it has been abandoned?
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