Wobbler Syndrome

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UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Jennifer Janes

July 26, 2014

Janes' research has focused on the roles of orthopedic pathology and genetic determinants in wobbler syndrome.... Read More

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Lecture on Equine Neurologic Diseases Scheduled at Penn Vet

March 30, 2014

The lecture will focus on neurologic diseases, which ranges from a drooping eyelid to an inability to stand.... Read More

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Detecting Upper Body Issues

January 16, 2014

Learn about less common but more difficult to diagnose upper body lamenesses. ... Read More

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Study: Some Wobbler-Affected Thoroughbreds Can Race

July 13, 2013

Some Thoroughbreds with mild clinical signs of wobbler syndrome eventually made it to the racetrack.... Read More

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Equine Neurologic Disease

June 08, 2013

The accurate diagnosis of equine neurologic disease is important for several reasons.... Read More

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What's Behind Wobbler Syndrome?

April 30, 2013

Researchers still have questions about wobbler syndrome's etiology and pathogenesis. ... Read More

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Wobbler Syndrome in Older Horses

March 28, 2013

One vet says to consider wobbler syndrome as a diagnosis for aged horses with neurologic signs and neck pain.... Read More

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Triaging Acute Equine Neurologic Emergencies

March 19, 2013

One veterinarian reviewed the steps in triaging acute equine neurologic emergencies in the field.... Read More

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Grayson-Jockey Club to Fund 12 New Projects in 2013

March 15, 2013

The Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation approved funding of 12 new projects in 2013. ... Read More

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UK to Host 2013 Equine Showcase, Breeders' Short Course

December 04, 2012

The programs will highlight industry research findings, reproduction topics, and horse management issues.... Read More

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Wobbler Syndrome: An Increasingly Recognized Problem

November 25, 2012

Many wobbler cases can be managed successfully thanks to increased appreciation by owners and veterinarians.... Read More

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MRI to Detect Wobbler Syndrome? (AAEP 2011)

March 12, 2012

Researchers found that MRI more accurately identified compression in CSM horses compared to radiographs.... Read More

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Cervical Stabilization and S. Neurona Horse Courses Archived

January 04, 2012

The newest Horse Courses were filmed at the 2011 Advances in Equine Neurological Disease Symposium.... Read More

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Advances in Equine Neurological Disease Symposium a Success

December 16, 2011

Featured topics included equine protozoal myeloencephalitis, wobbler syndrome, and neurologic herpesvirus.... Read More

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Rutgers ESC Announces 2012 Spirit of the Horse Award Winner

December 10, 2011

Liz Durkin sponsored R.U. Levi, a Wobbler syndrome-afflicted Mustang who now serves as a teaching horse.... Read More

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Thoroughbred Stallion Jet Master Dead

November 18, 2011

Champion South African Thoroughbred racing sire Jet Master died Tuesday from complications from surgery.... Read More

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What's Up with Wobblers?

November 01, 2011

Wobbler syndrome is no longer a death sentence for horses if detected and managed early.... Read More

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Wobbler Syndrome in Horses: An Overview

August 06, 2011

Horses affected by wobbler syndrome have sustained spinal cord damage that leads to ataxia (incoordination). ... Read More

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Neurologist Joins the Faculty at New Bolton Center

July 28, 2011

Neurologist Amy Johnson, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, was recently appointed to the faculty of New Bolton Center.... Read More

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Wobbler Syndrome in Thoroughbreds: Racing Prognosis Examined

July 09, 2011

In some cases, Thoroughbreds diagnosed and treated for wobbler syndrome using conservative therapy can recover... Read More

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Grayson-Jockey Club Foundation Funds Wobbler Research

May 23, 2011

The study "Orthopedic and Genetic Roles in Wobbler Syndrome" is being carried out at the Gluck Equine Research... Read More

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Mustangs Teach RU Students About Nutrition, Behavior

April 02, 2011

What do wild mustangs have to teach people? If you ask the students enrolled in Rutgers University's (RU) Young Horse Teaching and Research Program (YHTRP), the answer will likely be, "plenty." For the past two years, the YHTRP, headed by Sarah L. ... Read More

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Samples Needed for Wobbler Syndrome Research

January 27, 2011

On a warm spring night everyone in the barn is eagerly awaiting a new foal's arrival. The wait is rewarded with the birth of a big, strong, and beautiful colt. During the next 12 months the foal thrives. The owners dream of having a future champion... Read More

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Taming the Beast: A Review of Equine Neurologic Disease

June 01, 2010

To take the dizzy factor out of understanding neurologic disease in horses, I.G. Joe Mayhew, BVSc, FRCVS, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, ECVN, has dedicated much of his career to helping practitioners and owners understand equine neurology.... Read More

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Neurologic Disease in Horses: Taming the Beast

June 01, 2010

To take the dizzy factor out of understanding neurologic disease in horses, I.G. Joe Mayhew BVSc, FRCVS, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, ECVN, head of Equine Massey and professor of equine studies at New Zealand's Massey University, has dedicated much of his... Read More