Gain insight about postoperative ileus: a potentially life-threatening complication of colic surgery.
Photo by Rebecca McConnico, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM
Extracorporeal shock wave therapy could be a promising tool for treating equine lower limb wounds.
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Stem cells and other biologic therapies could have reproductive applications in horses, one researcher says.
Photo by T.K. Pope
- 2014 UK Equine Showcase, Breeders' Short Course Scheduled
- CSU Surgeon Honored for Research that Helps Horses, Humans
- Equine Researchers work with Regenerative Medicine Center
- AVC Receives Donation to Purchase New Equine Surgery Table
- Equine Health Seminar Kicks Off Horse Races
- Equine Postoperative Ileus Insights
- Lingering Lameness
- Shock Wave Therapy for Lower Leg Wounds on Horses
- Novel Use of Stems Cells in Horses Reported (AAEP 2012)
- Equine Field Anesthesia Considerations
- Equine Back Problems
- Physical Therapy for Stifle Problems in Horses (AAEP 2011)
- Equine Physical Therapy
- The Equine Spine--Back To Work
- Exercises to Strengthen Equine Back Muscles, Reduce Pain
- Reconditioning After Lay-Up
- There Was a Crooked Foal
- Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy Applications in Horses
- Cross-Training For Horses
- Using Heat Therapy
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. I have a 10-year-old mare that tore her deep digital flexor tendon two years ago where it meets the coffin bone. Would she be a candidate for adipose-derived regenerative stem cell treatment, or is the injury too old?
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