Cushing's Disease in Horses

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It's spring, yet your aging equine has failed to shed his long, shaggy, winter coat. Furthermore, he's developed a saggy belly coupled with loss of muscle over his croup and rump. He's gulping down far more water than he used to, and his stall is always wet. All these are the classic signs of pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID), more commonly known as equine Cushing's disease or

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