AAEP Convention 2013
- December 7-11, 2013
- Nashville, TN
Navicular bursography is an effective diagnostic option for palmar foot pain when MRI is not in the cards.
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Learn how veterinarians safely anesthetize horses in the field for 60 minutes or longer.
Photo by Paula da Silva
Researchers evaluated if vets could use blood protein levels to distinguish surgical from nonsurgical colic.
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News & Articles
Navicular bursography is an effective diagnostic option for palmar foot pain when MRI is not in the cards. Read More
- Anesthetizing Horses in the Field for an Hour or More
- GI Complications Associated with Elective General Anesthesia
- Blood Protein to Diagnose Surgical vs. Nonsurgical Colic
- How Vets can Treat 'Untouchable' Horses
- A Better Way to Treat Equine Eyes: Subpalpebral Lavage
- Placentitis Could be Detected Early with Hormone Testing
- New Navicular Bursa Injection Technique Could Prove Safer
- Coffin Bone Loss, Remodeling Associated with Laminitis
- Oocyte Transport Protocols and Success Rates
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