British Equine Veterinary Association

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Cannon Bone Fractures in Sport Horses vs. Racehorses

November 07, 2012

Researchers found that clinical signs of cannon bone fractures in sport horses and racehorses were similar.... Read More

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Advances in Equine Joint Pain Management

November 05, 2012

One researcher evaluated pharmacologic methods of osteoarthritis management and recent pain control advances.... Read More

Longeing Thoroughbred Yearling

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Conditioning Joint Cartilage through Early Exercise

November 02, 2012

Exercising foals helps condition articular cartilage and delay future joint disorders, one veterinarian says.... Read More

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Treating Equine Canker with Topical Cisplatin Chemotherapy

October 29, 2012

Topical cisplatin chemotherapy yielded promising results for treating canker in a small trial.... Read More

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Diagnosing Equine Neck Conditions

October 22, 2012

Neurologic signs, weakness, gait changes, and forelimb lameness can all point to an equine neck condition.... Read More

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New Concepts in Equine Skull Fracture Repair

October 17, 2012

While equine skull fractures are unsightly and alarming, surgeons can often repair them successfully.... Read More

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Arena Maintenance's Effects on Horse Movement

October 16, 2012

Arena maintenance changes the surface's properties, which in turn alters horses' movement patterns.... Read More

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Handling Respiratory Disease Outbreaks at Boarding Stables

October 12, 2012

Respiratory diseases at boarding barns present unique challenges for veterinarians, owners, and farm managers.... Read More

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Saddle Slip as an Indicator of Hind-Limb Lameness

October 08, 2012

British researchers learned that saddle slip could indicate subtle or low-grade hind-limb lameness.... Read More

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Forum for Working Equids Launched at BEVA Congress

September 16, 2012

The forum will help share information between those involved with the health and welfare of working equids.... Read More

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2012 BEVA President Takes the Reins

September 15, 2012

Keith Chandler, BVMS, CertEP, MRCVS, will take over the president role at the end of the 2012 Congress.... Read More

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BEVA Congress: Opening Events and Horse Owner Take-Homes

September 13, 2012

The 51st British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) Congress kicked off Sept. 13 in Birmingham, U.K.... Read More

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HRH The Princess Royal to Attend BEVA Congress

September 13, 2012

Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal will be opening Congress on Sept. 13 and will present BEVA's awards.... Read More

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Register for British Equine Veterinary Association Congress

May 06, 2012

This year's Congress will cover a broad range of day-to-day equine medicine and surgery topics.... Read More

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Florida Veterinary Ophthalmologist Lectures to British Group

February 07, 2008

University of Florida veterinary ophthalmologist Dennis Brooks, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVO, presented the prestigious Sir Frederick Smith Memorial Lecture in Warwickshire, England, kicking off the annual meeting of the British Equine Veterinary... Read More

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Consider EHV-4 in Neurologic Herpes Cases

January 17, 2008

Sometimes everything appears to add up in an outbreak of what resembles equine herpesvirus-associated myeloencephalopathy, the dreaded neurologic condition generally caused by equine herpesvirus-1 (EHV-1) infection that causes ataxia or... Read More

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Joint Authorities--Orthopedic State of the Art (BEVA 2007)

January 15, 2008

Two veterinarians compiled the latest on equine orthopedic topics and presented it to their colleagues at the 46th British Equine Veterinary Association Congress, held in Edinburgh, Scotland... Read More

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The Genetics Revolution

January 13, 2008

Mapping the horse genome used to be a pie-in-the-sky type of wish for veterinary geneticists: Understanding the genetic makeup of the horse could help them unlock a plethora of equine health mysteries and improve horse care. It was a tough... Read More

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BEVA 2007: Students Win Clinical Research Awards at BEVA

January 10, 2008

Each year at the British Equine Veterinary Association Congress (BEVA), the organization awards prizes to top student presentations in the clinical research portion of the program. The 2007 award winners’ talks were both rooted in orthopedics,... Read More

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Face Flies Linked to Sarcoid Spread?

January 10, 2008

A U.K. veterinarian has possibly linked common face flies to the spread of sarcoids, one of the most commonly encountered equine neoplasias (tumors), and it is conceivable that the risk of spreading sarcoids could be minimized through horse... Read More

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New Targets for Sarcoid Therapy

January 10, 2008

Ask a roomful of horse people if they've ever seen a sarcoid, and you'll probably see a bunch of hands rise, and many knowing nods or eyerolls of owners who have dealt with these frustrating, usually benign tumors. Sarcoids are the most common... Read More

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BEVA 2007: List of Links to Articles

January 10, 2008

The Horse attended three days of the 46th British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) Congress held in Edinburgh, Scotland, last September. Following are some research highlights presented at the meeting.

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BEVA Shares Education

February 01, 2005

The United Kingdom is famous for its rich history and deeply rooted traditions, but that doesn't mean its veterinarians are bound to ancient methods of equine medicine. Quite the contrary, the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) hosts... Read More

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Postoperative Colic Survival

January 18, 2005

Can a practitioner predict a horse's chances of survival after colic surgery? Not with absolute certainty, but several factors can help that prediction, said Anthony Blikslager, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS, associate professor of equine surgery at Nort... Read More

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Colic in Geriatrics

January 18, 2005

Older horses are at higher risk for certain types of colic, said Anthony Blikslager, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVS, associate professor of equine surgery in North Carolina State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. He reported on studies of older... Read More