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Cholangiohepatitis in race horses

Caring for those affected by the disease that caused champion Uncle Mo to be scratched from the Derby
Sep 1, 2011

Caring for those affected by the disease that caused champion Uncle Mo to be scratched from the Derby.

Calif. researchers collaborate on animal, human health

UC Davis Regenerative Medicine Consortium combines veterinary medicine, human medicine and bioengineering
Aug 1, 2011

Veterinarians, physicians and PhDs are forming at the University of California-Davis to conduct basic research, develop clinical applications and conduct clinical trials in regenerative medicine that will yield great benefits in animal and human health.

Nutritional supplements in horses

Veterinarians must show caution when recommending nutritional supplements
Jul 1, 2011

What should practitioners consider when evaluating and recommending nutritional supplements for equine patients?

Congress introduces legislation to ban performance-enhancing drugs

If enacted, the Interstate Horseracing Improvement Act of 2011 woul impose fines for violations
Jul 1, 2011

Proposed new federal legislation call for the elimination of race-day drug usage in Thoroughbred horses.

Early detection and treatment of laryngeal neuropathy

A research grant investigating two diagnostic methods brings hope to affected horses
Jun 1, 2011

John Cheetham, VetMB, Dipl. ACVS, Department of Clinical Sciences, Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, has recently received a grant from the Grayson-Jockey Club Research Foundation to study recurrent laryngeal neuropathy in horses.

Radiation oncology for equine tumors

The current state of this therapeutic technique in horses
Jun 1, 2011

Radiation was first used on horses in 1906. Today, finer, more sophisticated therapeutic techniques, procedures and equipment can be used to treat the relatively uncommon tumors in horses.

AAEP white paper offers guidance on approval process for medical devices

May 1, 2011

While this document does not address equipment such as syringes, needles and radiographic units, it does focus on devices marketed in the liquid form, for use exclusively within veterinary medicine.

Iris scan technology for horses

This revolutionary identification system may be coming soon to a horse paddock near you
Apr 1, 2011

This revolutionary identification system may be coming soon to a horse paddock near you

Prognosis for colic in geriatric horses

Age alone does not dictate survival rates, studies show
Mar 1, 2011

Although it might seem logical that geriatric horses would show decreased survival rates compared with younger, mature horses, recent studies show this may not be the case.

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