Though the equine species in general excretes urine with high mineral
content, especially calcium carbonate, and despite a normally alkaline urine
pH, which tends to favor formation of urinary tract stones, equine urinary
tract lithiasis is relatively uncommon.
Lexington, Ky.-While mare reproductive loss syndrome (MRLS) was swiftly becoming a household word in Kentucky last spring, animal practitioners in central Kentucky were also reporting an influx in the number of cases of pericarditis