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*  Horse colic
"High" nucleated cell counts (15,000-800,000 cells/microliter depending on the disease present) occur with horses with ... Miniature horses, and donkeys, and usually occur in horses older than four years of age. Horses with enteroliths typically have ... Horses that are not treated, or treated too late after the onset of clinical signs, are at risk of death. Horses should not be ... Small intestinal volvulus often occurs secondary to another disease process in adult horses, where small intestinal obstruction ...
*  Horse hoof
Laminitis and navicular disease are two of the most serious. Thrush and white line disease, common bacterial infections, can ... A common example of the feral horse type is the Mustang. The Mustang is, in part, descended from the Iberian horses brought to ... The phrase "no hoof, no horse" underlines how much the health and the strength of the hoof is crucial for horse soundness. Both ... A stone bruise affects the sole of the horse's foot. It is often caused by a horse treading on a stone or sharp type of object ...
*  Theiler's disease
Measuring levels of virus in the originally infected horses has shown that the disease can become chronic, with some horses ... This disease was described in 1919 by Arnold Theiler, a South African veterinary surgeon, after vaccinating horses against ... ISBN 978-1-4557-0892-5. Ed Yong (18 March 2013). "Distinctive virus behind mystery horse disease". Nature. Retrieved 11 ... Horses are rarely hypoglycemic, but blood glucose monitoring is ideal to indicate which horses may be benefited by glucose ...
*  Racehorse injuries
"Horse Disease". Wowhorses.com. Retrieved 2011-06-23. "2009 Membership Equine Research Study" (PDF). AAEP Foundation. 2009. ... Many aspects to the sport pose serious risk to horses, and it harms horses at a rate far above that of flat racing. In 1991, an ... As horses become older, the cannon bone becomes stiffer and thus bucked shins rarely occur again. Approximately 12% of horses ... Feeling no pain, an injured horse on drugs may continue to charge down the track, endangering every horse and jockey in the ...
*  Thomas Blundeville
The Order of Dietynge of Horses, etc. - The Order of Curing Horses Diseases ... With the true art of paring & shooing al maner ... His book on horsemanship, The arte of ryding and breakinge greate horses, was published about 1560 and is the first work on ... and is directed towards the use of horses in war. He followed it with The fower chiefyst offices belonging to Horsemanshippe ( ...
*  Birdsville
... disease is an illness observed in horses, caused by eating the native plant Birdsville indigo (Indigofera linnaei) ... "HORSE DISEASE TRACED TO NATIVE PLANT". The Advertiser. Adelaide: National Library of Australia. 26 May 1950. p. 5. Retrieved 11 ... Mildly affected horses can recover with a regime of drenching with gelatine and feeding a diet high in arginine but euthanasia ... While there were many theories about the cause of the disease including plants, worms and sunstroke, it was not until 1950 that ...
*  Bluetongue disease
African Horse Sickness - Clinical Findings and Lesions, The Merck Veterinary Manual. Introduction to disease in The Merck ... "Lethal horse disease knocking on Europe's door" (Press release). Horsetalk.co.nz. 2007-03-28. Retrieved 2007-03-27. "Bluetongue ... Handbook of Animal Diseases in the Tropics, 1976. ISBN 0-901028-10-X Jensen, R. and Swift, B.L. Diseases of Sheep, Lea and ... African horse sickness is related to Bluetongue and is spread by the same midges (Culicoides species). It can kill the horses ...
*  Equine influenza
Horses and disease in a nation in motion." New York History (1998) 79#1 pp: 4-22. "The Horse Plague: Fifteen Thousand Horses in ... Equine influenza (horse flu) is the disease caused by strains of influenza A that are enzootic in horse species. Equine ... Fifteen Thousand Horses in this City Unfit for Use." The New York Times 25 Oct. 1872 "The Terrible Horse Disease." The New York ... Horses and disease in a nation in motion." Judson, "History and Course of the Epizoötic among Horses upon the North American ...
*  Middelburg virus
"Horses & Diseases: Middelburg Virus in Horses". Horses & Diseases. Retrieved 2017-11-01. Attoui, Houssam; Sailleau, Corinne; ... "Sindbis and Middelburg Old World Alphaviruses Associated with Neurologic Disease in Horses, South Africa". Emerging Infectious ... There is research suggesting that MIDV might cause neurologic disease. Some signs of the neurologic disease are: ataxia, ... isolated from the spleen of a horse with severe clinical disease in Zimbabwe". Journal of General Virology. 88 (11): 3078-3088 ...
*  Equine encephalitis
... is a family of horse diseases that also affect humans. Encephalitis is an inflammation of the brain. ...
*  Osteochondritis dissecans
Geor, RJ; Kobluk CN; Ames TR (1995). The Horse: Diseases and Clinical Management. Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders. ISBN 0-443- ... OCD can be difficult to diagnose because these symptoms are found with other diseases. However, the disease can be confirmed by ... and is of particular concern in horses, as there may be a hereditary component in some horse breeds. Feeding for forced growth ... The disease progresses rapidly beyond stage II, as OCD lesions quickly move from stable cysts or fissures to unstable fragments ...
*  African horse sickness
... (AHS) is a highly infectious and deadly disease. It commonly affects horses, mules, and donkeys. It is ... To prevent this disease, the affected horses are usually slaughtered, and the uninfected horses are vaccinated against the ... Dogs usually contract the disease by eating infected horse meat, but there has been a recent report of the disease occurring in ... Mild or horse sickness fever form Mild to subclinical disease is seen in zebras and African donkeys. Infected animals may have ...
*  Canning Stock Route
Kimberley Horse) Disease Archived 19 March 2011 at the Wayback Machine. "Brumbies For Kimberleys; A Long Trek". The West ... Including horse drives there have been only 37 recorded drives between 1910 and the last run in 1959. In the 1950s horses ... The first few droves were of small groups of horses - the first started out with 42 horses of which only nine survived the ... Wally Dowling, a drover who had made nine droves along the stock route took what was probably the last group of horses ...
*  Surra
An acute form of the disease, which is generally fatal unless treated, occurs in horses, donkeys, mules, cattle, buffalo, deer ... and Panama horse disease. Mal de caderas was sometimes used for rabies as well, but most commonly refers to surra. Mal de ... Because so many horses sickened and died from surra, people in eastern Bolivia from this point on were occasionally known to ... The disease is caused by protozoan trypanosomes, specifically Trypanosoma evansi, of several species which infect the blood of ...
*  DMOZ - Health: Animal: Mammals: Equine: Conditions and Diseases
This category incorporates all the sites that are specific to internal and external equine diseases and ailments. ... Horse Diseases In depth information on the causes, signs and treatment of the major disease of the horse with emergency care ... Horse Disease Information The U. S. Department of Agriculture provides information on the common diseases of the horse with ... African Horse Sickness Information on this disease, its transmission and spread, its clinical signs and what is being done to ...
*  Crotalaria novae-hollandiae
In earlier feeding trials with horses, consumption led to deaths and symptoms typical of Kimberley Horse Disease, also known as ... Additional damage can be done to the liver and lungs and cause dummy syndrome in horses and cattle Petheram, R. J. (2003). ... The plant contains toxic elements that are potentially dangerous to horses and other farm animals. ...
*  Ageratina adenophora
Ongoing consumption of crofton weed by horses leads to chronic lung disease, known as Numinbah Horse Sickness or Tallebudgera ... It is toxic to horses, who develop respiratory disease after eating it. Ageratina adenophora is known by many common names, ... Horse Disease in northern New South Wales and Queensland. Outbreaks occurred in Hawaii in the 1920s, and subsequently in ... There are reports of farms losing all their horses to the condition. It is typified by impaired ability to work or exercise and ...
*  Equine infectious anemia
Such a horse can still pass on the disease. According to most veterinarians, horses diagnosed EIA positive usually do not show ... EIA-positive horses are infected for life. Options for the horse include sending the horse to a recognized research facility, ... branding the horse and quarantining it at least 200 yards from other horses for the rest of its life, and euthanizing the horse ... The risk of transmitting the disease is greatest when an infected horse is ill, as the blood levels of the virus are then ...
*  Invasive species in the United States
It causes chewing disease in horses. Tansy ragwort: native to Eurasia. All parts are poisonous, it causes liver damage to ... It causes death and chewing disease in horses. Yellow toadflax: native to Europe. It contains a poisonous glucoside that may be ... diseases, and potentially invasive species. APHIS also enforces bans against interstate transport of pests, diseases, and ... It has a milky latex in all its parts that can produce blisters and dermatitis in humans, cattle, and horses and may cause ...
*  Alexandre Liautard
Lameness of horses and diseases of the lococomotive apparatus W.R. Jenkins ed., New York, 1888. Re-editions in 1890 and 1897. ... Vet.(Lyon et Toulouse), 1977, 128 (7) Ann Norton Greene : Horses at Work : Horses as industrial workers in the book "Horses at ... Horses were extremely important in towns at that time, due to the use of horse-drawn vehicles. The end of the 19th century ... Many « horse doctors » were simply farriers. It was in this context that Liautard was able to establish himself in New York, ...
*  Monkeys in Chinese culture
In this way, horses will not be attacked by disease. So it is colloquially called Maliu ([馬留] meaning "maintaining the horses ... "To treat infectious diseases in horses. A female monkey kept in the stable of a horse is most effective. The menstrual fluid [ ... 400) notes, "The menstrual discharge of the monkey [猴經] is said to give immunity to the horse against infectious disease", and ... houjing 猴經] shed on to the straw is eaten by the horse and the latter gets a lasting immunity against infectious disease." The ...
*  Fumonisin B1
Leukoenchephalomalacia (ELEM) is a neurotoxic disease of horses. Outbreaks of this disease in the 20th century resulted in a ... While the acute toxicity of fumonisin is low, it is the known cause of two diseases which occur in domestic animals with rapid ... Both of these diseases involve disturbed sphingolipid metabolism and cardiovascular dysfunction. In 1970, an outbreak of ... Soon they found experimentally that F.verticillioides caused ELEM in horses and porcine pulmonary edema in pigs. It was found ...
*  Guttural pouch
Rush, Bonnie, R. "Guttural Pouch Disease in Horses". Retrieved 2017-01-11 - via Merck Veterinary Manual. Perkins, Justin D.; ... Horses that experience dysphagia or other forms of nerve dysfunction as a result of GPM have a poorer prognosis that those who ... Due to the general inaccessibility of the pouches in horses, they can be an area of infection by fungi and bacteria, and these ... Arabian horse Equine respiratory system Cranial nerves Hyrax Perissodactyls Circle of Willis Pollock, P. J. (2007). "Diagnosis ...
*  Ascocarp
Example species are Apple scab (Venturia inaequalis) and the horse chestnut disease Guignardia aesculi. Basidiocarp Conidium " ...
*  Equine encephalosis virus
In 2009, the outbreak of a febrile horse disease across Israel, later diagnosed as EEV, caused great concern primarily due to ... such as the African horse sickness virus. As with all vector-borne diseases, EEV is not transmissible from host-to-host, rather ... related to the African Horse Sickness Virus (AHSV) and the Bluetongue disease virus (BTV). First described in South Africa over ... Since then the disease has become both widespread and prevalent, taking on epidemic proportions in certain parts of the country ...
*  Phish in Hampton
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*  Flunixin
Joint disease in the horse. Philadelphia: WB Saunders, 1996;223-237. Soma, L R (11/01/1988). "Disposition and excretion of ... Clostridial myonecrosis in horses (37 cases 1985-2000). Equine Vet J 2003;35:86-92 FOREMAN, J. H. and RUEMMLER, R. (2011), ... In horses, this includes gastric ulcers, right dorsal colitis, and nephrotoxicity. Flunixin is a prohibited substance under ... POPOT, M. A., GARCIA, P. and BONNAIRE, Y. (2011), Doping control in horses: housing conditions and oral recycling of flunixin ...