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BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
  1. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    The thoracolumbar spine and sacroiliac joint region are common sources of pain in horses, which can negatively impact performance and welfare. In this session the approach to evaluation and management ...
  2. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    Laminitis is now considered to be a clinical syndrome associated with systemic disease (sepsis or systemic inflammatory response syndrome [SIRS] or endocrine disease) or altered weight bearing rather ...
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    Chronic joint disease is commonly encountered in equine practice and across the disciplines of horse sport. This talk will address the potential management techniques that have been employed and where ...
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RVC Equine 1
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    Gait assessment plays a large role in evaluation of horses with a complaint of poor performance, lameness, stumbling or possible incoordination. Lameness is frequently defined as an alteration in a ho ...
  4. RVC Equine 1
    Diseases of the cervical spine have a wide variety of clinical signs including neurologic signs, neck pain, and forelimb lameness. Radiography and ultrasonography are wildly used to specify the cause, ...
  5. RVC Equine 1
    Head shaking also known as idiopathic headshaking or trigeminal-mediated headshaking is a condition that can affect up to 1% of the equine population. Affected horses usually present a vertical moveme ...
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RVC Equine 2
  1. RVC Equine 2
    There is no doubt that the equine back presents a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge for all equine practitioners. Back pain is caused by a variety of problems, which are usually multi-factorial and ...
  2. RVC Equine 2
    Back disorders and back pain can affect performance negatively in athletic and pleasure horses. Various aetiology have been proposed including primary back pain (soft tissue disorder, vertebral lesion ...
  3. RVC Equine 2
    in this interactive lecture the pros and cons of the application of different imaging modalities available for the equine back will be highlighted including a cost-benefit analysis. The correct choice ...
  4. RVC Equine 2
    Accurate diagnosis in cases of upper respiratory tract obstruction is of paramount importance for the success of any subsequent treatment. As with all branches of veterinary medicine much information ...
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BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
  1. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
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    This presentation will focus on why horses make a noise at exercise and it will also focus on which diseases make certain noises. It will touch on the use of sound analysis to help understand this but ...
  3. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    The speaker is an equine veterinary surgeon currently working for the Veterinary Defence Society as a claims consultant.None of us make the correct decisions all of the time but most times we get away ...
  4. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    This presentation will cover common conditions encountered in the neonatal and older foal, decision making with respect to which cases can be managed on farm and useful equipment to have in your car/ ...
  5. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    Difficulties with the practical implementation of biosecurity practices on equestrian premises can result in poor owner compliance with biosecurity advice. Alternatively, poor comprehension of the key ...
  6. BVA/BEVA Equine Theatre
    • An overview of UK endemic diseases including viral (equine herpes virus -1/-4, equine influenza) and bacterial (Streptococcus equi) – Their presentation, approach to diagnosis, control in an outbrea ...
RVC Equine 1
  1. RVC Equine 1
    Equine metabolic syndrome (EMS) is a widely recognised collection of risk factors for endocrinopathic laminitis. The most important of these risk factors is insulin dysregulation (ID). Clinicians and ...
  2. RVC Equine 1
    The term ‘obesity’ refers to excessive adipose tissue and its detrimental effect on health. In horses, as in humans, these effects are potentially life threatening. Despite this, it appears that the p ...
  3. RVC Equine 1
    ACTH is useful for the diagnosis of PPID but has important limitations. The association between clinical signs and ACTH is relatively poor and ACTH alone is not a good indicator of laminitis risk. The ...
  4. RVC Equine 1
    When you hear hoof beats do you think of horses or zebras? When most equine veterinarians think of endocrinopathies they think of pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction and equine metabolic syndrome. O ...
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    With the increase in international transport of horses, climate change, and the discovery of Schmallenberg virus in Britain in 2012, it appears ever more likely that an outbreak of exotic, vector-born ...
RVC Equine 2
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    Bacterial infections of joints, tendon sheaths or bursae are considered to be life-threatening or career-ending conditions in the horse that can result in severe and irreversible damage to the articul ...
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    Acupuncture research progress from around the world is replacing outdated and often incompetent interpretations of traditional medical constructs with modern medically relevant concepts. Many major me ...
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    This presentation will take on the format of an interactive case discussion using the Turning Point voting system based around unusual lameness cases to illustrate diagnostic challenges but also some ...

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