By Tim S. Mair, Thomas J. Divers
A scientific color evaluation masking all elements of equine inner drugs. It contains neurology, cardiology, breathing sickness, gastroenterology, urology, infectious illnesses, parasitology, haematology, oncology, endrocrinology, copy, dermatology, ophthalmology and scientific food, in foals and grownup horses. The instances seem in random order, simply as they'd in perform, and are offered as self-assessment difficulties comprising built-in questions, illustrations and distinct causes designed to teach in addition to to supply solutions. the color evaluate will entice candi. Read more...
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How would you treat this horse? iii. Which plasma electrolyte changes do you expect in the horse after bilateral adrenalectomy, and what is the most important complication of this operation? iv. Where is cortisol produced and which factors inﬂuence it? v. Is steroid hepatopathy common in equine Cushing’s disease? vi. Which pituitary pathology is associated with a history of fever and nasal discharge prior to acute neurological disease? 66 List the common causes of haemolytic anaemia in the horse.
In the past few weeks a number of the young horses on this large farm have had bilateral purulent nasal discharge, fever and submandibular lymphadenopathy. Only this foal (54) has the large swelling just caudal to the ramus of the mandible. i. What is the likely diagnosis? ii. What is the aetiology of this condition? iii. How would you treat this foal? 54 55 An eight-year-old Quarterhorse (55) was examined for acute onset of head tilt to the left, muzzle pulled to the right and difﬁculty maintaining balance, which rapidly led to recumbency and torticollis.
When are you going to scan her for pregnancy (see 48)? 58a 58b 58 When one studies the hemisected brain of this nine-year-old, essentially clinically normal horse, the dark triangular tissue mass (58a) in both lateral ventricles contains a smaller clump of 1mm, pale yellow globules (58b). i. What are these structures called (both the yellow globules and the larger structures they are in)? ii. What is their clinical signiﬁcance at this stage or later? 49 56–58: Answers 56 Calciﬁc keratopathy. This is a degenerative condition of the central cornea that occurs in some horses that have suffered from multiple uveitis episodes.
Equine Internal Medicine : Self Assessment Colour Review by Tim S. Mair, Thomas J. Divers