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Article published the June 12, 2018:

Our Next Global Health Crisis: Zika Virus Disease and Its Implication on Animals

  1. Background Zika virus disease or Zika is a disease caused by Zika virus that is spread to people primarily through the bite of an infected Aedes species mosquito. The most common or prominent sy...
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Alemayehu Worku Babu
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Article published the October 17, 2017:

Effect of T.Congolense on Haematological Parameters in Experimentally Infected Donkeys

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Dr. Samuel Uchenna Felix
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Article published the May 24, 2012:

Clinical and epidemiological studies in treatment of Equinelukoencephalomalcia mules in Jumla district of Nepal

History: Jumla DLSO reported the death of the periodic total 31 adult mules With symptoms as abnormal behavior, aggression, changing habits, misalignment proprioception, abnormal pupillary response to light, a...
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Dr. Karki Kedar
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Article published the May 9, 2012:

First isolation of equine herpesvirus type 1 from a horse with neurological disease in Brazil

ABSTRACT This report describes the first Brazilian equine herpesvirus type 1 (EHV-1) isolation from a single fatal equine herpes myeloencephalopathy case in a mare. The isolation of EHV-1 was confirmed from t...
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M.C.C.S.H. Lara
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Article published the December 30, 2011:

Fasting insulin status and osteochondritis dissecans in Thoroughbred yearlings

Insulin resistance in horses is a complex pathophysiological condition that appears to underlie several chronic conditions often encompassed by the term "equine metabolic syndrome", including laminitis, obesity...
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Bryden, W.L.Judy Cawdell-smith
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Article published the December 22, 2011:

Dietary protein level and glucose and insulin dynamics in mature geldings

Insulin resistance is becoming more prevalent among horses worldwide and is associated with a range of metabolic disturbances (Geor and Frank, 2009). Nutrition has a major impact on insulin kinetics and metabol...
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Bryden, W.L.Judy Cawdell-smith
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Article published the May 16, 2011:

Assessing the effectiveness of an antiparasitic oral containing doramectin (doraQuest l.a. ®) for the control of parasites in horses

ABSTRACT We evaluated the efficacy and residual load of an antiparasitic oral in gel (doraQuest l.a.® ) based on doramectina composition is 1.75% (w/w) in riding horses, for the control of gastrointe...
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Article published the May 11, 2011:

Equine Amnionitis and Foetal Loss: Placentitis following Exposure of Mares to Processionary Catepillars

Equine Amnionitis and Foetal Loss (EAFL) was first described in 2004 following an outbreak of abortions in mares that had an unusual and consistent pattern of clinical and pathological signs. Examination of rep...
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Bryden, W.L.Judy Cawdell-smithKristen Todhunter
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Article published the April 27, 2011:

Composting of animal carcasses. A safe and environmentally sound approach to take care of animal mortalities

Animal carcass composting for both routine and emergency management of food animal mortalities is a safe method of carcass disposal.{Berge, 2009 126 /id} It has been used in varying extent, depending on region ...
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Anna Catharina BergeDr.  Thomas D. Glanville
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Article published the July 3, 2009:

Dangers Associated with Flooded Pastures

In recent years, there have been multiple incidences of major floods in the Midwest of the US as a result of hurricanes and large storms. These floods pose a major risk to humans and animals alike. Horses in pa...
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