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We report the results of a symposium aimed at identifying validated biomarkers that can be used to complement clinical observations for diagnosis and prognosis of joint injury leading to equine osteoarthritis (OA). Biomarkers might also predict pre-fracture change that could lead to catastrophic...

Author(s)
McIlwraith, C. W.; Kawcak, C. E.; Frisbie, D. D.; Little, C. B.; Clegg, P. D.; Peffers, M. J.; Karsdal, M. A.; Ekman, S.; Laverty, S.; Slayden, R. A.; Sandell, L. J.; Lohmander, L. S.; Kraus, V. B.
Publisher
Wiley, Hoboken, USA
Citation
Journal of Orthopaedic Research, 2018, 36, 3, pp 823-831
Abstract

Heterotopic ossification (HO) is a rare condition characterized by abnormal bone production in soft tissue. Very few cases of HO have been reported in animals (e.g., dogs and horses) and this disease process is often a consequence of a traumatic incident. A 5-year-old, male European ferret (Mustela ...

Author(s)
Tecilla, M.; Bielli, M.; Savarino, P.; Roccabianca, P.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Exotic Pet Medicine, 2018, 27, 2, pp 108-112
Abstract

It is not uncommon for equine vets to be asked to examine a horse which is exhibiting headshaking. This article covers my approach to reaching a diagnosis in these cases. I find that trigeminal-mediated headshaking is often the definitive diagnosis, and the article covers the current published...

Author(s)
Roberts, V.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
In Practice, 2018, 40, 4, pp 157-161
Abstract

Background: Abnormal and stereotypic behaviors in horses have been widely studied around the world and different epidemiological situations have been described for behavioral disturbances. Objective: To determine the frequency of abnormal and stereotypic behaviors in a population of police...

Author(s)
Zuluaga, A. M.; Mira, A.; Sánchez, J. L.; Martínez A., J. R.
Publisher
Universidad de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia
Citation
Revista Colombiana de Ciencias Pecuarias, 2018, 31, 1, pp 17-25
Abstract

Reason for performing study: Headshaking in horses has been reported to be most commonly due to idiopathic neuropathic facial pain (trigeminal-mediated headshaking). The prevalence of headshaking in horses in the UK is unknown. Objectives: To estimate owner-reported prevalence of headshaking in...

Author(s)
Ross, S. E.; Murray, J. K.; Roberts, V. L. H.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 2018, 50, 1, pp 73-78
Abstract

Headshaking is a threat to the welfare of affected horses. As seasonal headshaking may be triggered by allergic conditions, this clinical trial investigated whether the second-generation antihistamine cetirizine decreased headshaking. The objective was to assess the clinical effect of cetirizine...

Author(s)
Brom-Spierenburg, A. van den; Mesu, S. J.; Westermann, C. M.
Publisher
Hippiatrika Verlag GmbH, Baden-Baden, Germany
Citation
Pferdeheilkunde, 2018, 34, 2, pp 135-140
Abstract

There is evidence that more than 47% of the sports horse population in normal work may be lame, but the lameness is not recognized by owners or trainers. An alternative means of detecting pain may be recognition of behavioral changes in ridden horses. It has been demonstrated that there are...

Author(s)
Dyson, S.; Berger, J.; Ellis, A. D.; Mullard, J.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research, 2018, 23, pp 47-57
Abstract

Crib -biting is a repetitive and compulsive behavior that is characterized by "grasping a fixed object with incisor teeth and aspirating air with an audible grunt." Little is known about etiology and pathophysiology of crib -biting behavior in horses. Previously, we have shown that oxidative stress ...

Author(s)
Omidi, A.; Jafari, R.; Nazifi, S.; Parker, M. O.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Behavior: Clinical Applications and Research, 2018, 23, pp 10-14
Abstract

The temporal distribution of feeding behaviour is of primary importance in grazing herbivores. Many domestic horses are managed under conditions far removed from the natural environment. For example, restricted access to roughage may induce health problems such as gastric ulceration, but also be a...

Author(s)
Rochais, C.; Henry, S.; Hausberger, M.
Publisher
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 2018, 198, pp 52-59
AbstractFull Text

In our country, the riding style of Western riding is becoming increasingly popular over the last 10 years. The Hungarian Equestrian Association officially recognized the Western Discipline in 2000 (Pető Zoltán, personal communication). The most popular breed of western riding is the quarter horse...

Author(s)
Meinhardt, S.; Horvainé, S. M.; Tóthné, M. K.
Publisher
Szent István University, Gödöllő, Hungary
Citation
Animal Welfare, Ethology and Housing Systems, 2017, 13, 1, pp 25-30

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