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This issue contains 14 papers. The coverage includes: the principles of antimicrobial therapy; new antimicrobials, systemic distribution and local methods of antimicrobial delivery in horses; prevention of postoperative infections in horses; surgical and traumatic wound infections, cellulitis and...

Author(s)
Southwood, L. L.
Publisher
W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Veterinary Clinics of North America, Equine Practice, 2006, 22, 2, pp i-xvi + 384 pp.
Abstract

Peritonitis was induced in 12 horses by median coeliotomy and 1 h of small intestinal ischaemia. Six horses had primary closure of the incision, whereas 6 had a plastic mesh sutured to the ventral abdominal wall leaving the abdomen open for ventral drainage. The mesh was removed after 5 days and...

Author(s)
Chase, J. P.; Beard, W. L.; Bertone, A. L.; Goltz, K.
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 1996, 25, 3, pp 189-194
Abstract

The case details of 8 mature horses with iatrogenic Grade 3b rectal tears that were treated at the Bell Equine Veterinary Clinic, UK for a period of 12 years (1986-97) were reviewed. The horses were treated by a combination of medical therapy and dietary manipulation. All of the horses developed...

Author(s)
Mair, T. S.
Publisher
Equine Veterinary Journal Ltd, Newmarket, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 2000, No. Suppl.32, pp 104-107
Abstract

In a 23-year-old Arabian mare with a 1-month history of recurrent colic and weight loss, results of abdominocentesis indicated lipid accumulation in the abdominal fluid due to chyle abdomen. The horse was killed and PM examination revealed subacute to chronic peritonitis with serosal fibrosis of...

Author(s)
Traub-Dargatz, J. L.; Schlipf, J. W., Jr.; Vap, L.; Ehrhart, E. J.
Citation
Veterinary Medicine, 1994, 89, 2, pp 100-104
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Author(s)
Byars, T. D.
Publisher
Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia, PA 19106-4198, USA
Citation
The equine acute abdomen., 1990, pp 403-418
Abstract

Gastrodiscus aegypticus is a trematode of peculiar shape and appearance, which reminds one of a small tortoise or a little mushroom without a stalk. It is found in the horse, ass and mule in three countries only-Egypt, Senegal and Guadeloupe. It was probably introduced into the last-named country...

Author(s)
NAINSOUTA.
Citation
Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire, 1921, 97, 11, pp 330-331
Abstract

The disease was first observed in 1918 when an outbreak occurred in a stud in Botochani, when 45 out of 100 horses had it and 40 died within a period of two months. Bacteriological examinations yielded negative results.
In June, 1921, the disease again came under observation among a number of ...

Author(s)
STOICESCO, G.
Citation
Archiva Veterinaria, 1921, 15, 6, pp 229-236 pp.
Abstract

In this article Dodd describes a condition which is very prevalent during certain seasons in Australia, but is not peculiar to that country. Reference has recently been made to it as it occurs in Morocco by VELU [see the following extract].
The incidence of the trouble in New South Wales varies...

Author(s)
DODD, Sydney
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics, 1919, 32, 2, pp 90-95 pp.

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