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Abstract

Chronic pastern dermatitis predominantly affects draft horses, and this condition is characterized by hyperkeratotic-hyperplastic dermal alterations. Chronic pastern dermatitis resembles the acral-hemorrhagic phenotype of Darier-White disease in humans. The ATP2A2 gene has been shown to be...

Author(s)
Mömke, S.; Distl, O.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Cary, USA
Citation
Journal of Heredity, 2007, 98, 3, pp 267-271
Abstract

Chorioptes bovis infestation is a common cause of pastern dermatitis in the horse, with a predilection in draft horses and other horses with thick hair 'feathers' on the distal limbs. The treatment of this superficial mite is challenging; treatment failure and relapse are common. Furthermore, C....

Author(s)
Rüfenacht, S.; Roosje, P. J.; Sager, H.; Doherr, M. G.; Straub, R.; Goldinger-Müller, P.; Gerber, V.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2011, 22, 1, pp 17-23
Abstract

The skin of the feet of 37 heavy draught horses of different breeds showing verrucous pastern dermatitis was examined clinically. Included were the degree of severity of the disease and the prevalence of anatomically normal structures associated with the skin: fetlock tufts of hair (feathering),...

Author(s)
Geburek, F.; Deegen, E.; Hewicker-Trautwein, M.; Ohnesorge, B.
Publisher
Verlag M. & H. Schaper, Alfeld (Leine), Germany
Citation
Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 2005, 112, 7, pp 243-251
Abstract

Verrucous pastern dermatitis is a progressive inflammatory skin disease commonly involving the palmar or plantar aspects of the pasterns of horses. There are no reports of successful surgical treatment for multifocal circumscribed verrucous masses in the chronic stages of verrucous pastern ...

Author(s)
Poore, L. A. B.; Else, R. W.; Licka, T. L.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Veterinary Dermatology, 2012, 23, 1, pp 71-e17
Abstract

Verrucous pastern dermatitis is a chronic hyperplastic dermatopathy of the feet of horses which is characterized by a greasy, odorous coating of the skin and, in advanced stages, by clearly demarcated calluses and wart-like proliferations. The disease occurs almost exclusively in cold-blooded and...

Author(s)
Geburek, F.; Deegen, E.; Hewicker-Trautwein, M.; Ohnesorge, B.
Publisher
Verlag M. & H. Schaper, Alfeld (Leine), Germany
Citation
Deutsche Tierärztliche Wochenschrift, 2005, 112, 6, pp 211-214
Abstract

Chronic pastern dermatitis (CPD), also known as chronic progressive lymphedema (CPL), is a skin disease that affects draft horses. This disease causes painful lower-leg swelling, nodule formation, and skin ulceration, interfering with movement. The aim of this whole-genome scan was to identify...

Author(s)
Mittmann, E. H.; Mömke, S.; Distl, O.
Publisher
Springer-Verlag, New York, USA
Citation
Mammalian Genome, 2010, 21, 1/2, pp 95-103
CABI Book Chapter Info
Cover for Skin conditions.

This chapter covers the diverse skin conditions observed in working horses. Aids to diagnosis of skin diseases in the horse are given. Focus is given on mange mites, lice, ticks, other skin parasites, flying insects, urticarial reaction, eosinophilic granulomata, viral skin conditions, bacterial...

Author(s)
Duncanson, G. R.
ISBN
2010 CABI (H ISBN 9781845936556)
Type
Book chapter
Abstract

Author(s)
Ferraro, G. L.
Publisher
William E Jones, Wildomar, USA
Citation
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2001, 21, 11, pp 524-538
Abstract

Two draught horses with chronic pastern dermatitis and unguilysis (canker) were successfully treated by clipping, washing the affected area with ammonium alkyl ethoxylate sulfate (Orvus) and benzoyl peroxide shampoo (Pyoben), and daily applications of an ointment containing gentamicin, clotrimazole ...

Author(s)
English, M.; Pollen, S.
Citation
Equine Practice, 1995, 17, 8, pp 25-30

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