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Background: Information is needed to guide sport administrators in formulating rules for equipment use in competitions. Objectives: To seek associations between spurs, bits, nosebands and whips with injuries in horses during competitions in four equestrian sports. Study Design: Cross sectional...

Author(s)
Uldahl, M.; Clayton, H. M.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 2019, 51, 2, pp 154-162
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The objectives of the present study are to describe the clinical and epidemiological aspects of coffee (Coffea canephora) poisoning in horses in northern Espírito Santo, Brazil. Two horses from northern Espírito Santo presented with clinical signs of excessive sweating, reluctance to enter the...

Author(s)
Benezoli, A. Z.; Gonçalves, S. P.; Rondon, D. A.; Moscon, L. A.; Schild, A. L.; Monteiro, B. S.; Riet-Correa, F.; Marcolongo-Pereira, C.
Publisher
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Faculdade de Veterinária, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Citation
Acta Scientiae Veterinariae, 2019, 47, Supplement,
Abstract

This article describes the surgical treatment, postoperative care and prognosis of lips, nose and tongue wounds in horses.

Author(s)
Manneveau, G.; Robert, M.
Publisher
NÉVA Europarc, Créteil, France
Citation
Le Nouveau Praticien Vétérinaire - Équine, 2017, 12, 43, pp 18-22
Abstract

Oral lesions in the bit area are common in horses, but not comprehensively studied in harness racing horses. This study describes the type and occurrence of oral soft tissue lesions in the area affected by the bit, hereafter called the bit area, in trotters after a race. Based on our results, we...

Author(s)
Tuomola, K.; Mäki-Kihniä, N.; Kujala-Wirth, M.; Mykkänen, A.; Valros, A.
Publisher
Frontiers Media S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland
Citation
Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 2019, 6, July, pp 206
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One of the reasons of weight loss and poor performance in horses is decrease in food intake. Oral cavity problems can cause malfunctions in prehension and deglutition resulting in dysphagia. There are few published reports about a metallic foreign body disorders in the oral cavity of horses due to...

Author(s)
Shahraki, A. R.; Raisi, A.
Publisher
Urmia University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Urmia, Iran
Citation
Veterinary Research Forum, 2019, 10, 2, pp 177-179
Abstract

Bit and bridle accessories improperly fitted in ridden horses can cause oral trauma such as bone spurs, commissure ulceration, and tongue lacerations. This study was used to identify, grade, and compare the types of oral traumas commonly found within polo ponies and race horses. Injuries were...

Author(s)
Mata, F.; Johnson, C.; Bishop, C.
Publisher
Routledge, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 2015, 18, 3, pp 259-268
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Background: Oral lesions related to the use of the bit and bridle are reported to be common findings in horses worldwide and represent an important animal welfare issue. In order to provide an overview of bit-related lesions in Icelandic competition horses, a field examination of the rostral part...

Author(s)
Björnsdóttir, S.; Frey, R.; Kristjansson, T.; Lundström, T.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica, 2014, 56, 40, pp (13 August 2014)
Abstract

A 4-year-old Thoroughbred gelding was referred to Chonbuk National University Animal Medical Center with inability to blink and drooping lower lip on the right side after traumatic accident. Through clinical examination, the horse was diagnosed as right-sided facial nerve paralysis. Acupuncture...

Author(s)
Jeong HyeunSeok; Kim NamSoo; Kim MinSu
Publisher
Korean Society of Veterinary Clinics, Seoul, Korea Republic
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Clinics, 2015, 32, 1, pp 105-107
Abstract

Physical trauma, dietary factors, toxins, immune-mediated disorders, and viral infections are known causes of equine stomatitis. There are also few reports of grass awn-associated stomatitis in horses. Movement of 323 horses was restricted at a Hungarian racetrack because of a suspected vesicular...

Author(s)
Kutasi, O.; Andrasofszky, E.; Szenci, O.; Bersenyi, A.; Siller, I.; Abonyi, T.
Publisher
Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Livestock Science, 2018, 215, pp 41-45
Abstract

Injuries to the head are common and can result in a significant loss of function if a vital structure is involved. The head is highly prominent, so cosmetic repair of a wound to the head is often important esthetically and may help retain the horse's resale value. Injuries to the head generally...

Author(s)
Barber, S.; Stashak, T. S.
Publisher
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK
Citation
Equine wound management, 2016, Ed. 3, pp 231-279

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