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June 9, 2017
Equine Sarcoids: Stuck between a rock and a hard place. Sarcoids are known to be the most common skin tumour found in horses worldwide. The sarcoid is an aggressive fibroblastic tumour occurring in 6 recognisable forms, all of which have a high natural tendency for recurrence. IN SHORT, SARCOIDS ARE NASTY BUSINESS!! Sarcoids do not...
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Colic Ops – Not the End of the World! A Thoroughbred gelding presented for further investigation of colic. Suspect large colon displacement was diagnosed as a small amount of gas distension could be palpated within the large colon. All clinical parameters were normal on presentation. Food was gradually reintroduced when rectal examination was normal, however...
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