Equine Laminitis

James K. Belknap, Raymond J. Geor
John Wiley & Sons, 30 janv. 2017 - 472 pages

The first book dedicated to this common, serious, and complex equine disease, Equine Laminitis is the gold-standard reference to the latest information on every aspect of the disease and its treatment.

  • Provides the first book devoted specifically to equine laminitis
  • Discusses the current state of knowledge on all aspects of the disease, including its history, relevant anatomical considerations, pathophysiology, the diagnostic workup, and clinical treatment
  • Presents 50 chapters written by leading international experts, under the editorship of the foremost authority on equine laminitis
  • Offers a thorough understanding of this common affliction, grounded in the scientific literature
  • Describes effective prevention and treatment plans


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Table des matières

Supporting Limb Laminitis 210 Displacement of the Distal Phalanx 360
Diagnostic Evaluation of Equine Displacement of the Distal Phalanx 364 Andrew H Parks
12 The Role of Thrombosis and Coagulation
Equine Laminitis 82 Simon R Bailey
Anatomy and Function of the Equine Digit 13 16 Endocrine and Metabolic Dysregulation
Role of Corticosteroids
Starch in Laminitis Role of the Cytoskeleton and Cell
Oligofructose 20 Structural Dynamics of Displacement of the Distal
Hemodynamic Events in Laminitis 75 22 SepsisRelated Laminitis 191 Susan C Eades
Detailed Physical Examination for Laminitis
Medical Treatment of
Vasoactive Drug Therapy
Analgesia 291 47 Overview of Laminitis Prevention
Equine Sepsis 316 49 Prevention of SepsisRelated Laminitis
Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction 334 Pat Harris
Droits d'auteur

21 General Clinical Aspects of the Laminitis Case

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À propos de l'auteur (2017)

James K. Belknap, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVS, is Professor of Equine Surgery in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, USA. He runs a research laboratory studying the pathophysiology of equine laminitis, and works closely with the Certified Journeyman Farrier, Todd Adams, on podiatry cases including equine laminitis cases.

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