Peritonitis: Not Always A Secondary Condition

Peritonitis is a painful inflammation of peritoneum, the tissue that lines the abdomen and supports most abdominal organs. Often seen as a complication in horses that have had abdominal surgery, a ruptured bowel or injury to the abdominal cavity, if left untreated it can lead to organ failure and death. Though often associated with prolonged […]

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Antibiotic Injection Promising Additional Treatment For Uveitis

Equine recurrent uveitis (ERU) is an intermittent disease that is immune mediated. It causes inflammation in the eye on occasion, with periods of no inflammation or low-grade inflammation in between acute episodes. The goal of ERU treatment is to reduce eye inflammation, preserve vision and reduce or eliminate pain. Current treatment involves immunosuppression and anti-inflammatories. […]

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