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Equine Protozoal Myeloencephalitis (EPM)

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STEVE: EPM or Equine Protozoal Myelitis is an infection that is picked up from the horse as an aberrant horse via manure or droppings by an opossum. Opossums tend to go across the grazed area. They picked it up due … Continue reading

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Shivers

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STEVE: Shivers are a hyperreflexia, meaning that when the hind limbs in particular, are brought up, they tend to constantly flex and extend, flex extend, flex, extend, repetitively. It’s a nervous disorder, the origin of which is not really well … Continue reading

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Headshaking

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STEVE: Head shaking can be due to a number of things. It could be, secondary to trauma, to somewhere on the head, could be some sort of problem with the eyes, a lot of horses that have systemic, you know, … Continue reading

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