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Equine Veterinary Journal Podcasts
By John Wiley & Sons
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By John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Episodes (Total: 10)
Oct. 10, 2017 · 00:20:43
In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Fernando Malalana discusses their paper, entitled 'The role of Leptospira app. in horses affected with recurrent uveitis in the UK' and Sarah Ross discusses their paper 'Prevalence of headshaking within the equine population in the UK'.
Aug. 7, 2017 · 00:28:59
In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Dee Pollard discusses their paper, entitled ‘Assessment of horse owners’ ability to recognise equine laminitis: A cross-sectional study of 93 veterinary diagnosed cases in Great Britain’ and James Carmalt discusses their paper ‘The association between oral examination findings and computed tomographic appearance of the equine temporomandibular joint’.
June 20, 2017 · 00:36:08
In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Stephanie Valberg discusses their paper, entitled Clinical and histopathological features of myofibrillar myopathy in Warmblood horses’ and Siv Hanche-Olsen discusses their paper ‘Long-term follow-up of Norwegian horses affected with acquired equine polyneuropathy’.  
March 30, 2017 · 00:35:34
In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Debbie Archer discusses their paper, entitled 'Factors associated with survival of horses following relaparotomy’ and Annalies Decloedt discusses their paper 'Right ventricular function during acute exacerbation of severe equine asthma’.
Feb. 2, 2017 · 00:29:50
In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Chris Riggs discusses their paper, entitled ' Improved radiological diagnosis of palmar osteochondral disease in the Thoroughbred racehorse’ and Jenny Bauquier discusses their paper ' Evidence for marsh mallow (Malva parviflora) toxicosis causing myocardial disease and myopathy in four horses’.
Feb. 2, 2017 · 00:29:50
In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Chris Riggs discusses their paper, entitled ‘ Improved radiological diagnosis of palmar osteochondral disease in the Thoroughbred racehorse’ and Jenny Bauquier discusses their paper ‘ Evidence for marsh mallow (Malva parviflora) toxicosis causing myocardial disease and myopathy in four horses’.
Nov. 29, 2016 · 00:34:07
In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Chris Sanchez discusses their paper, entitled 'Factors associated with outcome in 94 hospitalised foals diagnosed with neonatal encephalopathy' and Ben Sykes discusses their paper 'The effects of dose and diet on the pharmacodynamics of omeprazole in the horse'.
Oct. 3, 2016 · 00:46:14
In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Tim Parkin discusses their paper, entitled 'Can we use subchondral bone thickness on high-field magnetic resonance images to identify Thoroughbred racehorses at risk of catastrophic lateral condylar fracture?' and Sarah Plevin discusses their paper 'Association between sesamoiditis, subclinical ultrasonographic suspensory ligament branch change and subsequent clinical injury in yearling Thoroughbreds'. These papers have been made free to access for 3 months.
Aug. 12, 2016 · 00:23:43
In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Jonathon Cheetham discusses their paper, entitled 'Transoesophageal ultrasound and computer tomographic assessment of the equine cricoarytenoid dorsalis muscle: Relationship between muscle geometry and exercising laryngeal function' and Isabelle Kern discusses their paper 'Bacteraemia before, during and after tooth extraction in horses in the absence of antimicrobial administration'. These papers have been made free to access for 3 months.
June 1, 2016 · 00:30:19
In this edition of the EVJ podcast, Jonathon Cheetham discusses their paper, entitled 'Transoesophageal ultrasound and computer tomographic assessment of the equine cricoarytenoid dorsalis muscle: Relationship between muscle geometry and exercising laryngeal function' and Michela Bullone discusses their paper 'Environmental heat and airborne pollen concentration are associated with increased asthma severity in horses'. These papers have been made free to access for 3 months.
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