Nodular skin disease is common in horses! Although there are many different types of nodules that affect the skin, some specific conditions predominate.
The most basic principle behind the investigation of an affected case is to try to establish the diagnosis – many of the conditions look very similar but their therapeutic requirements are very different. What works for one may harm another so the diagnosis is clearly critical.
- Recognise the importance of a clinical assessment of any mass so that proper clinically relevant diagnostic measures can be taken safel
- To recognise the range of neoplastic and non-neoplastic masses that affect the skin of the hors
- To appreciate the range of therapeutic methods that can be applied and the importance careful selection
Professor Derek Knottenbelt, Equine Medical Solutions
Running time: 54 minutes.
Part of BVA / BEVA equine stream at London Vet Show 2016.
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