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Infectious Diseases Infectious Diseases –Broadly categorized as Parasitic Parasitic Bacterial Bacterial Viral Viral Non-infectious diseases Non-infectious diseases –Environmental –Nutritional –genetic
Respiratory Diseases Caused by bacterial or viral agents, anatomical problems, allergic responses, or combination Caused by bacterial or viral agents, anatomical problems, allergic responses, or combination Sinusitis Sinusitis –Sinuses become inflamed –Rarely contagious Palate Elongation Palate Elongation
Respiratory Diseases Bleeders Bleeders –Pulmonary hemorrhage –Seen frequently in racehorses –Choking or difficulty obtaining air Heaves Heaves –Allergic equine respiratory diseases Rhinopnemonitis Rhinopnemonitis –Herpesvirus –Especially in foals
Respiratory Diseases Influenza Influenza Pinkeye Pinkeye Strangles Strangles Pleuropneumonia Pleuropneumonia Abcess pneumonia Abcess pneumonia
Digestive Diseases Choke Choke Colic Colic –Abdominal Pain –Stops eating and drinking Potomac Horse Fever Potomac Horse Fever –Caused by bacterium, Ehrlica risticii –Antibiotics are effective
Other Common Diseases Tetanus Tetanus –Lockjaw –Due to suffocation –Starvation –Dehydration Botulism Botulism Sleeping Sickness Sleeping Sickness Vesicular Stomatitis Vesicular Stomatitis
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