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Equine Exertional Rhabdomyolysis

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(care, thought). Welsh. The son of Pwyll, whom he succeeds in his lands. He is stolen away as a newborn infant by a nameless Fiend who, on a horse-thieving expedition, drops him once more into the world when it is struck a blow by the guardian of the horses....
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
Suggested "Field Trips" for Runic Study
I began this article after discussing with my colleagues just what the Runes mean and how one goes about studying them. I also remembered that my Rune teacher, Thorr Sheil, told me that he and HIS teacher went to a dairy farm while they were studying the Rune...
Divination >> Rune Stones

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Equine Tying Up Syndrome
However, there are times when a horse ties up repeatedly for no apparent reason. For these chronic cases, veterinarians usually consider two conditions: polysaccharide storage myopathy (PSSM) and recurrent exertional rhabdomyolysis (RER). In some ...
Identifying and Managing Acute Rhabdomyolysis in Horses
Tying Up: Rhabdomyolysis in horses
Tying up syndrome is a preferable name to exertional rhabdomyolysis because not all horses that tie up have exercised, writes Dr Robert N Oglesby, DVM. Tied up horses develop pain and stiffness in the lower back, gluteals and muscles of the thigh region.
Iowa to pay $15K settlement to player hurt in 2011 workout
Lowe and 12 others were eventually hospitalized and diagnosed with exertional rhabdomyolysis, which is the result of muscles breaking down and releasing proteins into the bloodstream. It can cause kidney failure and even death. Now 26, the Cleveland ...
Vet Essentials: Recurrent tying-up
In this clip from Vet Essentials, Jenny Rudall investigates 'tying-up', a muscle disorder that can contribute to poor performance in horses. It is also known as exertional rhabdomyolysis, azoturia, paralytic myoglobinurina and Monday morning disease.

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