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0List the potential underlying mechanisms of diarrhoea in the horse30 Nov 2017 15:55
1List the main differential diagnoses associated with equine diarrhoea30 Nov 2017 15:55
2Describe the clinical and clinicopathological findings associated with both acute and chronic equine diarrhoea30 Nov 2017 15:55
3Discuss the appropriate therapeutic areas which should be considered when treating acute and chronic equine diarrhoea30 Nov 2017 15:55
4List the behavioural signs associted with abdominal pain and the potential sources of abdominal pain in the horse30 Nov 2017 15:55
5Describe the likely clinical consequences of strangulating and non-strangulating intestinal obstruction in the horse and be aware of the dynamic nature of the clinical status of such cases30 Nov 2017 15:55
6Describe the appropriate historical questions which should be asked and the optimal clinical work-up when evaluating a case of equine colic30 Nov 2017 15:55
7Describe the anatomical features which may be palpated during transrectal examination of a healthy horse and demonstrate an understanding of the potential abnormalities which may be detected in a horse with colic30 Nov 2017 15:55
8Discuss the potential advantages of passing a nasogastric tube and performing abdominocentesis in colic cases and demonstrate an understanding of the abnormal findings which these techniques may yield30 Nov 2017 15:55
9Discuss the factors which should be considered when making a decision whether a horse with colic should be referred due the potential requirement for surgical intervention30 Nov 2017 15:55
10List the points which should be addressed following a decision to refer a horse for colic surgery, prior to the horse being transported30 Nov 2017 15:55
11List the causes of non-surgical colic and discuss the treatment options applicable to each30 Nov 2017 15:55
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