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0Be able to recognise the general clinical signs of myopathies and neuromuscular disease in the horse, including those of two important clostridial diseases that cause myopathy i.e tetanus and botulism30 Nov 2017 15:55
1Outline the approach to the investigation of the suspect muscular or neuromuscular case30 Nov 2017 15:55
2Describe the general approach to investigating and managing the acutely ‘tied-up’ horse: acute rhabdomyolysis30 Nov 2017 15:55
3Describe how to assess and treat chronic cases of tying-up/muscle disease30 Nov 2017 15:55
4Outline the approach to the diagnosis and management of the collapsing horse or pony30 Nov 2017 15:55
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