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0By the end of this lecture students should have developed an understanding of disease processes in the horse that involve pain and/or temperature alterations30 Nov 2017 15:55
1By the end of these 2 lectures students should be able to perform a basic examination on the equine respiratory tract, identify clinical abnormalities, compile a suitable list of differential diagnoses, and have basic knowledge of investigation, treatment and prevention of common diseases of the equine respiratory tract30 Nov 2017 15:55
2By the end of this lecture the student should be able to evaluate the causes of poor athletic performance in horses30 Nov 2017 15:55
3By the end of this lecture the student should be able to evaluate the causes of cardiac murmurs in horses30 Nov 2017 15:55
4Alterations in alimentary an hepatic function30 Nov 2017 15:55
5Neurological examination of the horse30 Nov 2017 15:55
6Localisation and differentiation of neurologic disease - equine ataxia30 Nov 2017 15:55
7Localisation and differentiation of neurologic diseases II - Brain and crainian nerve diseases of horses30 Nov 2017 15:55
8develop an understanding of the key clinical syndromes associated with weight loss and weight gain in the horse, their investigation and their management30 Nov 2017 15:55
9Following completion, students should have developed an understanding of the key clinical syndromes associated with urinary problems in the horse, their investigation and their management30 Nov 2017 15:55
10By the end of this course, students should be able to evaluate a first opinion equine dermatology case30 Nov 2017 15:55
11Following completion, students should have developed and understanding of the clinical signs, investigation and management of the equine myopathies and how to develop a basic approach to investigation and management of equine collapse30 Nov 2017 15:55
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