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Anesthesia: general - overview
Blood: biochemistry - glucose
Blood: erythrocyte count (RBC)
Blood: gas analysis
Endocrine: ACTH stimulation test for PPID
Foal: evaluation - neonate
Foal: failure of passive transfer (IgG)
Foal: neonatal maladjustment syndrome
Foal: neonatal septicemia syndrome
Foal: resuscitation and care
Gastrointestinal: nasogastric intubation
Immunology: immunodeficiency - Fell pony syndrome
Immunology: neonatal isoerythrolysis
Lung: pneumonia - neonatal bacterial
Musculoskeletal: angular deformity
Neurology: examination - foal
Rectum: meconium impaction
Reproduction: foaling management
Reproduction: parturition - induction
Respiratory: meconium aspiration
Respiratory: neonatal respiratory distress syndrome
Toxicity: fescue grass
Umbilical cord: premature separation
Umbilical cord: torsion
Uterus: caesarean section
Foaling - what you need to know
The pregnant mare - health and well-being
Bovine congenital erythropoietic protoporphyria
Hospitalisation and nursing care
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