Synonym(s): Streptococcus equi subspecies equi infection, S. equi infection
Grossly normal guttural pouches can still have a biofilm of bacteria and the lack of chondroids or empyaema does not preclude the horse being a carrier.
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Anesthesia: analgesia - overview
Blood: biochemistry - alkaline phosphatase (SAP, ALP)
Blood: biochemistry - aspartate amino transferase (AST)
Blood: biochemistry - creatine kinase
Blood: biochemistry - creatinine
Blood: biochemistry - total bilirubin
Blood: biochemistry - total protein
Blood: biochemistry - urea
CSF: cell count and differential
Gastrointestinal: nasogastric intubation
Guttural pouch: empyema
Guttural pouch: tympany
Hard/soft palate: cleft
International disease outbreaks
Joint: immune-mediated polysynovitis
Kidney: renal failure
Lung: pleuropneumonia - bacterial (pleuritis)
Lung: pneumonia - bacterial
Musculoskeletal: rectal palpation
Nose: nasal discharge
Parascaris equorum infestation
Penis: paralysis / priapism
Pharynx: nasopharyngeal swab
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR)
Post mortem examination
Respiratory: EHV infection
Rhodococcus equi infection
Streptococcus equi subspecies equi ELISA test
Streptococcus equi vaccine
Sulfadoxine with Trimethoprim
Therapeutics: anti-inflammatory drugs
Therapeutics: immune system
Trachea: tracheostomy - permanent
Respiratory disease flowchart
Strangles - 'Streptococcus equi infection'
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