Bacterial infections of joints, tendon sheaths or bursae are considered to be life-threatening or career-ending conditions in the horse that can result in severe and irreversible damage to the articular cartilage and soft tissues . A prompt and accurate identification of synovial infection must occur in order to minimise these detrimental effects that are progressive in nature, and to allow for initiation of an effective treatment plan.
Presented by David Manuel Bolt, Diplomate, ACVS & ECVS, Associate ECVDI (LA)
Senior Lecturer in Equine Surgery at Royal Veterinary College
Presented at the London Vet Show 2019
RVC Equine Theatre 2
Friday, 15 November at 9:20am