Kenneth Marcella, DVM
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Sep 01, 2010
Often clients will consult their veterinarians regarding conditioning, nutrition, supplementation and managing horses exercising in extreme heat.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 01, 2010
Corneal disease and damage resulting in cloudy, blue eyes has many causes.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jul 01, 2010
Objective forage analysis methods ensure better nutritive content for horses.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jun 01, 2010
Both human and equine athletes are subject to leg muscle injuries.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Apr 01, 2010
A combination of forces are currently redefining the construction of buildings, homes, barns and businesses.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Mar 01, 2010
The trials of diagnosing neurologic disorders.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Dec 01, 2009
Veterinarians are one of the most at-risk populations for equine-human disease transmission.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Nov 01, 2009
Its 'the great imitator' because of varied clinical signs, intensity.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Aug 01, 2009
You are on a well-deserved vacation with your family. You thought you were taking a break from horses, but you look around anyway. There it is — a draft horse slowly pulling a loaded wagon full of tourists.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Jun 01, 2009
Recovery from malnutrition, starvation takes time, patience.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - May 01, 2009
Equine piroplasmosis is an infectious disease of international importance.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Apr 01, 2009
In the first of these articles we looked at the wide array of different treatment modalities and therapies available for use in horses suffering from varying types of tendon and ligament injuries, and forms of joint disease. Multiple treatment options are available, from stem cells to platelet-rich plasma to shock-wave therapy to Tildren.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Mar 01, 2009
Researchers knew that the equine genome project eventually would lead to monumental discoveries and new methods of diagnosis and treatment of significant benefit to the horse.
DVM360 MAGAZINE - Feb 01, 2009
There are many treatment options available to equine practitioners dealing with injuries to tendons and ligaments and an equally large number of drugs, techniques and modalities that can be used to help manage joint problems in the athletic horse.