Tying up the loose ends of equine rhabdomyolysis

Tying up the loose ends of equine rhabdomyolysis Patterson, K. and Bailar, J . C . (1985) A review of journal peer review. In: Selectivity in Information Systems: Survival of Bailar, J. C . and Patterson, K. (1985) Journal peer review: the the Fittest. Praeger, New York. need for a research agenda. New E w . J . Med. 312,654-657. Rossdale, P. D. (1985) Sir Frederick Hobday Memorial Morgan, P. (1986) Peer review in medical journals. Br. med. Lecture. Part 1 : Practice, teaching and research - a J. 292, 646. common philosophy. Equine vet. J. 17, 343-345. Tying UP the loose ends of equine rhabdomyolysis NON-TRAUMATIC MUSCLE MYOPATHIES have been well recognised for over 100 years. Lindholm, Johansson and Kjaersgaard (1974) used the term equine rhabdomyolysis to encompass the various conditions referred to as azoturia, paralytic myoglobinuria, exertional myopathy, exertional rhabdomyolysis, ‘tying up’, ‘set fast’ and ‘Monday morning disease’. It is now generally accepted that all these terms refer to a single syndrome which may vary in its clinical severity. We consider the term ‘equine rhabdomyolysis’ more appropriate than ‘equine exertional rhabdomyolysis’ because the condition can occur with only minimal exercise. Despite the distress and economic losses that may occur when horses suffer from this http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Equine Veterinary Journal Wiley

Tying up the loose ends of equine rhabdomyolysis

Equine Veterinary Journal, Volume 18 (5) – Sep 1, 1986

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Wiley
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© 1986 EVJ Ltd
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0425-1644
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2042-3306
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10.1111/j.2042-3306.1986.tb03650.x
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Abstract

Patterson, K. and Bailar, J . C . (1985) A review of journal peer review. In: Selectivity in Information Systems: Survival of Bailar, J. C . and Patterson, K. (1985) Journal peer review: the the Fittest. Praeger, New York. need for a research agenda. New E w . J . Med. 312,654-657. Rossdale, P. D. (1985) Sir Frederick Hobday Memorial Morgan, P. (1986) Peer review in medical journals. Br. med. Lecture. Part 1 : Practice, teaching and research - a J. 292, 646. common philosophy. Equine vet. J. 17, 343-345. Tying UP the loose ends of equine rhabdomyolysis NON-TRAUMATIC MUSCLE MYOPATHIES have been well recognised for over 100 years. Lindholm, Johansson and Kjaersgaard (1974) used the term equine rhabdomyolysis to encompass the various conditions referred to as azoturia, paralytic myoglobinuria, exertional myopathy, exertional rhabdomyolysis, ‘tying up’, ‘set fast’ and ‘Monday morning disease’. It is now generally accepted that all these terms refer to a single syndrome which may vary in its clinical severity. We consider the term ‘equine rhabdomyolysis’ more appropriate than ‘equine exertional rhabdomyolysis’ because the condition can occur with only minimal exercise. Despite the distress and economic losses that may occur when horses suffer from this

Journal

Equine Veterinary JournalWiley

Published: Sep 1, 1986

References

  • White muscle disease in a foal
    Hamir, Hamir
  • Metabolic response of equine muscle to intermittent maximal exercise
    Snow, Snow; Harris, Harris; Gash, Gash

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