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Oct. 2 BEVA Donkey Medicine - Honiton, UK
Oct. 2 The Equine Fascia Case Days - Washington DC, USA
Oct. 3 WEVA - Verona, Italy
Oct. 7 Reproduction in Small Animals - Wroclaw, Poland
Oct. 8 Canine Dentistry - North Mymms, Herts, UK
Oct. 11 British Veterinary Nursing Association - Shropshire, UK

IVIS, Aug. 12, 2019 - Likelihood of tick bite to cause red meat allergy could be higher than previously thought
The original hypothesis was that humans developed the red meat allergy after being exposed to the alpha-gal protein through a tick that had fed previously on a small mammal. But new data suggests ticks can induce this immune response without requiring the mammal blood meal, which likely means the risk of each bite potentially leading to the allergy is higher than doctors had anticipated. Source: University of North Carolina Health Care. Read more.

image of the weekPhotograph of a cystadenoma surgically removed from a mare. From: Diagnosis of Ovarian Abnormalities by McCue P. In: Ball B.A. (Ed.), Recent Advances in Equine Reproduction.

Suggested ReadingCanine Reproduction: Every week, IVIS brings together reviews, in-depth and how-to papers available in the IVIS Books and Proceedings Library.

Ruminants. In: Comparative Medicine. PubMed is a service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. To check an alternative animal group or journal for recent publications, use our Quick-Links to PubMed Abstracts.

British Equine Veterinary Association Congress BEVA Birmingham, United Kingdom - 2018

Latin American Veterinary Conference Lima, Perú - 2018

Southern European Veterinary Conference & Congreso Nacional AVEPA Madrid, Spain - 2018

Meet the AuthorP. Lekeux, DVM PhD Dipl ECVPT, University of Liège, Belgium. Equine Respiratory Diseases by P. Lekeux. Other publications by P. Lekeux.

I speak Spanish to God, Italian to women, French to men and German to my horse—Charles V (1500-1558), King of Spain, Holy Roman Emperor

Trypanosomiasis, American. Today’s Center for Food Safety and Public Health's Factsheet covers the etiology, symptoms, treatment, and prevention of Trypanosomiasis, American. Visit our Factsheet Index to access related images or other Factsheets. For "Fast Facts", clients handouts, more, visit the CFSPH.

USPMethylene Blue. From the USP Veterinary Pharmaceutical Information Monographs.

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