Equine Veterinary Journal

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Edited By: Celia M. Marr

Impact Factor: 2.475

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 8/138 (Veterinary Sciences)

Online ISSN: 2042-3306

Associated Title(s): Equine Veterinary Education

Equine Endocrinology Virtual Issue


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Equine Endocrinology: recent and future directions
Guest Editors: N. Frank and P. Johnson

Editorials

EVE and EVJ online collection of equine endocrinology: Recent and future directions; a great start but still a long way to go
C. M. Marr, T. S. Mair

Current status and future directions: Equine pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction and equine metabolic syndrome
J. E. Sojka-Kritchevsky, P. J. Johnson

Current best practice in clinical management of equine endocrine patients
N. Frank, R. Geor

Review Articles

Insulin dysregulation
N. Frank, E. M. Tadros

Endocrine disorders and laminitis
E. M. Tadros, N. Frank

Glucocorticoid therapy and the risk of equine laminitis
C. J. Cornelisse1, N. E. Robinson

Paraneoplastic manifestations of cancer in horses
S. Axiak, P. J. Johnson

Analytical Clinical Research

Prevalence, risk factors and clinical signs predictive for equine pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction in aged horses
T. W. McGowan, G. P. Pinchbeck, C. M. McGowan

Evaluation of basal plasma α-melanocyte-stimulating hormone and adrenocorticotrophic hormone concentrations for the diagnosis of pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction from a population of aged horses
T. W. McGowan, G. P. Pinchbeck, C. M. McGowan

Circannual variation in plasma adrenocorticotropic hormone concentrations in the UK in normal horses and ponies, and those with pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction
V. E. N. Copas, A. E. Durham

Investigation of rhythms of secretion and repeatability of plasma adrenocorticotropic hormone concentrations in healthy horses and horses with pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction
D. I. Rendle, E. Litchfield, J. Heller, K. J. Hughes

Seasonal and annual influence on insulin and cortisol results from overnight dexamethasone suppression tests in normal ponies and ponies predisposed to laminitis
K. E. Borer-Weir, N. J. Menzies-Gow, S. R. Bailey, P. A. Harris, J. Elliott

Descriptive Clinical Reports

Severe hypertriglyceridaemia in horses and ponies with endocrine disorders
B. Dunkel, S. A. Wilford, N. J. Parkinson, C. Ward, P. Smith, L. Grahame, T. Brazil, H. C. Schott

Antidiuretic response of a horse affected with pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction to desmopressin acetate
M. E. Moses, P. J. Johnson, N. T. Messer, D. A. Wilson

Experimental Research Studies

Insulin resistance in equine digital vessel rings: An in vitro model to study vascular dysfunction in equine laminitis
C. S. Venugopal, S. Eades, E. P. Holmes, R. E. Beadle

Distribution of insulin receptor and insulin-like growth factor-1 receptor in the digital laminae of mixed-breed ponies: An immunohistochemical study
T. A. Burns, M. R. Watts, P. S. Weber, L. J. Mccutcheon, R. J. Geor, J. K. Belknap

Hyperinsulinaemia increases vascular resistance and endothelin-1 expression in the equine digit
F. Gauff, B. Patan-Zugaj, T. F. Licka

Measurement of C-peptide concentrations and responses to somatostatin, glucose infusion, and insulin resistance in horses
F. Toth, N. Frank, T. Martin-Jimenez, S. B. Elliott, R. J. Geor, R. C. Boston

Effects of metformin hydrochloride on blood glucose and insulin responses to oral dextrose in horses
D. I. Rendle, F. Rutledge, K. J. Hughes, J. Heller, A. E. Durham

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