Equine Veterinary Journal

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Edited By: Celia M. Marr

Impact Factor: 2.382

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 7/136 (Veterinary Sciences)

Online ISSN: 2042-3306

Associated Title(s): Equine Veterinary Education

Laminitis: Recent advances and future directions

BEVA Trust

Guest Editors: J. Orsini, J. Belknap and A. van Eps


Laminitis: recent advances and future directions
C. M. Marr

Endocrinological aspects of the pathophysiology of equine laminitis
N. Menzies-Gow

Sepsis-related laminitis
J. K. Belknap and S. J. Black

Supporting limb laminitis – the four important
J. A. Orsini

Progress towards effective prevention and therapy for laminitis
A. W. van Eps

The present state and future of laminitis research
J. Belknap and R. Geor

Review Article

A review of recent advances and current hypothesis on the pathogenesis of laminitis
L. M. Katz and S. R. Bailey

General Articles

Laminar inflammatory gene expression in the carbohydrate overload model of equine laminitis
B. S. Leise, R. R. Faleiros, M. Watts, P. J. Johnson, S. J. Black and J. K. Belknap

Hindlimb Laminar Inflammatory Response is Similar to that Present in Forelimbs after Carbohydrate Overload in Horses
B. S. Leise, R. R. Faleiros, M. Watts, P. J. Johnson, S. J. Black and J. K. Belknap

Morphological spectrum of primary epidermal laminae in the fore hoof of Thoroughbred horses
B. Faramarzi

Decreased expression of p63, a regulator of epidermal stem cells, in the chronic laminitic equine hoof
R A Carter, J B Engiles, S O Megee, M Senoo and H L Galantino-Homer

The timeline of metalloprotease events during equine laminitis development
M B Visser and C C Pollitt

The timeline of lamellar basement membrane changes during equine laminitis development
M B Visser and C C Pollitt

Glucose transport in the equine hoof
K E Asplin, J D Curlewis, C M McGowan, C C Pollitt and M N Sillence

Histopathology of insulin-induced laminitis in ponies
K E Aspln, J C Patterson-Kane, M N Sillence, C C Pollitt and C M McGowan

Equine laminitis: induced by 48 h hyperinsulinaemia in Standardbred horses
M A De Laat, C M McGowan, M N Sillence and C C Pollitt

Prediction of incipient pasture-associated laminitis from hyperinsulinaemia, hyperleptinaemia and generalised and localised obesity in a cohort of ponies
Carter, RA, Treiver, KJ, Geor, RJ, Douglas, L, Harris, PA

Use of proxy measurements of insulin sensitivity and insulin secretory response to distinguish between normal and previously laminitic ponies
K. E. Borer, S. R. Bailey, N. J. Menzies-Gow, P. A. Harris and J. Elliott

Equine laminitis model: cryotherapy reduces the severity of lesions evaluated seven days after induction with oligofructose
A W Van Eps and C C Pollitt

Digital hypothermia inhibits early lamellar inflammatory signaling in the oligofructose model
A. W. Van Eps, B. S. Leise, M. Watts, C. C. Pollitt and J. K. Belknap

Effect of intravenous lidocaine administration on laminar inflammation in the black walnut extract model of laminitis
J M Williams, Y J Lin, J P Loftus, R R Faleiros, J F Peroni, J A B Hubbell, W R Ravis and J K Belknap

Incidence of support limb laminitis in horses treated with half limb, full limb or transfixation pin casts: A retrospective study of 113 horses (2000–2009
J. E. Virgin, L. R. Goodrich, G. M. Baxter and S. Rao