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The horse with pruritis
  1. Laura Honey

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We have five excellent clinical articles and all are worthy of praise

In this month’s issue of In Practice, Ben Curnow explains that working up a case of the itchy horse can be particularly challenging when working out in the field, because the history is often vague and you don’t have the option of transporting the microscope with you. Management of conditions is usually more frustrating and difficult than for dogs and cats. He outlines some of the common causes of pruritis in horses, how to get an accurate diagnosis, and how to treat them effectively (p 47). The article has been selected as the editor’s choice by our senior clinical editor, Stephen Baines: ‘This is an article that takes a clinical …

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