Diseases and Conditions

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/mammary Gland Inflammation
Abortion
Abrasions
Abscesses of the Hoof
Abscesses other than Hoof
Abscesses Related to Pleurisy, Strangles, and Warbles
Acute Equine Respiratory Syndrome
Acute Peritonitis
Acute Synovitis
Age-related Heart Disease
Allergic Bronchitis
Allergic Reaction
Allergies
Anal Atresia
Anaplasmosis
Anemia
Anhidrosis
Anthrax
Aplastic Anemia
Arthritis
Aspergillosis
Atresia Ani
Azoturia
Babesiosis
Barker
Big Head
Bilary Fever
Birthing
Biting
Bladder Stones
Bladder Trauma
Bleeder Disease
Blockage (anal)
Blood Blister
Blood Disorder
Blood Poisoning
Bog Spavin
Boil
Bone Growth On Joint
Bone Spavin
Bony Protrusions In Foot
Borna Disease
Borna Virus
Borreliosis
Bottom Disease
Botulism
Bowed Tendons
Bran Disease
Brittle Hooves
Broken Bone
Broken Or Cracked Navicular Bone
Broken Or Cracked Pedal Bone
Broken Wind
Bronchial Asthma
Bronchitis
Bruised Sole
Bruises
Brushing
Bucked Shins
Bug Bites
Bursitis
Calcaneal Bursitis
Calcification Of Leg Bone
Calcified Joint
Cancer
Cancer - When Malignant
Canker
Capped Elbows - Capped Hocks
Carbuncle
Carcinoma
Carpitis
Cataracts
Cattle Grubs
Cellulitis
Cervical Vertebral Malformation
Chafe
Choke
Chronic Active Hepatitus
Chronic Heart Disease
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
Circular Itchy Lesions
Clouded Lens
Cloudy Eye
Coital Exanthema
Colic
Colic - Flatulant
Colic - Obstruction
Colic - Spasmodic
Compressional Phystitis
Congenital Heart Disease
Conjunctivitis
Constipation
Contagious Equine Metritis - Mare
Contagious Equine Metritis - Stallion
Contracted Heels
Contracted Tendons
Contusions
COPD
Corneal Ulcer
Corns
Cracked Bone
Cracked Hoof
Cribbing
Crooked Knees
Cross-firing
Crotalism
Cryptorchism
Curb
Cushing's Disease
Cuts
Cystitis
Cystitus
Cystoliths

STU

Saddle Abrasions
Saddle Sore
Saddle Sores
Salmonella
Salmonellosis
Sarcoids
Sarcoptic Mange
Scabies
Scrape
Scratch
Seasonal Recurrent Dermatitis
Seedy Toe
Seizures
Sepsis
Septic Arthritis
Septicemia
Septicemic Salmonellosis
Serous Tarsitis
Serum Hepatitis
Sesamoid Bone Inflammation
Sesamoiditis
Shin Soreness
Shin Splints
Sidebone
Sinus Infection
Sinusitis
Skin Cancer
Skin Eruptions
Skin Lesions
Skin Nodules
Skin Sore
Slaframine Toxicosis
Sleeping Sickness
Slobbers
Snots
Soft Palate Displacement
Sole Bruises
Sore Feet
Sore Shins
Sores
Splenic Fever
Splints
Sprained Plantar Ligament
Squamous Cell Carcinoma
Stab Wounds
Stable Vices
Stall Chewing
Stall Walking
Standing Up
Stereotypic Behaviors
Stifle Injuries
Stifle Joint Injuries
Stillbirth
Stings
Stones
Strains - Sprains
Strangles
Strangles Abscess
Stretched, Torn, Overused Muscles, Tendons And/or Ligaments
Striking
Stringhalt
Summer Eczema
Summer Itch
Summer Sores
Sun Stroke
Sunburn
Supernumerary Teeth
Suprascapular Neuropathy
Suspensory Ligament Strain
Sweating (lack Of)
Sweeny
Sweeny Shoulder
Sweet Itch
Swelling In Tendons Of Hind Limbs
Swollen Leg
Swollen Palate
Tendonitis
Testicle Infection Or Inflammation
Tetanus
Theiler's disease
Thickened Plantar Ligament
Thirst
Thoroughpin
Thrush
Thyroid Gland Conditions
Thyroid Problems
Ticks
Toxicosis
Tumor
Tumors
Twisted Gut
Tying Up
Ulcers
Ulcers in Foals
Umbilical Hernia
Umbilical Rupture
Undershot Jaw
Underweight
Undescended Testicle
Urine Leakage From Umbilicus
Uroperitoneum
Urticaria

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