Potentially fatal disease for horses – please read

Atypical Myopathy or Seasonal Pasture Myopathy is a rare but important disease of horses that is seen with increasing frequency especially during autumn months.

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Atypical Myopathy or Seasonal Pasture Myopathy

sycamoreAtypical Myopathy or Seasonal Pasture Myopathy is a rare but important disease of horses that is seen with increasing frequency especially during autumn months. Recent research regarding the cause of this potentially fatal condition gives owners the opportunity to reduce the risks of the development of this disease, however early recognition of the signs remain vital so that you can obtain veterinary advice should you horse become unwell

Please read our information sheet

Information kindly written by Dr Mark Bowen of the University of Nottingham Vet School

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