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Vet Clin North Am Equine Pract. 2001 Apr;17(1):179-89, viii.

Stress echocardiography and its role in performance assessment.

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Department of Clinical Studies, Section of Sports Medicine and Imaging, New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, USA. vreef@vet.upenn.edu

Abstract

Stress echocardiography in the horse is in its infancy, and investigations need to continue to determine the significance and mechanism of postexercise echocardiographic abnormalities detected in horses. This work should be coupled with investigations on the exercise-induced changes in cardiac isoenzymes, cTnI, arterial oxygen content, and cardiac rhythm that may occur concurrently. With continued investigations into the cardiovascular problems that occur in the exercising horse, the sport horse veterinarian should be better able to accurately diagnose and treat problems causing poor performance in the horse.

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