‘Perfect Storm’ Increases Risk of Atypical Myopathy

Atypical Myopathy
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'Perfect Storm' Increases Risk Of Atypical Myopathy The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) have warned of a heightened risk of atypical myopathy in grazing horses. BEVA issued the warning, describing the hot summer, creating potential hay shortages, and the forecast of early transatlantic storms, have created the ‘perfect storm’ for the disease. Atypical myopathy is a muscle disease caused by...

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