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25 May Estudio serológico de durina y muermo equino Rev Inv Vet Perú ; 13(1): 94 ABSTRACT Durine and Glanders are cronic and. ESTUDIO SEROLÓGICO DE DURINA Y MUERMO EQUINO. Descripción del artículo. Durine and Glanders are cronic and progressive infectious diseases of. Durine and Glanders are cronic and progressive infectious diseases of horses, donkeys and mules, and human beings in case of glanders. These diseases are .

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Some sarcoids are amenable to surgery for example whilst others are far less so.

The efficacy against tumour and virally induced papillomas in various species makes it difficult to interpret its method of action. In the latter e.

Radiation has a considerable advantage over most other tumour treatments in having a very acceptable cosmetic consequence. Some of the major constraining factors are:.

Photodynamic therapy is currently being explored for some cutaneous tumours. As is always the case, the successes are not the problem – it’s the failures!

The induction of a strong local inflammatory and immunologic response through intralesional BCG administration has been used for many years with success, particularly around the eye regions.

Radiation sources are applied directly onto or into the mass. Painful treatments or those that require prolonged contact are often not well tolerated. Nevertheless, eqkino are times when a cheaper less sophisticated method will work adequately; this will depend largely on the tumour type, its extent and nature and the skill and experience of the veterinarian.


It is assumed that the major effect of the radiation is on DNA but it is likely that a wide range of cell proteins and lipids are affected within the cell and in the cell membrane.

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Almost all reported methods of topical and intralesional chemotherapy have reported successes. Radiation is used in two basic ways: Some of the major constraining factors are: The techniques have significant advantages in minimising scarring and distortion due to cicatrization in an area where the function of the organs involved is of vital importance.

Extensive squamous cell carcinoma of the mouth cannot be treated effectively without serious complication. Large tumours also limit what can be done. As the clinical effects of radiation depend heavily on the replication rate of the cells involved tumours growing fast are more responsive than old, long-standing tumours – the effects of the treatment on sarcoid are not usually maximal until 12 – 14 months after treatment has been completed.

Until proper scientific proof of efficacy and a plausible scientific explanation for the effects are produced it is probably dishonest to exploit the fear of cancer in owners simply to obtain financial reward. Cancel Reply 0 characters used from the allowed.

The availability of CO2-YAG and diode laser units is increasing and there are clear advantages in its use but the selection of the cases is critical Vingerhoets et al. This aggressive malignant periocular sarcoid was treated with iridium interstial brachytherapy.

Radiation brachytherapy is largely restricted to ophthalmic oncology and it is most frequently applied by brachytherapy in the treatment of squamous cell carcinoma, neurofibroma and nodular and fibroblastic sarcoid around the eye.


Eqquino URI journal page: In the course of an epidemiological study of glanders on a number of Turkish islands in the Sea of Marmara, horses were examined by using the intracutaneous mallein test. Thirty-five per cent developed an increase in rectal temperature and a swelling at the point of injection.

Quite often surgery is used in combination with other methods such as radiation and equno chemotherapy. Non-Surgical Management of Sarcoids in the Horse The wide variety of treatments reported to be successful in the management of the equine sarcoid probably indicate that no one treatment is universally effective.

Treatment selection must be considered very carefully and the best available method must be used on the first occasion. There is nothing more expensive than a cheap treatment that does not work Novel therapies for equine sarcoids: This cases massive mediator release and cell damage.

Estudio serológico de durina y muermo equino

This can also be complicated by application of irrational and inappropriate “treatments”. Immunological methods have been used for many years and these range from the illogical and inappropriate use of “autogenous vaccines” to the recently reported autografting of tissues. Treating neoplastic disease is always problematic and it is clear that horses treated by experienced veterinarians under ideal conditions have a better overall prognosis.