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The moderate presence of red cells demonstrates that EIPH in CCC is not yet a severe condition but that may be a prevalent condition (FIG.
In a study of risk factors for EIPH in Thoroughbred horses was reported a strong association between the presence of EIPH and environmental temperature (hot air), the presence of impurities in the trachea and the time between the end of the race and the endoscopic examination .
It is still not clear the importance the association of the impact of the horse on the floor with the presence of EIPH, which leaves the theory of capillary rupture due to pulmonary hypertension during strenuous exercise as the most possible cause of EIPH [2,8].
The herein study demonstrates the presence of EIPH in CCC that are exposed to exercise conditions different from those of other sport horses studied worldwide.
Ventilation/perfusion scintigraphy in horses with EIPH.
ENDOSCOPIC IMAGE FROM THE CARINA OF A EIPH NEGATIVE HORSE, 90 TO 120 MINUTES AFTER EXERCISE
ENDOSCOPIC IMAGE FROM THE CARINA OF A EIPH POSITIVE HORSE, 90 TO 120 MINUTES AFTER EXERCISE.
ONE well-respected vet, Rick Arthur, agrees that EIPH can be a secondary consequence of other problems such as minor viral, bacterial or allergic disease.
In other words, a horse's problems are sometimes erroneously attributed to EIPH when there may be other underlying reasons.
Serious EIPH affects only a small proportion of horses.
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