Prominent publications by J YATES
Equine idiopathic cheek teeth fractures: Part 3: A hospital‐based survey of 68 referred horses (1999–2005)
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REASONS FOR PERFORMING STUDY: There is limited information available on the more serious sequellae of idiopathic cheek teeth (CT) fractures.
OBJECTIVES: To obtain information on clinical and ancillary diagnostic findings in referred horses with idiopathic CT fractures.
METHODS: Details of all horses suffering from idiopathic CT fractures referred to the Equine Hospital at the University of Edinburgh 1999-2005 were examined, and information concerning fracture patterns, clinical and ...
|Also Ranks for: Idiopathic Fractures | apical infection | clinical signs | fracture patterns | cheek teeth|
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REASON FOR PERFORMING STUDY: Cheek teeth (CT) diastemata are a significant cause of painful dental disease in horses and limited factual information is available on the treatment of this disorder.
OBJECTIVE: To assess the response to mechanical widening in the treatment of diastema.
METHOD: Details of the presenting signs and treatment of cases of CT diastema by widening were recorded and the response to treatment of these cases assessed by re-examinations and by obtaining follow-up ...
|Also Ranks for: Mechanical Widening | cheek teeth | diseases horses | animals dentistry | secondary diastemata|
J YATES: Influence Statistics
Key People For Mechanical Widening
J YATES:Expert Impact
Concepts for whichJ YATEShas direct influence:Mechanical widening, Cheek teeth, Idiopathic fractures, Apical infection, Diastema widening, Idiopathic cheek teeth, Fracture patterns, Oral extraction.
J YATES:KOL impact
Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which J YATES has influence:Cheek teeth, Dental disorders, Apical infection, Periodontal disease, Peripheral caries, Equine periodontitis, Idiopathic fractures.
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