March 22, 2013 14:02
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Question: I bought a horse this fall that had slight aural plaques in her ears and treated them with vetricyn that helped some.. now with the winter coat she has it inside her legs and ventral stomach area... I have not treated her for a few months but she has become very head shy and very touchy under her belly.. any information would be helpful.. Thanks Rose
Answer: Thanks for your question Rose. Aural plaques are always limited to the inside of the ears, I suspect a fungal or bacterial infection on the other parts. -Dr.D.