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David Hood

Associate Professor Emeritus

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Department: VTPP

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Scholarly Interests

physiopathology of the digital cutaneous circulation.


Effect of prolonged water immersion on equine hoof epidermis in vitro.
Wagner IP, Hood DM
Am J Vet Res. 63(8):1140-4.
Voluntary limb-load distribution in horses with acute and chronic laminitis.
Hood DM, Wagner IP, Taylor DD, Brumbaugh GW, Chaffin MK
Am J Vet Res. 62(9):1393-8.
Effect of ketamine hydrochloride on the analgesic effects of tramadol hydrochloride in horses with signs of chronic laminitis-associated pain.
Guedes AG, Matthews NS, Hood DM
Am J Vet Res. 73(5):610-9.
Evaluation of architectural changes along the proximal to distal regions of the dorsal laminar interface in the equine hoof.
Sarratt SM, Hood DM
Am J Vet Res. 66(2):277-83.
A null mutation in H-FABP only partially inhibits skeletal muscle fatty acid metabolism.
Binas B, Han XX, Erol E, Luiken JJ, Glatz JF, Dyck DJ, Motazavi R, Adihetty PJ, Hood DA, Bonen A
Am J Physiol Endocrinol Metab. 285(3):E481-9.
Evaluation of systemic immunologic hyperreactivity after intradermal testing in horses with chronic laminitis.
Wagner IP, Rees CA, Dunstan RW, Credille KM, Hood DM
Am J Vet Res. 64(3):279-83.
Effects of ground surface deformability, trimming, and shoeing on quasistatic hoof loading patterns in horses.
Hood DM, Taylor D, Wagner IP
Am J Vet Res. 62(6):895-900.
A multicenter, matched case-control study of risk factors for equine laminitis.
Alford P, Geller S, Richrdson B, Slater M, Honnas C, Foreman J, Robinson J, Messer M, Roberts M, Goble D, Hood D, Chaffin M
Prev Vet Med. 49(3-4):209-22.
A cross-sectional epidemiological study of equine hoof wall problems and associated factors.
Slater MR, Hood DM
Equine Vet J. 29(1):67-9.
Descriptive epidemiological study of equine laminitis.
Slater MR, Hood DM, Carter GK
Equine Vet J. 27(5):364-7.
Vascular perfusion in horses with chronic laminitis.
Hood DM, Grosenbaugh DA, Slater MR
Equine Vet J. 26(3):191-6.
The role of vascular mechanisms in the development of acute equine laminitis.
Hood DM, Grosenbaugh DA, Mostafa MB, Morgan SJ, Thomas BC
J Vet Intern Med. 7(4):228-34.
Keratin and associated proteins of the equine hoof wall.
Grosenbaugh DA, Hood DM
Am J Vet Res. 53(10):1859-63.
Characterisation and distribution of epidermal growth factor receptors in equine hoof wall laminar tissue: comparison of normal horses and horses affected with chronic laminitis.
Grosenbaugh DA, Hood DM, Amoss MS Jr, Williams JD
Equine Vet J. 23(3):201-6.
EGF receptor-binding activity in the urine of normal horses and horses affected by chronic laminitis.
Grosenbaugh DA, Amoss MS, Hood DM, Williams JD
Domest Anim Endocrinol. 7(3):277-89.
Effect of weight loading on the coronary band interstitial fluid pressure in horses.
Olivier A, Hood DM, Jenkins WL, Clark DR, Williams JD, Grosenbaugh DA
Am J Vet Res. 50(8):1198-201.
Epidermal growth factor-mediated effects on equine vascular smooth muscle cells.
Grosenbaugh DA, Amoss MS, Hood DM, Morgan SJ, Williams JD
Am J Physiol. 255(4 Pt 1):C447-51.

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