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Re: RC: sarcoids
Again, I ha vet a 17 year old stallion that had (has) a quarter size
sarcoid above one eye...it has been there since he was three. My vet
advised to leave it alone, which I did. It has not grown or irritated
him...just no hair in that spot.
Sometimes, I think vets make a LOT of money doing things that Mother
Nature can do better.... time heals much.
Judith Lessard wrote:
> My gelding had a sarcoid appear on his side the spring of 1998. It
> had no doubt appeared during the winter and was hidden by his winter
> I'm not sure how to word this appropriately, but I believe sarcoids
> are both of a cancerous and viral nature.
> We waited until winter, when the flies were gone, and my vet did
> cryosurgery on it three times, a month apart. He said he has had a
> good success rate with this method of treatment.
> So far so good. I have been told by other vets that once horses
> develop sarcoids, they are likely to develop more of them in the
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