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Padraic M. Dixon
Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies
The University of Edinburgh
A graduate of University College Dublin, later obtaining a PhD in equine respiratory disorders at The University of Edinburgh, Professor Dixon has spent most of his professional life at the Dick Vet, where he has specialised in equine respiratory and dental disorders. He is an internationally recognised expert in both these fields and our department is recognised as one of the foremost international centres for clinical work and clinical research in equine dental and respiratory medicine and surgey. He is currently an editor of the standard international textbooks on equine respiratory and dental diseases and has over 200 publications and 3000 citations on these areas. He also lectures and gives practical workshops extensively around the world in these areas.
A case control study to investigate risk factors for impaction colic in UK donkeys
Morphological study of tracheal shape in older donkeys with and without tracheal obstruction
Normal donkey dental anatomy
Post mortem survey of dental disease in donkeys
Clinical dental examinations of 357 donkeys in the UK. Part 2: Epidemiological studies on the potential relationships between different dental disorders, and between dental disease and systemic disorders
Clinical dental examinations of 357 donkeys in the UK: Part 1: Prevalence of dental disorders
Clinical dental findings in 203 working donkeys in Mexico
Common dental disorders in the donkey
Comparison of the microhardness of enamel, primary and regular secondary dentine of the incisors of donkeys and horses
Dimensions of diastemata and associated periodontal food pockets in donkey cheek teeth
Donkey dental anatomy. Part 1: Gross and computed axial tomography examinations
Donkey dental anatomy. Part 2: Histological and scanning electron microscopic examinations
Morphological study of tracheal shape in donkeys with and without tracheal obstruction
Pathological investigation of caries and occlusal pulpar exposure in donkey cheek teeth using Computerised Axial Tomography with Histological and ultrastructural examinations
Post mortem survey of dental disorders in 349 donkeys from an aged population (2005-2006). Part 1: prevalence of specific dental disorders.
Post mortem survey of dental disorders in 349 donkeys from an aged population (2005-2006). Part 2: Epidemiological studies
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Andrew F. Trawford
Nicole du Toit
Alexandra K. Thiemann
Padraic M. Dixon
Stuart W. Reid
Gina L. Pinchbeck
Equine Veterinary Journal
Equine Veterinary Education
Tropical Animal Health and Production
The Veterinary Record
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science
Journal of Comparative Pathology
The Veterinary Journal
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