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    Quote Originally Posted by Katy Watts View Post
    From AAEP, here:
    http://www.aaep.org/health_articles_view.php?id=340

    "Not all horses with PPID are insulin resistant. This would be an additional consideration in a complete diagnostic evaluation especially if the horse or pony has laminitis."
    I am so glad you added this as I had just read the line about all Cushings horses being IR in the post above and thought ... Was just going to go check on that and now don't have to.



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    I came back after a well-deserved nap to re-read my post and discovered a typo, but then you have both graciously pointed out my missing word and now I don't have to. Thanks.



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    Quote Originally Posted by rodawn View Post

    From what I've learned from Dr. Eleanor Kellon, a horse can be insulin resistant and in varying degrees of such, but does not have necessarily Cushings; however, a Cushings horse is always insulin resistant.
    Obviously your mistake wasn't just a typo involving one missing word.

    Try to accept the correction gracefully and move on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rodawn View Post
    I came back after a well-deserved nap to re-read my post and discovered a typo, but then you have both graciously pointed out my missing word and now I don't have to. Thanks.



    Let the perfectionism shine.
    I am truly sorry if you feel wronged, however, accuracy really is important with some of these statements. Not like we're just picking out a missing comma or misspelled word.



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