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William R. Redding, DVM, MS, DACVS

William R. Redding

Clinical Professor, Equine Surgery
Phone: 919.513.6286
Fax: 919.513.6362
Email: rich_redding@ncsu.edu

Education

DVM University of Florida

Specialty

Equine Orthopedic Surgery

Professional Experience and Qualifications

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons
Associate, Mayo and Rofe Equine Clinic, Inc, Middleburg, VA 1985-87
Resident, Equine Surgery, Iowa State University, Raleigh, IA 1987-1990
Staff Surgeon, Equine Hospitals, Inc. Hastings, MN 1990-1991
Equine Surgery and Ultrasound Consultation, Burnsville, MN 1991-1995

Selected Publications

Redding WR, Tomlinson J, Berry C, Smallwood JE. Computed Tomographic Anatomy of the Equine Tarsus. In press: Veterinary Radiology.

Little D, Blikslager A, Redding WR. Risk factors for reduced postoperative fecal output in horses: 37 cases (1997-1999). Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 2001;218(3):414-420.

Tomlinson J, Redding WR, Sage A. Ultrasonographic evaluation of tarsocrural joint cartilage in normal adult horses. Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 2000; 41(5):457-460.

Tudor R, Papich M, Redding WR. Drug disposition and dosage determination of once daily administered of gentomycin in horses after abdominal surgery. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 1999; 215, 503-6.

Redding WR, Booth LC, Pool RR. Effects of PSGAG on healing of collagenase induced defects in the equine superficial digital flexor tendon. V.C.O.T. March 1999;12:48-55.

Book chapters

Redding WR. Sonographic imaging of synovial structures in the horse. Musculoskeletal Ultrasonography; Equine Diagnostic Ultrasonography. Chapter 29; Section F. Lea & Febiger: 1996.

Redding WR. Use of PSGAG in the treatment of superficial flexor tendinitis in the horse. Musculoskeletal Ultrasonography; Equine Diagnostic Ultrasonography. Chapter 29; Section F. Lea & Febiger: 1996.

Links

NCSU-CVM Equine Orthopedic Research Laboratory