Dr. William R. Redding, DVM, MS, DACVS
Associate Professor, Equine Surgery
DVM University of Florida
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
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.
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.