Information about neurological symptoms relating to PPID has been added to the website. Ataxia (weakness/inconsistent gait), blindness, seizures and narcolepsy have been associated with advanced PPID. Blindness has been suggested as being caused by adenomas (tumours) in the pituitary gland compressing the optic nerves, but there doesn't appear to be a known connection between other neurological symptoms and PPID. TLS queries whether direct trauma to the head/brain could play a part in both PPID and these rare neurological symptoms.
Laminitis, EMS or PPID - start here
Pituitary stress hormones
Should pergolide be increased for the seasonal rise?
Body Condition Scoring
Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction
Equine Metabolic Syndrome and insulin dysregulation
TTouch for laminitics 1
Laminitis and the Feet
Laminitis, EMS and PPID
Laminitis Rehabilitation – The Owner's Perspective
P3 - the pedal/coffin bone/third phalanx
Vit C and PPID
Vetcare Webinars Andy Durham 2013
Movement - good or bad?
Pulsatility of ACTH
Managing horses with PPID - Marian Little & Dianne McFarlane
Is it PPID or is it EMS?
FAQ: Rehabilitating the feet after laminitis
Diet for weight loss
Please report adverse reactions to Prascend
Splitting Prascend tablets
Measuring Collateral Grooves
General Laminitis Quiz
Body Condition Scoring Video
Video comparing PPID symptoms and normal aging
McFarlane 2011 Equine PPID
Pharmacokinetics of Pergolide Mesylate in Horses - Rendle et al. 2013.
EVA foam pads
Rehabilitating the Laminitic Foot - Scott Morrison DVM
Anaemia and Iron Supplements
Early symptoms of PPID.
Don't raise the heel!
The Laminitis Site is now a charitable company!
Izmir returns to work after laminitis in all 4 feet.
Trimming the laminitic horse.
A balanced foot.
The circumflex artery and solar corium necrosis.
What do you know about PPID?
Who said "stop the carrots"?
Frosty grass = high sugar!
There are no magic potions!
Is injected pergolide more effective than oral?
Risk Factors for Equine Metabolic Syndrome - Dr Nichol Schultz
Fly free Homey pony.
Sorrel's doing great!
Celebrating Homer's results!
The Horse.com Ask the vet live: PPID.
If the bone moves - move it back!
Always get a diagnosis!
Horses with laminitis need pampering!
Autumn is the best time to
test for PPID.