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This is a sample module published to the sidebar_bottom position, using the -sidebar module class suffix. There is also a sidebar_top position below the search.

Learn About PSSM

Learn About PSSM

Learn About PSSM

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MCOA stands for Multiple Congenital Ocular Anomalies - it is a dominant disease

MCOA affects horses with the Silver coat color dilution. Horses that have two copies of the Silver gene are more sseverly affected and a wide range of eye defects are seen including underdevelopment of the iris, greatly enlarged eyes,  small cysts in the eye and cataracts. Horses with only one Silver gene have less severe defects, usually just cysts..

Breeds that have been diagnosed with MCOA include the Rocky Mountain Horse (including the two related breeds Kentucky Mountain Saddle Horse and Mountain Pleasure Horse), Icelandics, Shetland Pony, Exmoor Pony, American Miniature, Belgian Draft, and Morgans.

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Sept 1, 2019

Horses 286,306

5 Panel NN 4980

PSSM1 nn 9360
PSSM1 pos 3154
PSSM2 pos 1367

HYPP nn 9979
HYPP pos 4892

 

 

 

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