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Equestrian related injuries and pathologies.

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Equestrian sports are widely practiced in Switzerland as hobbies. Horses are imposing and unpredictable. As a result, traumatisms associated with horseback riding are common and cause serious injuries. Cranial traumatisms are among the most frequently encountered injuries and are associated with high rates of hospitalization and mortality. Helmet use decreases the severity of intracranial lesions. Close contact with horses can lead to the development of infectious diseases and respiratory allergies. Although infrequent in Europe, these infections occur sporadically and should be known by general practitioners. Finally, horse's allergens sensitization is frequent in allergic patients with or without direct contact with horses.

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Name: Revue medicale suisse
ISSN: 1660-9379
Pages: 1383-1386

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