Disorders by Breed - Irish setter
- The LIDA catalogue reports congenital and hereditary disorders found in pure-bred dogs as well as common conditions thought to have genetic origins because their frequency is higher than expected in certain breeds.
- The inherited disorders listed on the web-site were sourced from the Online Mendelian Inheritance of Animals database.
- New disorders are reported with regularity and while LIDA attempts to keep up-to-date with such reports it cannot guarantee that its content is complete and current.
- The importance of disorders described in the LIDA catalogue varies in terms of frequency and severity.
- Users of LIDA are strongly encouraged to take professional advice before using LIDA data to make breeding or purchasing plans.
Organ System Involved
- Gastric dilatation volvulus syndrome
- Gastric torsion
- Gluten-sensitive enteropathy
- Protein losing enteropathy
- Acral lick dermatitis
- Alopecia, colour mutant
- Dermatitis, atopic
- Granulomatous sebaceous adenitis
- Sebaceous adenitis
- Carpal Subluxation
- Deformed tail
- Hip Dysplasia
- Metabolic bone disease
- Osteochondritis dissecans
- Osteochondrosis dissecans
- Ununited anconeal process
- Behavioral abnormalities
- Corneal Dystrophy
- Lens Luxation
- Mitochondrial Myopathy
- Optic nerve hypoplasia, bilateral
- Persistent pupillary membrane
- Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) (X-linked)
- Quadriplegia and Amblyopia in Dog
- Vogt-Koyanagi-Harada-like syndrome