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cavity, occurring with concurrent supraspinatus enthesopathy, has been described. 2 Computed tomography was similarly a useful diagnostic modality for that affected dog. 2 The incidence of osteochondritis dissecans of the glenoid cavity in dogs, however

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enthesopathy among others. 2 For the proximal metatarsal region, the enthesis of the proximal suspensory ligament (PSL) into the plantar aspect of the third metatarsal bone and the suspensory ligament itself are very frequently identified as source of pain and

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in chronic enthesopathies (such as enthesopathy of the proximal portion of the suspensory ligament on the palmar aspect of MC3 or plantar aspect of MT3), even when lameness is alleviated by focal diagnostic analgesia. Lameness can be caused by

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radiolucency with a sclerotic rim, septic osteitis was considered unlikely. The enthesopathy of the distolateral aspect of the proximal phalanx was at the attachment of the middle scutum and likely caused by previous trauma. The following day, the horse

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enthesopathy at the insertion of the distal sesamoidean impar ligament; enthesopathy of the collateral ligaments of the distal interphalangeal joint; arthrosis of the proximal or distal interphalangeal or metacarpophalangeal joints; subchondral bone defects at

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), possibly associated with lesions of the spinous processes (impingement, contact, or overriding of spinous processes and enthesopathy of the interspinous ligament) or spondylosis of the vertebral bodies. Horses were excluded from the study when they were

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osteophytes in various locations within the stifle joint, enthesopathy of the medial or lateral collateral ligaments or cranial apical patella, medial or lateral soft tissue thickening, meniscal mineralization, intra-articular mineralized osseous fragments

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insertion of the tendon on the greater tubercle of the humerus and enthesopathy when it spreads from the fibrocartilaginous portion of the tendon to the normal zone of calcification near its attachment to the bone and is eventually replaced with bone as a

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tarsal joint. Information on radiographic localization of the soft tissue attachments of the tarsal region could potentially aid practitioners in the identification of soft tissue injuries. In addition, recognition of enthesopathies alone or in

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osteophytosis or enthesopathy). 15,16 Although the prevalence of those lesions was previously described, 13 the low numbers in each group in the present study led to insufficient statistical power to evaluate the groups individually with respect to performance

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