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/s. During the 18-month exercise period, prolonged lameness was not detected in any of the 12 horses, whereas during brief periods, mild and moderate effusions in the midcarpal joints were found in an earlier study 17 of the larger cohort of horses, of which

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with arthritic effusions . Clin Rheumatol 2004 ; 23 : 21 – 26 . 10.1007/s10067-003-0774-6 21. Calander AM Starckx S Opdenakker G , et al. Matrix metalloproteinase-9 (gelatinase B) deficiency leads to increased severity of Staphylococcus

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dependent and reduced in dilute effusions in a rabbit model . Arthritis Rheum 2006 ; 54 : 1673 – 1681 . 10.1002/art.21803 22. Scott D Coleman PJ Mason RM , et al . Interaction of intraarticular hyaluronan and albumin in the attenuation of

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Subchondral sclerosis in proximal aspect of the tibia Subchondral cystic lesions in proximal aspect of the tibia Tibial plateau osteophytes Joint effusion and capsular thickening Intra-articular mineralized osseous fragments

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swelling or effusion, subchondral bone sclerosis, subchondral bone lucency, joint space narrowing, number and size of osteophytes, number and size of enthesophytes, and number and size of osteochondral fragments). Therefore, total radiographic score could

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abnormal focal loading and stress on articulating surfaces. 4 This leads to perifoveal articular cartilage erosion, capsular and round ligament thickening, and synovial effusion and synovitis. These early changes are undetectable radiographically but can

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the upper aspect of the limb and when synovial effusion is detected by palpation 5 or ultrasonographic examination. 6 Confirmation that a lesion in this region is responsible for causing signs of pain is provided when lameness is ameliorated after

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synovial membrane histologic variables for HA-amikacin and improvements of cartilage fibrillation and joint effusion for PSGAG-amikacin. 19 Synovial fibroblast cultures represent a method for assessing effects of various agents on the ability of equine

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joint effusion localized to the stifle joint (naturally occurring cranial cruciate ligament degeneration and medial meniscal tear in 2 dogs [3 joints], cranial cruciate ligament transection [Pond-Nuki method; 3 months' duration] in 1 dog [1 joint]) and

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admitted into the study, assessment of body condition scores, carpal radiography, lameness examination, assessment of response to carpal flexion, and assessment of synovial effusion were performed to ensure all measured variables were within reference

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