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-1 concentrations in serum, plasma, and synovial fluid differed among untrained, race-trained, and osteochondral-injured racehorses. We hypothesized that training and osteochondral injury would increase serum, plasma, and synovial fluid SDF-1

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Introduction Numerous physical, psychological, and sociological health benefits have been associated with persons having a pet in the household. 1 However, pet ownership is not without inherent risk of disease and injury. 2 , 3 Approximately

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reported here, it was hypothesized that horses with acute abdominal disease would have evidence of myocardial injury and ventricular dysfunction. Secondary hypotheses were that elevated blood cTnI concentration at admission would be a negative prognostic

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The Pathophysiology of Tendon Injury Naturally occurring tendon injuries in animals provide a translational avenue to study pathophysiology and evaluate novel therapeutics that benefit both veterinary and human clinical patients. Specifically

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The metacarpophalangeal (fetlock) joint has the greatest number of traumatic and degenerative lesions of all joints in racehorses. 1 Common results of injury in this region are palmar and plantar osteochondral disease, which predominantly affect

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any species. Although the authors of the aforementioned studies did not address the use of HMGB-1 as a possible biomarker of joint health, the potential for this application should be considered. Early identification of joint injury and subsequent

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competition involves riding over long distances. 5 Consequently, orthopedic injuries are likely to develop during training, possibly more frequently than during competition. 6 Some orthopedic injuries, specifically limb fractures, that developed during

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. 10,12,13 The purpose of the study reported here was to compare vital cell staining of chondrocytes with 2 accepted methods for determining cell viability in tissues by use of an articular cartilage thermal injury model. In addition, we wished to

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the history of gunshots being heard the previous night, a diagnosis of high-velocity projectile injury was made. Radiographs of the neck were obtained but were not of diagnostic value because of the thickness of the tissue and limits of the x

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Degenerative injury to the PA in horses causes chronic forelimb lameness because of pain arising from the navicular bone and soft tissues of the PA, such as the CSLs, distal sesamoidean impar ligament, podotrochlear bursa (ie, NB), and deep

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