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study were likely minimal. Results of other studies indicate underwater treadmills are beneficial for rehabilitation of humans and other animals with orthopedic problems. For instance, exercise in water decreases joint effusion and pain in humans after

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inspection and MR imaging of the 20 cadaveric limbs revealed that the metacarpal condyles had a variable degree of osteoarthritis-related lesions including marginal osteophytosis, increased subchondral bone density, joint effusion, and cartilage damage. Mean

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effusion, osteophytes, enthesophytes, joint-associated mineralization, sclerosis, subchondral bone erosions or cysts, and intra-articular mineralization. A 5-point scale was used for grading of the severity of each of the radiographic changes identified (0

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%; PASTEX, 25%) and moderate (CONDEX, 23%; PASTEX, 20%) effusion of the midcarpal joints were found during 1,132 evaluations in 33 horses. 21 Sample collection and processing —Midcarpal joints (n = 24) were collected from 12 horses (6 CONDEX and 6 PASTEX

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