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Lameness is one of the most common medical issues of horses, affecting 8 to 14 horses/100 horses examined. 1,2 In addition, mild and subclinical lameness can result in reduced and suboptimal performance by equine athletes. 3,4 Because mild

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-2 and -9 activities, and lameness in dogs with arthropathy. Materials and Methods Animals and sample collection —Polysulfated glycosaminoglycan a (5 mg/kg) was administered IM 3,26,27 to 16 privately owned dogs that were brought to the

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factors affecting 2-year-old in-training sales prices (eg, lameness during training and speed of horses recorded at those sales) in the United States is limited. Results of a study 3 conducted at a training center in Florida indicated lameness was the

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for the treatment of osteoarthritis in dogs. 7,8 The purpose of the study reported here was to examine the ability of AC to attenuate lameness attributable to SU-induced synovitis in the stifle joint of dogs and to compare those effects with the

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the most common causes of forelimb lameness in Western performance horses. 1–3 In addition to exercise modifications and therapeutic farriery, many medical and surgical treatments have been described. 4,5 Unfortunately, most of these modalities yield

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A complete equine lameness evaluation is a commonly performed veterinary procedure, with lameness being among the top 3 reasons for examination of a horse by a veterinarian. 1 A subjective lameness evaluation is used to diagnose lameness, and the

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In the approximately 9 million dairy cows in the United States, lameness is one of the most important health problems that results in premature culling. In the 1996 National Animal Health Monitoring System report, 1 lameness was the reason for

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in horses with experimentally induced lameness, compare the duration of effect of liposomal bupivacaine with that of bupivacaine HCl, and describe the tissue effects of liposomal bupivacaine after SC perineural injection. We hypothesized that a

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readily available. In 1 clinical trial, 14 investigators evaluated administration of tiludronate (0.1 mg/kg) via a 1-time bilateral digital IVRLP as the sole treatment for navicular syndrome; however, no objective improvement in lameness (as determined by

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sedation and radiography, the dog acutely developed a grade 4/5 left thoracic limb lameness while still hospitalized. Within approximately 30 to 60 seconds after the lameness was detected, the condition progressed to complete non-weight-bearing lameness

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