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the DDFT; in the subcutaneous tissue; and in the hoof wall. The skin and the synovial recesses of the podotrochlear bursa and of the digital sheath were not assessed quantitatively because these structures are too small to draw an ROI inside. Size of

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to the coronary band. The proximal 2 holes were 2.5 cm distal to the coronary band. One of these holes was 1.25 cm lateral to the dorsal midline of the hoof wall, and the other was 1.25 cm medial to the dorsal midline of the hoof wall. The distal 2

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and MCIII), MCPJ center of rotation, distal interphalangeal joint center of rotation, and dorsolateral hoof wall (just proximal to the horseshoe nails; Figure 1 ). Radiographs aided the accurate identification of the proximal end of the MCIII and

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transarticular screws inserted through the dorsal hoof wall approach in a horse . J Am Vet Med Assoc 2006 ; 228 : 909 – 913 . 3 Schneider RK Bramlage LR Hardy J . Arthrodesis of the distal interphalangeal joint in two horses using three parallel 5

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, arthrodesis was performed with minimal soft tissue trauma by means of arthroscopic removal of articular cartilage and placement of transarticular cortical screws through holes drilled in the dorsal aspect of the hoof wall. Eight months after surgery, fusion of

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approach was used to resect the infected distal sesamoid bone and DIPJ. A window was created in the abaxial hoof wall lateral to and of sufficient size to extract the navicular bone. The DIPJ was then debrided, and an orthopedic block was applied to the

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examined. Horses were excluded from the study if visual examination of the forelimbs revealed marked bilateral conformational abnormalities such as clinically evident mediolateral imbalance, dorsopalmar imbalance, hoof wall deformities, or improper toe

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, incorporating an inertial measurement unit and thermistor, were mounted on the dorsal hoof wall with adhesive before 18F-FDG injection and removed 45 minutes after injection, before the time of PET scan acquisition. Raw accelerometer data from the inertial

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, those methods are not commonly used in clinical practice to treat horses for laminitis. Laminar temperature has been measured by use of thermography, 5 thermistors housed in stainless steel probes inserted into hoof walls, 2 and 22-gauge hypodermic

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blood flow in some studies 6,7,9 and decreases in others. 1–6,8,10 In attempts to resolve the controversy of increased versus decreased digital blood flow, recent investigations 3–6,9,10 have included techniques such as scintigraphy, hoof-wall surface

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