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.r-project.org/ . Accessed Jul 1, 2007. References 1. Hood DM Wagner IP Brombaugh GW . Evaluation of hoof wall surface temperature as an index of digital vascular perfusion during the prodromal and acute phases of carbohydrate-induced laminitis in horses

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, including Obel lameness grade, increased intensity of digital pulses, and increased hoof wall temperature 11,12 ) recorded in the problem list and corroborated by the examining clinicians (senior clinician and resident) in the medical record. The diagnosis

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sows that were classified as lame or not lame. For these purposes, cracked hooves were defined as any hoof wall cracks, including side wall lesions and cracks in the white line and toes. 14 Heel lesions were defined as described by Gjein and Larssen

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surface of the PSC shoe had 2 treads (30 × 40 × 20 mm) at each quarter. Each shoe was affixed to a hoof with 2 No. 5 horseshoe nails e on each side, and the nail holes in the hoof wall were reused as much as possible to minimize tissue damage. The contact

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between the lateral aspect of the hoof wall and the lateral edge of the force platform perpendicular to the hoof and the distance from the toe of the hoof to the cranial edge of the force platform were measured). Each horse was initially positioned on the

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Laminitis is defined as failure of the attachments between the inner hoof wall and the distal phalanx of the foot at the lamellar dermal-epidermal junction. 1 It is a painful and debilitating disease of horses, with major economic and emotional

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nociception 5 ; however, in an experimental model of foot pain, in which the pain was induced by tightening a metal clamp around the hoof wall, bupivacaine decreased the intensity of lameness for approximately 90 minutes. 6 Differences in the duration of

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the coronary band, and 2 wood screws (vs zip ties) were directed into the insensitive dorsal hoof wall dorsomedially and dorsolaterally just proximal to the clamp to prevent proximal migration of the clamp ( Figure 1 ). The clamp was tightened to

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clinical signs (eg, lameness and reluctance to move) and physical examination abnormalities (eg, increased hoof temperature and prominent digital artery pulses); in some cases, radiographic views of affected limbs may reveal divergence of the hoof wall and

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lamellar tissue of the dorsal hoof wall and pressure of the apex of the distal phalanx on the sole. 1 – 3 The procedure may be performed by transecting the DDFT at midmetacarpal/metatarsal or pastern levels. Both tenotomy procedures can be performed in the

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