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old. Arthrocentesis of the tarsal joints is a procedure commonly used for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes. 6,7,11,14,15 The injection site most commonly used for the TMT joint is accessed via the lateral approach. 6,7,11 No other sites of

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assessments were performed by the same examiner (JAD). Synovial fluid WBC count and total protein concentration were evaluated by use of repeated arthrocentesis prior to injection on day 0 and at days 1, 3, and 7 after injection by means of an automated cell

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were less accurate (range, 16.7% to 66.7%), compared with accuracy for the single-needle injection technique described in the study reported here. Investigators of another study 8 compared a cranial and a lateral approach for arthrocentesis of the

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contamination of joints with tissue debris and hair after arthrocentesis . Vet Surg 2010 ; 39 : 667 – 673 . 10. Wright IM , McMahon PJ . Tenosynovitis associated with longitudinal tears of the digital flexor tendons in horses: a report of 20 cases

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Clayton HM Lanovaz JL , et al . Effect of walking velocity on forelimb kinematics and kinematics . Equine Vet J Suppl 2002 ; 34 : 325 – 329 . 34. Misheff MM Stover SM . A comparison of two techniques for arthrocentesis of the equine

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