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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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express receptors for PGE 2 and PGF 2α . Although there is evidence for the existence of receptors for epidermal growth factor in hoof wall tissue of horses, 28 we are unaware of studies in which the presence of eicosanoid receptors on these cells was

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disturbance in digital microcirculation has been involved in the genesis of foot ischemia 5 of the sensitive dermal lamellae, which leads to failure of the attachment between the distal phalanx and the inner hoof wall. The initial vascular dysfunctions

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