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The stratum medium of the equine hoof wall is a keratinized tissue with material characteristics and material properties that facilitate the accommodation of forces associated with static and dynamic weight bearing. The mechanical properties of

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the dorsum of the hoof wall), phalangeal rotation, distal displacement of the DP, and combined rotation and displacement events. 7 Various radiographic measurements have been used to document these pathological changes. This has resulted in the

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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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