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reported concerns about nonambulatory or slow and difficult-to-move cattle and cattle that sloughed hoof walls. Although anecdotal evidence generated concern that cattle fed the β-adrenergic receptor agonist zilpaterol were at increased risk, the condition

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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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