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Ultrasonography has been used to diagnose tendon injuries in horses for > 3 decades. 1–4 During this time, high-resolution real-time ultrasonography has been the primary modality used to diagnose tendon injuries in horses and to determine the

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recumbency. Constant environmental temperature, set at 27°C, was maintained with a heater. Chemical restraint was not necessary; for the more aggressive subject, the head was kept inside a cotton sack to avoid injury to the snake or operator. For each

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training or catastrophic career-ending injuries. Many of the injuries develop without a specific traumatic event, yet are highly consistent in their morphology and frequently develop at the same locations within a bone. 2 In addition, preexisting stress

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Injuries and abnormalities involving the soft tissues and bones in the tarsal region of horses have been well described. 1–7 Many of these conditions manifest primarily as lameness, but some may also result in joint effusion or diffuse swelling

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regarding the bony structures, but the diagnosis of soft tissue injury must be inferred by enthesis abnormalities, 5 soft tissue swelling, or soft tissue mineralization. Ultrasonography allows evaluation of many soft tissue structures and bone surfaces of

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usually associated with intrusive injuries and delayed replantation of avulsed teeth. 16 Contrary to findings in humans, a study 21 in a colony of 109 healthy cats found that external replacement resorption accounted for 60% of all the teeth with tooth

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radiation treatment of cancer in dogs. 7,20–22 Results indicated that radiation doses during CT were below recommended thresholds, 19 but radiation treatment for several types of neoplasia in the head and neck areas can cause radiation injury to tissues

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The Icelandic Horse is used as a pleasure riding horse as well as a high-performance athlete at special tournaments that focus on various gaits. a The tölt and flying pace put the horse's musculoskeletal system under exceptional stress. Injuries

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– 702 . 10.1097/00004424-198909000-00010 20. Yoshioka T Fogo A Beckman JK . Reduced activity of antioxidant enzymes underlies contrast media-induced renal injury in volume depletion . Kidney Int 1992 ; 41 : 1008 – 1015 . 10.1038/ki.1992

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was preserved in rats without acute lung injury after the lungs were subjected to an alveolar recruiting maneuver of 40 cm H 2 O for 40 seconds; however, the same alveolar recruiting maneuver resulted in detachment of alveolar epithelium in rats with

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