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bupivacaine hydrochloride (BHCl) in an adjustable sole-pressure–induced model of forelimb lameness in horses. As this model was not used for a duration of > 3 to 4 hours, we had a subobjective to determine whether the model resulted in similar lameness for a

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Many horses with chronic lameness secondary to heel pain become unwanted because of the high costs of long-term management. 1 Palmar digital neurectomy has been used since the late 1700s to treat heel pain in horses, 2 but this procedure is

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shows that lameness of horses caused by naturally occurring foot pain was ameliorated for up to 120 minutes when the PDNs were anesthetized with mepivacaine. Another study indicates that lameness of horses caused by experimentally induced foot pain was

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indigenous to Iran (mean ± SD age, 4.8 ± 0.8 years; weight, 177 ± 31.5 kg) were selected for study participation. Cows were randomly selected from a university research herd; criteria for exclusion from the study included pregnancy, signs of lameness, or

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stiffness or lameness) Reluctant to move even when encouraged Overall response to treatment, compared with assessment on day 0 Excellent (clinical signs disappeared) Good (clear amelioration of signs) Acceptable (slight improvement) Poor (no

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