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Animals —Eight clinically normal adult mixed-breed horses (4 geldings and 4 mares) were selected randomly from the University of Tennessee's teaching herd. The horses had no history of laminitis or lameness. Physical examination, hoof-tester application

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the responses of laminar vessels to PGF 2α in horses. Materials and Methods Animals —Ten mixed-breed horses ranging in age from 4 to 12 years old (mean, 9 years) were used in the study. Each horse lacked clinical evidence of lameness, and survey

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). Among the 11 cats in the control group (group 1), 1 cat had nasal stridor because of a piece of grass lodged in the nasopharynx, 1 cat had cystitis, 2 cats had a history of trauma, and 1 was evaluated because of lameness. The remaining 6 cats were

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age from 6 to 14 years (mean, 11 years). To be included in the study, each horse lacked clinical evidence of lameness, and survey radiographs of the forelimb digits revealed no abnormalities. All protocols were approved by the University of Georgia

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