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euthanized 48 hours after induction of laminitis. The degree of lameness that develops in horses after 48 hours has not been determined for this laminitis induction method, and it has not been established whether horses can recover from the damage caused by

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significantly higher in dexamethasone-treated horses than in control horses on day −2 only. Table 1— Mean ± SD results for ground reaction force data and subjective evaluation of lameness scores obtained for 16 dogs before oral administration of an NK 1

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opted to euthanize them. Reasons for donation included behavioral problems, lameness, blindness, and other chronic medical conditions. Dietary histories were not obtained for those horses. Serum insulin concentration For the horses in the insulin

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.07.001 14. Wilson A Weller R . The biomechanics of the equine limb and its effect on lameness . In: Ross MW Dyson SJ , eds. Diagnosis and management of lameness in the horse . 2nd ed. St Louis : Elsevier Saunders 2011 ; 277 . 15. Pollitt

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Purdue University Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Eleven horses had been donated because of problems unrelated to the gastrointestinal or endocrine systems (nonlaminitic lameness [n = 5], recurrent airway obstruction [3], heart murmur [1], behavioral

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analyses, and lameness examination, all horses were considered healthy and had nondiseased carpal joints. The 6 horses were assigned to 2 groups of 3; 1 group was studied at a time. Each horse in the group was administered TA IV, IM, or IA in a Latin square

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, Pettigrew A , et al. Lamellar pro-inflammatory cytokine expression patterns in laminitis at the developmental stage and at the onset of lameness: innate vs. adaptive immune response . Equine Vet J 2007 ; 39 : 42 – 47 . 10.2746/042516407X155406 38

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concentrations (4.1 ± 0.3 μg/dL) to < 0.5 μg/dL in all horses 19 hours after dexamethasone administration. Three horses had mild signs of laminitis during the study, including bilateral forelimb lameness (Obel grade, 1 to 2), prominent digital pulses, and

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