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's winning percentage and race purse) increased. See page 931 Objective assessment of the compensatory effect of clinical hind limb lameness in horses When examining horses with multilimb lameness, the potential effects of compensatory lameness

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Ruminants Association of cause and severity of lameness with outcome for cattle on six commercial beef feedlots Cattle on 6 commercial feedlots in Kansas and Nebraska were evaluated over a 12-month period (mean daily population, 243,602 cattle) to

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degeneration and necrosis. See page 606 Equine Synostosis of the first and second ribs in six horses Six horses with forelimb lameness had radiographic evidence of synostosis of the first and second ribs. The SFSR was considered the probable

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PAGE 731 Effect of lameness on sow longevity In sows, lameness is a common cause of compromised animal well-being and economic loss. However, diagnosis of lameness can be unreliable because of the lack of a criterion-referenced standard. In a

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gait analysis of trotting horses Various horse-mounted systems have been developed to assist in the diagnosis of mild lameness in horses, with one of these inertial sensor systems having achieved widespread clinical use. Although the system is easy to

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domestic shorthair cat with several months' history of left thoracic limb lameness revealed a firm mass palpable in the left scapular region. Radiographic, ultrasonographic, cytologic, and magnetic resonance imaging findings were all strongly suggestive of

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from the hospital. See PAGE 638 Use of kinetic gait analysis for differentiation of hind limb lameness and spinal ataxia in horses Differentiating between hind limb lameness and spinal ataxia in horses can be challenging, particularly

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Effects of resveratrol administration in performance horses with lameness localized to the distal tarsal joints Results of a randomized, controlled clinical trial involving 45 horses with distal tarsal joint lameness indicated that intraarticular

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tarsal joints is the most common cause of hind limb lameness in performance horses. Arthrodesis or facilitated ankylosis can be a long-term solution, but the only current medical treatment (intra-articular injection of sodium monoiodoacetate) is

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than measurements obtained with the dogs sitting. See page 1523 Associations among exercise duration, lameness severity, and hip joint range of motion in Labrador Retrievers with hip dysplasia In a study involving 60 Labrador Retrievers

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