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History A 12-year-old Quarter Horse gelding was examined for bilateral forelimb lameness of 5 years' duration that had increasingly worsened over 4 months, especially when the horse was on hard ground. Previous treatments including corrective

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History A 5-year-old male neutered Labrador Retriever was presented to an academic referral institution for further evaluation of chronic, progressive right hind limb lameness. Approximately 4 months prior to presentation, the dog developed a

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History A 13-year-old 626-kg (1,377-lb) Georgian Grande gelding used for upper-level dressage was referred for evaluation because of left hind limb lameness that had progressed from mild lameness noticed approximately 4 weeks before referral

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History A 4-year-old 38.4-kg castrated male Labrador Retriever–Poodle cross was presented to Texas A&M University’s Small Animal Emergency Service because of left thoracic limb lameness. The dog was initially presented to another emergency

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History A 1.5-year-old 24-kg intact female German Shepherd Dog presented to the primary veterinarian for a history of lameness and swelling on the lateral aspect of the right antebrachium. The dog was initially administered a tapering anti

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shoulder region, with a discharging tract over the area cranial to the fossa supraspinata. When trotted in a straight line, the horse had right forelimb lameness grade 3 on a scale from 0 (no lameness) to 5 (minimal weight bearing or inability to move

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History A 15-year-old Quarter Horse gelding was referred with a 5-day history of lameness. Clinical examination revealed that the horse had a grade 3 of 5 lameness of the right forelimb. Signs of pain were evident when pressure was applied

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History An 8-year-old castrated male Labrador Retriever was evaluated because of right thoracic limb lameness of 2 weeks' duration. The lameness may have been precipitated by jumping on a curb during a routine walk. Treatment with an NSAID for

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History A 6-month-old Duroc gilt intended for show purposes and weighing 136 kg (299 lb) was referred for a 1-month history of progressive left hind limb lameness and tarsocrural joint effusion. Intra-articular administration of

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History An 8-year-old Saddlebred gelding was referred for further evaluation of severe right hind limb lameness of 8 weeks' duration. A preceding traumatic event could not be determined, and a favorable response to conservative management

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