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Problem A 5-year-old male Labrador Retriever weighing 29.1 kg (64 lb) was referred to the University of Missouri Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital for evaluation of lameness of the right forelimb. The dog was used for hunting purposes but

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Problem A 10-year-old female Quarter Horse weighing 480 kg (1,055 lb) was referred to the Texas A&M University Large Animal Clinic for evaluation of nonweight-bearing grade 5 lameness (5-point scale) 1 of the right forelimb. A tentative

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lameness. The dog had a previous history of severe left-sided hip joint osteoarthritis and dysplasia diagnosed via radiography at 7 years of age; an acute rupture of the right cranial cruciate ligament at 8 years of age, which was treated successfully with

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Problem A 6-year-old spayed female Newfoundland weighing 57.5 kg (126.5 lb) was evaluated at the University of Missouri Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital for a 5-month history of right hind limb lameness manifested as a decrease in physical

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competed in agility events, and the owner had observed that the dog would refuse or not successfully complete jumps and A-frames during training and competition. According to the owner, the dog also had signs of mild, intermittent lameness of the right hind

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