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orthopedic examination. The severity of lameness may vary from none to marked, and the response to intra-articular anesthesia varies among horses. 10 However, in many young horses with osteochondrosis, a radiographic diagnosis of subclinical or occult

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C , et al. Dogs with patent Dirofilaria immitis infection have higher expression of circulating IL-4, IL-10 and iNOS mRNA than those with occult infection . Vet Immunol Immunopathol 2007 ; 115 : 184 – 188 . 10.1016/j.vetimm.2006.10.004 37

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evaluation of injured human knees suggests that occult injuries are more common than overt chondral or osteochondral fractures. 18 The use of magnetic resonance imaging has revealed SCB edema (or bone bruises) in the femoral condyle and tibial plateau of

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further supports the suspicion that soft tissue injury during surgery contributed to the lameness. However, occult preexisting lameness that was not initially detected cannot be ruled out and overload of the contralateral limb, caused by shifting weight

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