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solution to investigate diffusion for a smaller volume. Injections were performed by an experienced clinician (n = 8) and a fifth-year veterinary student (16). The number of attempts required to obtain synovial fluid, whether by spontaneous leakage or

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joint injections; one was an equine veterinarian who had previous experience with use of the technique, and the other 3 were third-year veterinary students who had not previously performed stifle joint injections. The veterinary students were provided

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at the level of the proximal edge of the cast would be greater for a short cast configuration than for a tall cast configuration. Materials and Methods Animals Client- or student-owned dogs were enrolled in the study. Dogs were included in

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longitudinal axis of the bone. Dotted-and-dashed white line with 2 arrowheads = 4 cm. See Figure 1 for remainder of key. Statistical analysis —A paired Student t test was used for analysis of the data for each investigator to assess repeatability of

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between PSSM and control horses by use of a Student t test. Unpaired 2-tail Student t tests were used to compare PSSM and control horses with respect to resting glucose and insulin concentrations, ratio of mean corrected glucose infusion rate to mean

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. Results were analyzed by use of a computer software program. b Data for serum CK activity were logarithmically transformed to achieve an approximate Gaussian distribution. Comparisons between groups of horses were performed by use of Student t tests

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compared among ligaments by use of a 1-way ANOVA with the Student-Newman-Keuls post hoc test for multiple comparisons. d All data were evaluated for normality. A rank transformation was performed on data that were not normally distributed. Ligaments were

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. Materials and Methods Dogs —Staff and students of the School of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Pennsylvania were recruited to enroll their dogs in this study. To be included, dogs were required to be free of any clinically important orthopedic or

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application to the tendon, SDFTs were dissected from the same limbs. The in vivo study was performed with a pony under general anesthesia that afterwards was to be used for a regular practical training session for veterinary students and that was scheduled to

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faculty, graduate and veterinary students, and staff of the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences, Texas A&M University. Respondents who owned an adult (≥ 1-year-old) dog that was healthy and able to walk on a leash and safely and

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