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L aminitis is a debilitating and often fatal condition in horses, in which separation of the laminar junction between the hoof wall and dermis occurs. 1 Early detection of laminitis is crucial to initiate appropriate therapy before the occurrence

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

Introduction Injuries to the hoof wall and feet of horses are common in equine practice. 1 – 3 The most common injuries to the foot and hoof wall are secondary to trauma (hoof wall avulsion, heel bulb laceration, etc) or penetrating foreign

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

, incorporating an inertial measurement unit and thermistor, were mounted on the dorsal hoof wall with adhesive before 18F-FDG injection and removed 45 minutes after injection, before the time of PET scan acquisition. Raw accelerometer data from the inertial

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

the cannon bone, the pastern, and the hoof wall of the right forelimb and the right hindlimb ( Figure 1 ) . Figure 1 Inertial motor sensor units (IMUs) placement for data collection. 1: Withers, 2: Thoracolumbar junction (T18), 3: Tuber sacrale

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

the distal phalanx and the dorsal hoof wall was ranging from −3.5° to 4.0°, with an average angle of 0.02°. The distance from the medial to the lateral fovea of the first phalanx ranged from 55.4 to 79.6 mm and was on average 62.3 mm in group L and

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

lamellar tissue of the dorsal hoof wall and pressure of the apex of the distal phalanx on the sole. 1 – 3 The procedure may be performed by transecting the DDFT at midmetacarpal/metatarsal or pastern levels. Both tenotomy procedures can be performed in the

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research