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improper catheter placement, local edema formation, infection, pain, and lameness. 5 , 6 Investigation of novel pharmacologic agents, such as extended-release (liposomal encapsulated) bupivacaine offers hope for improved analgesia. 7 Liposomal

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

Abstract

OBJECTIVE

The intention of this tutorial video is to illustrate the methods of examining the forelimb and neck of a horse in order to identify abnormalities that may be associated with lameness or disease.

ANIMAL

A 16-year-old quarter horse gelding was used for examination.

METHODS

The horse was examined for abnormalities by means of physical examination.

RESULTS

The examination of the forelimb and neck of the horse was successfully completed.

CLINICAL RELEVANCE

This examination technique is required to identify abnormalities in the equine forelimb and can be utilized during a lameness examination.

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

conformation that predisposes the limb to patellar luxation over time. 1 Clinical signs of patellar luxation vary based on the severity of luxation but include gait abnormalities and intermittent progressive lameness. 1 Not all affected dogs show clinical

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

Introduction Lameness is a common problem in horses. Equine veterinarians are often called upon to diagnose the source of lameness and institute appropriate treatment to return horses to soundness promptly. A lameness examination typically

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

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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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

-term outcomes have been reported when postliminary meniscal tears were treated arthroscopically by partial meniscectomy in dogs already treated for a CCL-deficient stifle, with improvement or resolution of the lameness in 96.5% of cases. 9 Nevertheless, a

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

, imaging diagnosis, clinical diagnosis, and imaging complications. Initially, lameness localization was performed by a referring equine veterinarian, specialist in equine surgery, or specialist in equine sports medicine through a lameness examination and

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

and intensity over 84 days. Outcome measures included physical examinations, lameness evaluations, and serum bone biomarkers. The study hypothesized that sheep would complete an incremental exercise protocol with limited evidence of morbidity on

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

return to full athleticism as low as 13% and a high rate of recurrence of lameness following conservative management. 1 , 4 , 11 Hind limb proximal suspensory desmitis has a significant impact on the horse industry due to its tendency to result in

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

Introduction In 1999, a 9-year-old 37-kg sexually intact male snow leopard ( Panthera uncia ; case 1) with no history of lameness was evaluated during a quarantine examination. Radiography revealed right femoral subluxation and flattening of

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research