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-inflammatory drug (NSAID), an activity commonly known as “stacking,” in performance horses with lameness. We completed a pilot project and an expanded study on this subject with multiple components, one of which is reflected in the AJVR article. The dosages of

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.” Second place, oral : P.E. Almeida, Michigan State University, for “Signature gene expression of peripheral mononuclear cells and decreased serum DHEA in dairy cows with lameness.” Poster, first place : M. Rinaldi, University of Milan, Italy, for “Cis

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, and shoulder injuries. Additional concerns that have been expressed are that the horses used for these rodeos are underfed, overused, and repeatedly roped until lame, sometimes with rope burns down to the bone. The Professional Rodeo Cowboys

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-level clinical services for small and large animals as well as accommodate diagnostic services in the areas of pathology, microbiology, parasitology, virology, and immunology. Other new features include a dog park, covered equine lameness arena, equine neonatal

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a lameness diagnostic center, event-sized arena, imaging unit, farrier shop, and equine rehabilitation center with an underwater treadmill and free walker. The Equine Hospital and Rehabilitation Center are expected to open by the end of 2012. The

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), flea infestation (5.3 percent), lameness (4.0 percent), grade 1 periodontal disease (3.8 percent), skin tumors (3.8 percent), and conjunctivitis (3.5 percent). The top 10 diagnoses for cats in 2010 were dental calculus (39.7 percent), “healthy pet

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