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R adiographic subchondral radiolucencies (SRs) are initially detected axially in the medial femoral condyle (MFC) of juvenile Thoroughbreds. 1 , 2 With the progression of maturity, they are situated centrodistally in the MFC, becoming more

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proximal phalanx is the more common presentation of the disease. Subchondral radiolucencies of the distal end of the proximal phalanx with concurrent severe OA were described in 6 horses by Trotter et al 9 and classified as osteochondrosis. Pool 10 later

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digits and 9 lateral digits). Lesions were localized to the abaxial and palmar aspects of all affected DIJs and were most evident on oblique projections. Subchondral radiolucencies were detected in 19 of 21 affected joints. These lucencies appeared as

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-articular anesthesia of the caudal pouch of the cubital joint. Radiographic evaluation of the left cubital joint revealed a subchondral radiolucency and periosteal reaction of the medial aspect of the radial tuberosity. There was also some irregularity of the articular

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