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diastolic peak velocity (arrow). Figure 3— Doppler waveform of the LPDA in a horse with laminitis and without radiographic changes (rotation or sinking of the third phalanx) showing a laminar blood flow pattern with a prominent peak systolic

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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

laminitis Results of a new study suggest that Doppler ultrasonography is a useful complementary tool to detect digital blood flow changes in horses with systemic inflammatory response syndrome, especially in horses with a palpable increase in digital pulse

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L aminitis is a crippling disease of mechanical failure of the laminar tissue, an interdigitating fibrous structure, which suspends the distal phalanx within the hoof capsule. This failure results in rotation and sinking of the distal phalanx

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such that the medial hoof is preferentially loaded. This increased mechanical stress is thought to contribute to the high frequency of uniaxial displacement (“sinking”) of the distal phalanx relative to the hoof wall in severe acute laminitis cases. 20

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, enterocolitis, and abnormal fermentation in the caudal part of the alimentary canal, the epidermal and dermal layers separate within regions of the digital laminae, which causes the distal phalanx to rotate and sink within the hoof capsule. 2 This stretches

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University of California-Davis Davis, Calif Equine Laminitis James K. Belknap, DVM, PhD, DACVS & Raymond J. Geor, BVSc, PhD 455 pages. 2017. Wiley Blackwell. ISBN 978-1-119-94471-3. Price $159.99 . It was with great enthusiasm that I

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Horses are known to suffer from ischemic conditions such as laminitis, where dysfunction of the microvasculature of the laminal dermis has been implicated as an underlying cause. 2 Similarly, other ischemic conditions such as delayed wound healing, or

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research