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the inner side of the joint capsule in all the treated OA goats.” Diseased (OA) joints will often show signs of gross inflammation, such as synovitis and villous hyperplasia, 13 which may affect the gross appearance and possibly even the uptake of 2

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acute reversible synovitis and signs of pain in dogs, analogous to gout in human patients. 8 In dogs, intra-articular injection of sodium urate has been frequently used to induce synovitis of the stifle joint, 9–14 generally to assess the efficacy of

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In horses, detection and suppression of inflammation during the early stages of synovitis may substantially improve prognosis and future athletic function. 1 Traditionally, synovitis has been treated by means of parenteral administration of

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CCLD. 12–15 Importantly, synovitis has been detected in stifle joints with an intact CCL that subsequently developed CCLD when assessed in dogs undergoing surgical intervention for CCLD in the contralateral stifle joint. 10,11 Although histologic

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Intrasynovial infection causes severe, debilitating lameness in horses. 1,2 The lowest reported estimates of mortality rates are 8% in adults 3 and 22% in foals. 4 Most commonly, septic synovitis occurs within a joint 1 ; however, septic

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a proprietary NK 1 receptor antagonist a in dogs with monosodium urate–induced synovitis in a stifle joint. Our hypothesis was that administration of the NK 1 receptor antagonist would result in a significant improvement in vertical ground

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ideal, the amphotericin B–induced synovitisarthritis model embodies many of these characteristics. Amphotericin B, a polyene antimicrobial, has been used since the late 1970s as part of an aseptic transient synovitis lameness model in horses. 17

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) to attenuate lameness attributable to urate-induced synovitis in the stifle joint of dogs and to compare the effects of those 2 antagonists with effects of an NSAID (carprofen) known to successfully attenuate signs of pain in dogs with urate

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gait and the efficacy of denervation in the treatment of joint pain. In a recent study 20 of healthy dogs, investigators described the development of a novel method for inducing acute synovitis of the hip joint by intra-articular injection of sodium

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mean tibial plateau angle and were more likely to have rupture of the contralateral CCL, neutrophils in their synovial fluid, and hemosiderin-laden macrophages in their synovium and less likely to have synovial fibrosis. Persistent synovitis is

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