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Inertial properties of Dutch Warmblood horses.
Heart rate and heart rate variability during a novel object test and a handling test in young horses
Effects of platelet‐rich plasma on the quality of repair of mechanically induced core lesions in equine superficial digital flexor tendons: A placebo‐controlled experimental study
- G. Bosch, H. V. van Schie, P. R. van Weeren
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of orthopaedic research : official…
- 27 August 2009
It was concluded that PRP increases metabolic activity and seems to advance maturation of repair tissue over nontreated experimentally induced tendon lesions, which suggests thatPRP might be beneficial in the treatment of clinical tendon injuries.
Quantifying aspects of young horses' temperament: consistency of behavioural variables
The effect of platelet‐rich plasma on the neovascularization of surgically created equine superficial digital flexor tendon lesions
- G. Bosch, M. Moleman, A. Barneveld, P. R. van Weeren, H. V. van Schie
- Medicine, BiologyScandinavian journal of medicine & science in…
- 1 August 2011
The repair process of tendon injuries, which are common in both human and equine athletes, is slow and the quality of the repair tissue is often inferior to the original tendon tissue, which…
Head and trunk movement adaptations in horses with experimentally induced fore- or hindlimb lameness.
The maximal vertical acceleration of the head and displacement amplitude of the tuber sacrale proved to be the best indicators to quantify a fore- and hindlimb lameness, respectively.
Contact areas and pressure distribution on the proximal articular surface of the proximal phalanx under sagittal plane loading.
The results of this study suggest that the frequent occurrence of osteochondral lesions at the dorsal articular margin of PI is caused by the combination of the intermittent character and the high absolute values of loads at this site as they occur during athletic performance.
Differences in second-intention wound healing between horses and ponies: macroscopic aspects.
It is concluded that second-intention healing of deep wounds occurs faster in ponies than in horses, and attempts to improve second- intention wound healing in clinical practice should be directed at stimulation of wound contraction.
Kinematics of treadmill versus overground locomotion in horses.
- H. Buchner, H. Savelberg, H. Schamhardt, H. Merkens, A. Barneveld
- Biology, EngineeringThe Veterinary quarterly
- 1 May 1994
The vertical movement of the hooves as well as the withers was smaller on the treadmill than on rubber ground, which is supposed to be an important reason for the differences in biomechanics and kinematics between treadmill and overground locomotion.
The effect of orthopaedic shoeing on the force exerted by the deep digital flexor tendon on the navicular bone in horses.
It is concluded that shoes with heel wedges reduce the force on the navicular bone as a result of a decreased moment of force at the distal interphalangeal joint in combination with a decreased angle between the deep digital flexor tendon distally and proximally of the Navicular bone.