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Near Infrared Spectroscopic Mapping of Functional Properties of Equine Articular Cartilage
Mechanical properties of articular cartilage are vital for normal joint function, which can be severely compromised by injuries. Quantitative characterization of cartilage injuries, and evaluation ofExpand
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Concentrados autólogos de plaquetas como tratamiento de lesiones de tejidos blandos del aparato locomotor en caballos
The efficacy of an autologous platelet concentrate (APC) in 5 horses with soft tissue musculoskeletal injuries namely: superficial digital flexor tendon (SDF...
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Application of optical coherence tomography enhances reproducibility of arthroscopic evaluation of equine joints
BackgroundArthroscopy is widely used in various equine joints for diagnostic and surgical purposes. However, accuracy of defining the extent of cartilage lesions and reproducibility in grading ofExpand
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Modified technique for common carotid artery transposition in standing horses
OBJECTIVE To describe a modified technique for permanent translocation of the common carotid artery (CCA) to a subcutaneous position in standing horses. STUDY DESIGN Experimental study. ANIMALSExpand
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The Use of the Water Treadmill for the Rehabilitation of Musculoskeletal Injuries in the Sport Horse
Abstract In recent years, exercise on a water treadmill has come to have great relevance in rehabilitation and training centres for sport horses. Its use exploits certain physical properties ofExpand
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Clinical efficacy of clodronic acid in horses diagnosed with navicular syndrome: A field study using objective and subjective lameness evaluation.
Navicular syndrome, a common cause of equine forelimb lameness, is associated with pathological changes in the navicular bone. Consequently, administration of bisphosphonates (BPs) has been advocatedExpand
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Capacitive resistive electric transfer modifies gait pattern in horses exercised on a treadmill
BackgroundCapacitive resistive electric transfer (CRET), a radiofrequency at 448 kHz, resulted in increased superficial and deep temperature and hemoglobin saturation, faster elimination of metabolicExpand
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Combined Effects of Water Depth and Velocity on the Accelerometric Parameters Measured in Horses Exercised on a Water Treadmill
Simple Summary Anecdotal comments of some trainers suggest that exercise on a water treadmill (WT), due to the greater difficulty of movement in water compared to air, increases muscularization andExpand
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