Larry Lamers

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REASON FOR PERFORMING STUDY There are no detailed studies describing a relationship between hindlimb lameness and altered motion of the back. OBJECTIVES To quantify the effect of induced subtle hindlimb lameness on thoracolumbar kinematics in the horse. METHODS Kinematics of 6 riding horses were measured during walk and trot on a treadmill before and(More)
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