Clinical Examination, Differential Analgesia and Imaging Modalities for Investigation of Distal Limb Lameness - Proceedings of AAEP Focus Meeting - Fort Collins, 2007


Diseases of the front feet are the most common cause of lameness in horses. A survey of 43,500 lame horses in general veterinary practice in the UK in the early sixties, found the foot to be the cause of the lameness in over 30% of horses. A more recent study estimated that the navicular bone alone was responsible for approximately one-third of chronic… (More)


6 Figures and Tables