Complete ulnas and fibulas in a pony foal.

@article{Shamis1985CompleteUA,
  title={Complete ulnas and fibulas in a pony foal.},
  author={L D Shamis and Jan Auer},
  journal={Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association},
  year={1985},
  volume={186 8},
  pages={802-4}
}
Complete ulnas and fibulas were found in a 10-month-old Welsh Pony examined because of severe flexural deformity, with carpal and tarsal valgus deformities, in all limbs. Presence of these normally vestigial structures is considered a form of atavism. At one week of age, periosteal transection was performed for the angular deformity, resulting in no… CONTINUE READING