Kinematic evaluation of the back in fully functioning riding horses.

@article{Johnston2004KinematicEO,
  title={Kinematic evaluation of the back in fully functioning riding horses.},
  author={Ciaran J Johnston and K Holm and Charlotte Erichsen and Per Eksell and S A Drevemo},
  journal={Equine veterinary journal},
  year={2004},
  volume={36 6},
  pages={
          495-8
        }
}
REASONS FOR PERFORMING STUDY Clinical history and examination are important features in diagnosis of equine back dysfunction. However, interpretation is subjective and therefore may vary substantially. OBJECTIVES To establish a clinical tool to objectively evaluate the function of the equine back, in the form of a database on the kinematics of the back at the walk and trot in fully functioning riding horses. METHODS Thirty-three fully functioning riding horses walked and trotted on a… CONTINUE READING
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