The pathophysiology of chronic laminitis. Pain and anatomic pathology.

Abstract

The potential pathologic manifestations of chronic laminitis are just as varied, and possibly more so, than the list of possible inciting agents of the disease itself. The extent to which rehabilitation and return to normal function can be attained, cannot always be accurately determined by physical examination. It should be remembered that significant… (More)

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@article{Morgan1999ThePO, title={The pathophysiology of chronic laminitis. Pain and anatomic pathology.}, author={Sherry J. Morgan and Deborah A Grosenbaugh and David M Hood}, journal={The Veterinary clinics of North America. Equine practice}, year={1999}, volume={15 2}, pages={395-417, vii} }