Equine lameness proceedings of a symposium, held in cooperation with the Western Veterinary Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 16 and 17, 1986

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Published by Veterinary Learning Systems Co. in Lawrenceville, N.J .

Written in English

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  • Lameness in horses.,
  • Horses -- Anatomy.,
  • Horses -- Diseases.

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Pagination40 p. :
Number of Pages40
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London, Saunders. Clayton, H. M (). The Dynamic Horse – A Biomechanical Guide to Equine Movement and Performance. Sport Horse Publications.

Denoix, J. Biomechanics and Physical Training [ ]. Diagnostic regional anesthesia (see Regional Anesthesia in Equine Lameness) should be used to determine the area of pain in all lame horses in which the lameness can be localized to a specific limb but not to a specific site on the limb.

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