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Abstract

Chronic active tenosynovitis of the digital sheath can become increasingly complicated by intrathecal mass and adhesion development, annular ligament constriction, and secondary linear clefting or flattening of the tendons. Endoscopic techniques (tenoscopy) provide a minimally invasive mechanism...

Author(s)
Nixon, A. J.
Publisher
W.B. Saunders, Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Clinical Techniques in Equine Practice, 2002, 1, 4, pp 245-256
Abstract

Objective - To determine the clinical, radiographic, ultrasonographic and arthroscopic findings associated with tenosynovitis of the carpal synovial sheath induced by exostoses that originate from the caudal surface of the physeal scar of the distal radius and determine the results of surgical...

Author(s)
Nixon, A. J.; Schachter, B. L.; Pool, R. R.
Publisher
American Veterinary Medical Association, Schaumburg, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 2004, 224, 2, pp 264-270
Abstract

Reasons for performing study: Although a well recognised clinical entity, only small numbers of osteochondromata on the caudal distal radius have previously been published and its occurrence in young racing Thoroughbreds has not previously been reported. Identification and management of associated...

Author(s)
Wright, I. M.; Minshall, G. J.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 2012, 44, 3, pp 319-324
Abstract

A cuff fitted around the limb provided pulses of pressure waves to promote lymphatic drainage. It was applied for 30 min a day for 2 weeks at a pressure of 40 Torr to treat oedematous swellings, and was successful in 31 of 48 horses with tenosynovitis and carpal hygroma.

Author(s)
Onderka, J.; Deri, G.; Andres, F.; Liebich, H. G.
Citation
Pferdeheilkunde, 1992, 8, 5, pp 321-329