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A Mangalarga foal was examined presenting both front limb lameness. The clinical examination revealed angular limb deformity and increased pain sensation, notably on the front left limb, which showed a reduced range of motion on the metacarpophalangeal joint. X-ray images indicated chronic ...

Lacerda Neto, J. C.; Gravena, K.; Canola, J. C.; Cattelan, J. W.
FEPMVZ - Editora, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia, 2011, 63, 2, pp 488-491

Villonodular Synovitis (VNS) represents a common condition involving fetlocks of forelimbs in racehorses. Chronic trauma affecting the synovial plica of metacarpo/metatarsophalangeal joints during hyperextension causes its thickening and histological modifications. Horses show mild to moderate ...

Toniato, M.
Ippologia, 1998, 9, 3, pp 57-63

This paper reviews the current status of diagnostic and surgical arthroscopy in the horse. Arthroscopy has been used as a diagnostic aid since 1974 and is useful for evaluating abnormalities in synovial membrane and articular cartilage. Surgical arthroscopy is a more recent advance that has...

McIlwraith, C. W.
Equine Veterinary Journal, 1984, 16, 1, pp 11-19

Eight cases of sessile, intra-articular soft tissue masses originating from the cranio-dorsal attachment of the capsule of the fetlock joint of horses are presented. In 4 cases an osteochondral fracture of the first phalanx was also present. Clinically the condition closely resembled villonodular ...

Veenendaal, J. C. van; Moffatt, R. E.
Australian Veterinary Journal, 56, 11, pp 533-536
Cover for bone, foot diseases and lameness in small ruminants

Lameness or disordered gait is a common clinical sign in small ruminants (goats, sheep and deer). Inability or reluctance to move or changed gait in...

Cover for bone, foot diseases and lameness in large ruminants

Lameness, the modification of gait, is a clinical sign of many diseases and disorders. It is a reaction on the part of the animal to relieve or adapt...


There exist over 200 distinct breeds of sheep Ovis aries. The breeds differ in their physical characteristics. Female sheep tend to be smaller than...


Males weigh between 45 and 55 kilos and females weigh between 25 and 35 kilos. Colouration is highly variable from mostly black, to various shades...

Cover for Sus scrofa (pigs)

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