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Ultrasound and clinical findings in the metacarpophalangeal joint assessment of show jumping horses in training

Yamada ALM, Pinheiro M, Marsiglia MF, Hagen SCF, Baccarin RYA, Silva LCLCd

Background: Physical exercise is known to cause significant joint changes. Thus, monitoring joint behavior of athletic horses is essential in early disorders recognition, allowing the proper management. Objectives: The aims of...
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An atypical presentation of leiomyosarcoma causing extremity compartment syndrome of the crural region in a Dutch Warmblood mare: a case report

Giacchi A, Marcatili , Withers J, Knottenbelt D

A 12-year-old Warmblood mare was presented with an acute onset left hindlimb lameness associated with generalised soft tissue swelling of the entire limb and medial saphenous vein (MSV) thrombophlebitis. A...
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Ultrasonographic ovarian dynamic, plasma progesterone, and non-esterified fatty acids in lame postpartum dairy cows

Melendez P, Gomez V, Bothe H, Rodriguez , Velez J, Lopez H, Bartolome , Archbald L

The objective of this study was to compare ovulation rate, number of large ovarian follicles, and concentrations of plasma progesterone (P4) and non-esterified fatty acids (NEFA) between lame (n =...
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Two clinical isolates of Mycoplasma hyosynoviae showed differing pattern of lameness and pathogen detection in experimentally challenged pigs

Gomes-Neto JC, Raymond M, Bower L, Ramirez A, Madson DM, Strait EL, Rosey EL, Rapp-Gabrielson VJ

Mycoplasma (M.) hyosynoviae is known to colonize and cause disease in growing-finishing pigs. In this study, two clinical isolates of M. hyosynoviae were compared by inoculating cesarean-derived colostrum-deprived and specific-pathogen-free...
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Total hip replacement in two dogs with unsuccessful femoral head ostectomy

Heo SY, Seol JW, Lee HB

An English setter (case 1) and a Tibetan mastiff (case 2) presented with intermittent weight-bearing lameness on the right hind limb when trotting. The dogs had a history of femoral...
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Stress and pain response after oligofructose induced-lameness in dairy heifers

Bustamante HA, Rodriguez , Herzberg D, Werner MP

Lameness is one of the most painful conditions that affects dairy cattle. This study was conducted to evaluate clinical signs and plasma concentration of several pain and stress biomarkers after...
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Palmar annular ligament desmitis in horses: retrospective study between desmotomy and desmectomy techniques

Escodro PB, Lopes PF, Bruhn FR

  • KMID: 1790574
  • Korean J Vet Res.
  • 2013 Dec;53(4):257-261.
This study evaluated two different surgical techniques for the treatment of palmar annular ligament desmitis (PAL) in horses. The group 1 (G1) consisted of 11 Thoroughbred submitted to desmotomy, and...
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Osteochondrodysplasia in three Scottish Fold cats

Chang J, Jung J, Oh S, Lee S, Kim G, Kim H, Kweon O, Yoon J, Choi M

This report explains typical radiographic features ofScottish Fold osteochondrodysplasia. Three Scottish Foldcats suffering from lameness were referred to theVeterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, Seoul NationalUniversity, Korea. Based on the breed predisposition,history,...
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Recent footrot outbreak in Debrezeit swine farm, central Ethiopia

Sori T

  • KMID: 1090776
  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2005 Dec;6(4):367-368.
An outbreak of footrot has occurred in Debrezeit swine farm that is located 44 km south east of the capital. Among 24 pigs, 75% showed lameness, hot, painful and swollen...
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