Problems originating from the stifle joint are a common cause of rear limb lameness and reduced performance.
Equine suspensory desmitis is a common cause of lameness in the athletic equine, regardless of discipline.
Stem cells are primitive cells present in almost every tissue that have the ability to differentiate into different types of tissue
Pathology in the distal limb is one of the most common etiologies of lameness and poor performance in the equine athlete.
Colic in the horse makes up a large part of equine veterinary practice.
Most cases of equine lameness are treated with a combination of medical and other non-surgical methods.
Every equine sport or disciple has its own set of common disorders, so a basic knowledge of the sport and training techniques is very useful in both finding the problem and communicating with the people involved.
Lameness problems and decreased performance are common in the equine athlete, and comprises a large part of performance horse veterinary medicine.
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