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Case Study: Evaluating A Multi-Limb, Multi-Focal Lameness Using the Equinosis® Q

Case Study: Evaluating A Multi-Limb, Multi-Focal Lameness Using the Equinosis® Q

By Jose Castro Jose Castro, DVM, DACSVS, DABVP, CVA-Equine, ECP, Davie County Large Animal Hospital | Updated on | Case Study, Compensatory Lameness, FAQ, J Castro, Multiple Limb Lameness

SIGNALMENT:  An 11-year-old, mixed breed gelding, used for competitive trail riding, was evaluated for severe left hind lameness that occurred approximately 2 weeks prior presentation. HISTORY: The horse became lame at a show about 2 weeks prior presentation. He fell while being ridden and became acutely lame on his left hind limb. The degree of lameness was increased the following day. The referring veterinarian was called to evaluate the lameness. A low 4-point nerve block was performed and the lameness was eliminated. The horse received oral analgesics for 5 days and was stall rested. No diagnostic imaging (radiographs...

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Case Study: Evaluating A Multi-Limb, Multi-Focal Lameness Using the Equinosis® Q