Case Study: Detection of low level bilateral suspensory desmitis with the aid of objective measurement
By Equinosis Certified Practitioner Mitch Byrd, DVM | Updated on | Bilateral Lameness, M Byrd
Signalment: 14yr Warmblood mare showing upper-level dressage. March 8, 2019 Previous RF check ligament injury. The horse presented March 8, 2019 with a complaint of performance limitations. The horse was examined, and a CBC/Chem and metabolic panel were run with no significant findings. April 25, 2019 The horse was re-evaluated after the owner was concerned the horse had tied up. Muscle palpation was normal. CK was mildly elevated. Hip high RH at walk, 2/5 RH at trot on grass. Upper limb flexions were positive on both rear limbs.Suspensory compressions on the hindlimbs were equivalent. April 27, 2019 Radiographs...