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    Suspensory Ligament Injuries in Horses
    by Barbara Meierhenry




    Pages: 21
    Publisher: Center for Equine Health, UC, Davis
    Edition: 2007
    Language: English
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    All horses are subjects to tendon and ligament injuries, regardles of breed or wether they performance horses or ridden for occasional trail ride. Of course athetic horses by their occupation are at greater risk.
    These injuries can occur in the both forelimbs and hindlimbs and can be serious enough to end an athletic career or life style.


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    Introduction
    Injury to the Suspensory Ligament
    Diagnosis of Tendon or Ligament Injuries
    Primary Locations of Suspensory Injury
    Healing of the Suspensory Ligament
    Summary Opinion


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