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The Cornell Veterinarian
Bone and joint diseases in the horse, as observed by the veterinary clinician, assume many forms frequently producing signs of lameness. The bones or joints of the limbs are most commonly affected and many factors which operate either singly or collectively produce the lesions observed.
Raker, C. W. (1968). Clinical Observations of Bone and Joint Diseases in Horses. The Cornell Veterinarian, 58 (Suppl.) 15-28. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/vet_papers/64
Date Posted: 11 June 2014
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