Penetrating Injuries in Horse Hooves

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When it comes to penetrating hoof injuries, early, aggressive treatment is key to a favorable outcome. Penetrating foreign bodies confined to the frog or sulci can invade critical structures including the coffin bone, navicular bone, navicular bursa, deep digital flexor tendon sheath, and/or the coffin joint, noted Kilcoyne. All of the cases the team examined involved horses presenting with a

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