Chips Off the Navicular Bone Not Uncommon, But Do They Cause Lameness?

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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the foot is a valuable tool in diagnosing equine lameness and can clearly identify fragments or chips originating from the distal border of the navicular bone...but researchers say, "so what?" "These fragments are seen in both lame and non-lame horses, which makes it difficult to determine if the fragments really are import

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