Lameness and Pelvic Height

The results of a recent study published in the American Journal of Veterinary Research suggest that hind limb lameness in the horse can be evaluated most effectively and objectively by measuring changes in pelvic height during trotting.

Accurate assessment of lameness in horses is essential for making the correct diagnosis and deciding on the proper treatment. Detecting and

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