Pelvic Fractures

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Q: My horse was sound when he was turned out one night, and the next morning he was lame in the hind end. It took quite a few diagnostics by my veterinarian before it was determined that he had suffered a slight pelvic fracture. How common is this and what is his prognosis? A: Unlike in small animals, pelvic fractures in horses are much less common. A 1989 article in the Equine Veterinary...

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