Managing Chronic Laminitis: Form and Function

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The visible signs of chronic laminitis are enough to break any horse owner's heart--the dished, ridged hoof walls, the uncomfortable gait. But what's at the heart of the visible clinical signs, and, once a horse has progressed to this stage, can we do anything to significantly improve his quality of life?

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