Researchers: Flexion Tests Target Fetlock Joint
- Sep 29, 2010
In a closer look at the standard forelimb flexion test, researchers from Ireland and the Netherlands found that any forelimb lameness detectable with this method generally shows up in the fetlock joint. They also found that the exam can render a false positive result in this joint (indicating that the horse is lame when in reality he is not), depending on how much force is used when conducti
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