2022
DOI: 10.1016/j.jevs.2022.104136
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Changes in Head, Withers, and Pelvis Movement Asymmetry in Lame Horses as a Function of Diagnostic Anesthesia Outcome, Surface and Direction

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“…Furthermore, while the withers asymmetry was reduced in response to the block, the direction of change was opposite to that of the corresponding pelvic asymmetry parameter. Similar findings have been made in a study of horses with a subjectively judged positive response to diagnostic analgesia 19 …”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 86%
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“…Furthermore, while the withers asymmetry was reduced in response to the block, the direction of change was opposite to that of the corresponding pelvic asymmetry parameter. Similar findings have been made in a study of horses with a subjectively judged positive response to diagnostic analgesia 19 …”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 86%
“…Similar findings have been made in a study of horses with a subjectively judged positive response to diagnostic analgesia. 19 We believe these differences observed in head and withers asymmetry pattern could be useful in a clinical setting for distinguishing between true forelimb lameness and compensatory head movement asymmetry originating from a primary hindlimb lameness. 1,2,[4][5][6] To investigate this further, hindlimb lame horses with an absolute value for HDmin >15 mm were selected.…”
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confidence: 91%
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“…However, when the same lameness induction method on warmbloods was used, 22 lameness patterns were similar to those seen later in clinical cases with different kinds of pathologies 35 . Second, only one surface type was investigated, which is known to affect kinematics and stride temporal parameters 36 . Finally, only subtle/mild lameness was induced to minimise the discomfort experienced by the horses during this study.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 59%
“…35 Second, only one surface type was investigated, which is known to affect kinematics and stride temporal parameters. 36 Finally, only subtle/mild lameness was…”
Section: Walk In-handmentioning
confidence: 99%