Septic arthritis was more likely in the presence of surgical site infection and younger age
SCLs in the medial tibial condyle can occur in association with SCLs of the medial femoral condyle, with a poor prognosis for return to athletic function
Hind limb lameness can cause compensatory load redistribution evidenced as ipsilateral forelimb lameness
Internal fixation based on an accurate diagnosis of the individual fracture configuration can result in a very good prognosis
Ultrasonographic examination of suspensory ligament should allow more accurate prognostic advice and intervention and prevention opportunities for clinical SLBI
Evaluation of both pelvic rise and fall may be important when assessing hind limb lameness in horses
More distal screw allows placement of a longer screw and renders a more rigid fracture fixation, but a higher risk of solar canal penetration
Acepromazine produces significant alterations in the gait pattern with differences between doses, but it does not affect coordination variables in normal unexcited horses
The lateral injection technique for the navicular bursa avoids penetration of the DDFT, although risk of synovial penetration must be considered when there is potential DIP joint or DFTS infection
Forelimb lameness had a significant effect on hindlimb and pelvic movement in horses with clinical lameness