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Equine laminitis 2. Management and prognosis in the chronic stage



Equine laminitis 2. Management and prognosis in the chronic stage



In Practice 28(9): 526-536



Chronic laminitis commences when structural changes occur within the digit as a result of the pathophysiological processes outlined in Part 1 of this article (In Practice, September 2006, volume 28, pp 434-443). Chronic laminitis may develop rapidly as a progression from acute or subacute laminitis or over months or years without prior evidence of digital pain or lameness. The clinical presentation is determined by the degree of laminar separation and any secondary pathologies that occur.

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DOI: 10.1136/inpract.28.9.526


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