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Management of Lameness Causes in Sport Horses

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Management of Lameness Causes in Sport Horses

Arno Lindner

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Author: Arno Lindner

About The Book

Key aspects on the diagnosis and management of lameness caused by muscle, tendon, joint and bone related disorders in sport horses will be presented in this book. Topics included are among others:

  • Deep digital flexor tendon lesions in the fetlock region: Diagnosis.
  • Results of the treatment of the causes of distension of the deep digital flexor tendon.
  • Superficial digital flexor tendonitis: Diagnosis.
  • Management of superficial digital flexor tendonitis.
  • Proximal suspensory desmitis in fore- and hindlimbs: Diagnosis.
  • Management of proximal suspensory desmitis in fore and hindlimbs.
  • How are tendon injuries tackled in human athletes?
  • Osteoarthritis & traumatic joint disease: Diagnosis.
  • Management of osteoarthritis & traumatic joint disease.
  • How is osteoarthritis & traumatic joint disease managed in human athletes?
  • Monitoring training and disease of Thoroughbreds in the UK.
  • Physiotherapeutic options for the prevention and management of skeletal disorder.

Additional Information

Author Arno Lindner
Availability In Print
Dimensions Unknown
Extent 246 Pages
ISBN 9789086860043
Publication date 2006
Book Type Softcover

Contents

Foreword

Articles

  • Deep digital flexor tendon lesions in the fetlock region: A retrospective study of 108 tenoscopies of digital flexor tendon sheaths suspected of deep digital flexor tendon laceration
  • Treatment results for the causes of digital flexor tendon sheath distension
  • Diagnosis of superficial digital flexor tendonitis and paratendonitis
  • Management of superficial digital flexor tendonitis
  • Diagnosis of proximal suspensory desmitis in the forelimb and hindlimb
  • Management of proximal suspensory desmitis
  • A system for monitoring of training and disease of Thoroughbreds in the UK
  • How are chronic tendon injuries tackled in humans?
  • A scientific approach to training Thoroughbred horses
  • Diagnosis of osteoarthritis and traumatic joint disease
  • Management of osteoarthritis and traumatic joint disease
  • How are osteoarthritis & traumatic joint disease managed in human athletes?
  • Physiotherapeutic options for the prevention and management of skeletal disorder

Expanded abstracts

  • Influence of diet and sex differences on plasma serotonin and tryptophan of trained Thoroughbreds
  • Intratendinous administration of Tendotrophin? (Insulin-Like Growth
  • Factor I) injection following induced tendonitis leads to superior tendon healing
  • Influence of a trimming that restores latero-medial balance of the distal limb on the distribution of forces under the foot during movement
  • Adrenocorticotropin and cortisol response to competitive and not competitive races in Thoroughbreds of different age
  • Bone marrow mononucleated cells (BMMNCs) are able to synthesize type I collagen similar to cultured bone marrow stromal cells (cBMSC) in an equine model of collagenase-induced tendonitis: A preliminary study
  • Serum cortisol levels of Quarter Horses: Circadian variations and effects of training and western riding events
  • The effect of induced front limb lameness on back kinematics
  • Musculoskeletal injuries of Arabian horses during endurance training
  • Retrospective evaluation of prepurchase examinations in Purebred Spanish Horses: 2004-2005
  • Evaluation of short-term analgesic effect of extracorporeal shock wave therapy in horses with proximal suspensory desmitis
  • Does warm-up in dressage horses change with level and competition type, and affect the final score?
  • The incidence and significance of excess acupuncture channel imbalance in the equine sport horse purchase examination, 1999 - 2004
  • Treatment of tendon and ligament injuries with UBM Powder
  • Lope kinematics of the leading fore and hind limbs as performed under 2005 Stock Horse Breed Association guidelines
  • Risk factors for tendon injuries that result in retirement from racing at the Hong Kong Jockey Club
  • Effects of intensity and duration of exercise in training on myosin transitions in Thoroughbreds
  • Does application of focussed shock waves to the digital palmar nerve affect skin sensitivity?
  • A preliminary study of comparative measurements of near foreleg third metacarpal circumference and length within selected groups of event horses

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