Color Atlas of the Horse's Foot

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Christopher C. Pollitt
Mosby-Wolfe, 1995 - Medical - 208 pages
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Lameness is one of the most common problems encountered in the equine practice. It may be caused by a problem in the foot itself, or in the limbs, but is frequently manifested in pathological changes of the pedal tissue. This atlas features almost 500 full colour illustrations to aid in the identification of diseases, illustrating the conditions using photographs and diagrams, and providing notes on the diagnosis and management. Case histories are included, and are followed pictorially from initial presentation through treatment to recovery.

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