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The Biomechanics of Multiple Limb Lameness: Separating Secondary from Compensatory

Image from Encyclopædia Britannica. William of Ockham [Image]. Encyclopædia Britannica. By: Kevin G. Keegan, DVM, MS, DACVS First Published: 02/23/2017 “Entia non sunt multiplicanda praetor necessitatum.” Ockham’s Razor, translated (roughly) as “more things should not be used than are necessary”, is attributed to a 14th century friar/philosopher, William of…

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Have Attitudes Toward Using the Equinosis Q in Pre-Purchase Exams Changed?

By Sarah E. Coleman, The Kentucky Horse Council Executive Director The Equinosis Q with Lameness Locator has become a more readily accepted diagnostic tool for detecting lameness, both subtle and overt, in the 11 years since its commercial launch. Though respected as a modality to ensure the health and wellness…

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