Diagnosing Unusual Hock Lameness

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By Nancy S. Loving, DVM With six bones articulating in close range and multiple tendons and ligaments controlling extension and flexion, the hock, or the horse equivalent of the human ankle, has many moving and shock-absorbing parts. Add to those the animal’s weight and the fact the joint is almost always in flexion, and you’ve […]…Diagnosing Unusual Hock Lameness

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