TITLE

INJURIES OF LIMBS STRUCTURES OF LOCOMOTION APPARATUS IN TWO-YEAR OLD THOROUGHBREDS BEING IN RACING TRAINING

AUTHOR(S)
Dzierzęcka, Małgorzata; Wąsowski, Adam J.; Skubiszewska, Daria; Bartyzel, Bartłomiej J.; Karbowicz, Maciej
PUB. DATE
September 2006
SOURCE
Veterinarija ir Zootechnika;2006, Vol. 35 Issue 57, p41
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The idea of the research was following the schedule of morbidity on individual diseases of limbs structures of locomotion apparatus in two-years old thoroughbred horses being in racing training. Investigative material presented 850 persons. Each horse was monitoring from the half of December of the year in which it has arrived on a race track, to the end of next calendar year. Ascertain, that injuries of locomotion apparatus concerned over 60% of animals in researched population. Most frequently, disease concerned on soft structures of the limbs locomotion apparatus, but particularly, muscles, tendons and ligaments. In the midst of tendonitis, most often ascertained inflammations of interosseous muscles. In main measure injuries in thoracic limb, especially on the left part were observed.
ACCESSION #
22480068

 

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