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By J. D. Pagan, R. J. Geor

Featuring overseas authorities that provided at KER meetings, this comprehensive collection of study and assessment papers discusses such subject matters as sophisticated dietary requirements for horses, potent how you can convey nutrition for horses in all athletic endeavors, reaching optimum progress in younger horses, and making sure nutrient necessities are being fulfilled in reproductively energetic horses.

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These longitudinal ridges on the surface of the papillae are analogous to the secondary dermal lamellae (SDLs) and probably share the similar role of increasing the surface area of attachment between the epidermal hoof and the connective tissue on the parietal surface of the distal phalanx. They may also act as guides or channels, directing columns of maturing keratinocytes in a correctly oriented proximodistal correction (Fig. 9). The density of coronary papillae is greatest at the periphery and Fig.

The tubular and intertubular hoof show a high rate of basal cell mitosis. CP, coronary papilla; THW, tubular hoof wall; bar 5 100 mm. (From Pollitt CC. Anatomy and physiology of the inner hoof wall. ) 31 32 Pollitt Fig. 4. The growth zones of the hoof (highlighted in red) are confined to the top or proximal region of the wall. Basal cells of the tubular hoof wall and periople proliferate nonstop throughout the life of the horse. The proximal lamellae also proliferate at a rate similar to the hoof wall proper, but the rate is near zero in the lamellar regions below this.

The horse had been at the lay practitioner’s place. The man’s name was Harry Bond. He was secretive about what he did to treat the horses because he had made his living doing this for years. Dr Coffman had once driven from the University of Missouri to Harry’s home in Staunton, Illinois, to try to learn what he did to treat laminitis. The trip was a waste of his time; Harry revealed nothing. The nearest veterinarian to Harry was Dr Bill Brown, a well-known racetrack veterinarian, and I called him to find out what he knew about Harry and his treatment.

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