Conformation and Limb Deformities in Horses

Learn about leg conformation and angular, flexural, and rotational limb deformities in horses such as bow legs, knock knees, and club feet, and when to call the vet about these problems with Dr. Christy Corp-Minamiji of Davis, Calif.
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Learn about leg conformation and angular, flexural, and rotational limb deformities in horses such as bow legs, knock knees, and club feet, and when to call the vet about these problems with Dr. Christy Corp-Minamiji of Davis, Calif.

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Christy Corp-Minamiji, DVM, practices large animal medicine in Northern California, with particular interests in equine wound management and geriatric equine care. She and her husband have three children, and she writes fiction and creative nonfiction in her spare time.

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