Infographic: Navicular Disease

The navicular is a tiny bone that can cause big problems in horses. It and its associated structures are responsible for up to one-third of all front-limb lamenesses.
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The navicular is a tiny bone that can cause big problems in horses. It and its associated structures are responsible for up to one-third of all front-limb lamenesses. Learn more in our step-by-step visual guide.

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