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by Fred Nostrant, DVM | Oct 9, 2019
Splint bone injuries are common in both working and pastured horses. Here’s what you should know.
by Raul Bras, DVM, CJF | Nov 18, 2015
Do you have any suggestions for speeding the time it takes for proximal splints (in the forelimbs) to resolve?
by Les Sellnow | Oct 24, 2013
Learn about the splint bones, common problems, and treatments to alleviate those problems in horses.
by Stacey Oke, DVM, MSc | Nov 2, 2011
Using computational modeling, researchers can examine “what if” scenarios related to equine injuries.
by Marcia King | Jul 1, 2009
Learn how to keep splints (bony lower leg swellings) from becoming permanent blemishes or problems that interfere with a horse’s athletic career.