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Alcohol-facilitated ankylosis
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How to perform alcohol-facilitated ankylosis of the lower hock joints in horses
Osteoarthritis in equine joints can be a debilitating disease that becomes refractory to traditional medical management. In select low-motion joints, intra-articular injection of ethyl alcohol can be an effective and a practical method of resolving lameness by promoting natural joint fusion (ankylosis). Here's a rundown of the procedure. More...
An 80-year-old illustration of why I love my job
We were all told somewhere along the line in veterinary school that we each had a reason for wanting to practice veterinary medicine. It might be money, fame, the challenge of medicine and surgery, compassion for animals or the gratitude of owners when we helped their animals. By the end of our careers, it would be fairly obvious just what motivated us in this profession. Here's what motivates Dr. Bo Brock. More...

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Equine ophthalmology for kids
Derrick the Jumping Horse Has Eye Surgery is a children's book with its hooves planted in reality and a desire to encourage readers to discover their true purpose. More...
Two things that hurt veterinarians
CVC educator and new author Kimberly Pope-Robinson, DVM, CCFP, talks about the dangers of— and misconceptions about—two big parts of many veterinarians' psychology. More...
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