THE diagnosis of causes of hindlimb lameness in the horse has long been shrouded in mystique. However, with a systematic approach to both obtaining a history and performing a physical examination, combined with strategic use of ancillary diagnostic aids, a definitive diagnosis can frequently be reached. This is the first in a series of five articles, to be published in consecutive issues, which aims to describe a simple, logical approach to the investigation of hindlimb lameness.
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