IN the majority of cases of hindlimb lameness, a comprehensive clinical examination, with or without the use of diagnostic local analgesia, should enable the clinician to localise pain to an area. The purpose of this article is to highlight the uses and limitations of a variety of ancillary diagnostic aids which can be used in order to reach a definitive diagnosis. There are also some cases of hindlimb gait abnormalities which are neurological in origin, where specific laboratory tests are useful to confirm the diagnosis.
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