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Journal January 2013 (Vol 35, No 1)

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Traumatic Foot Injuries in Horses: Surgical Management by Daniel J. Burba , DVM, DACVS

1. Which of the following is/are critical in first-aid management of traumatic foot injuries in horses?
2. Which of the following antimicrobials is not suitable for IVRLP?
3. Pressures ___ psi should not be exceeded when lavaging a wound during initial care.
4. Which of the following is a potential sequela of septic pedal osteitis?
5. Which of the following can be used to determine whether the navicular bursa has been penetrated by a sharp object?
6. Acute septic navicular bursitis is best treated using
7. Septic chondritis of the collateral cartilage is also called
8. A potential sequela of septic chondritis of the collateral cartilage is
9. Coronary-band and heel-bulb lacerations may best be treated by
10. Which of the following is important during reconstruction of a hoof-wall injury?
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