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Radiograph of a horse hoof showing rotation of the coffin bone and evidence of sinking, a condition often associated with laminitis. The annotation P2
Radiograph of a horse hoof showing rotation of the coffin bone and evidence of sinking, a condition often associated with laminitis. The annotation P2 stands for the middle phalanx, or pastern bone, and P3 denotes the distal phalanx, or coffin bone. The yellow lines mark the distance between the top and bottom part of the coffin bone relative to the hoof wall, showing the distal (bottom) of the coffin bone is rotated away from the hoof wall.
Hoof sagittal section with massive inflammation and rotation of third phalanx
Hoof sagittal section with massive inflammation and rotation of third phalanx
Hoof specimen, sagittal section. Severe P3 rotation and penetration into the sole. A lamellar wedge is evident.
Hoof specimen, sagittal section. Severe P3 rotation and penetration into the sole. A lamellar wedge is evident.
The front feet of this horse exhibit the rings and overgrowth typical of foundered horses.
The front feet of this horse exhibit the rings and overgrowth typical of foundered horses.
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Image: Cow (Fleckvieh breed) Oeschinensee Slaunger 2009 07 07
Image: Cow (Fleckvieh breed) Oeschinensee Slaunger 2009 07 07
Image: GLW 2 global distributions of a) cattle
Image: GLW 2 global distributions of a) cattle
Skeleton
Skeleton
Anatomical model, showing the large 4-chambered stomach
Anatomical model, showing the large 4-chambered stomach