horses, equine studies, lameness, horse locomotion, spinal anatomy, biomechanics
Lameness is one of the most important problems of horses. It influences all communities who keep horses. Recent studies have shown the significance of spinal muscles and vertebrae in inducing lameness in horses. The field has not been explored much and requires application of biomechanics to define the role of spine in inducing lameness in horses. This presentation highlights the importance of spine in inducing lameness in horses by relating the solution with biomechanics.
Animal Studies | Biomechanics | Other Animal Sciences | Structural Biology | Systems and Integrative Physiology
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Khan, Raja Zabeeh Ullah, "The Role of Spine in Causing Lameness in Horses" (2020). English Language Institute. 89.
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