Ataxia and ataxic lameness in a horse practice

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Dr. med. vet. Ferdinand Denzinger, veterinarian, chönsee, Germany  Regardless of the cause, lameness represents the most frequent condition preventing a mount from being ridden. Whenever constantly shifting lameness occurs, the head and spinal area should be considered as the possible cause. 1. Definition What is ataxia: ataxia or lack of muscular coordination is a loss … Continue reading "Ataxia and ataxic lameness in a horse practice"
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