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“Thet 'ar' mar 'has a sand-crack on her right fore-foot.”
“-- A fissure in the wall of the foot running in the same direction as the horny fibres, or a seam in the wall resulting from the healing of the fissure is termed sand-crack.”
“It may thus occur as a sequel to quittor, complicated sand-crack, suppurating corn, and punctured wounds of the feet.”
“The reasons for these positions being so affected we shall deal with when treating of the causes of sand-crack in general.”
“It becomes dry and brittle, and extremely liable to sand-crack.”
“-- In the case of sand-crack this should always be guarded.”
“I did it up in much the same way for another ten days, then put the sand-crack clamps into the hoof and fixed it to the sound part.”
“In the event of corn or sand-crack existing with the contraction, the shoe known as a 'three-quarter bar' is preferable (see Fig. 103).”
“Methods of applying poultices of examining the foot of immobilizing sand-crack by grooving the wall”
“Either from violent blows upon the hoof, puncture from below, from corn or from sand-crack, or any other causes we have enumerated, suppuration is occurring deeply within the hoof, with as yet no opening upon the coronet.”
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