from The Century Dictionary.
- noun An inflammatory disease of the fore foot in the horse, involving the synovial sheath between the sesamoid or navicular bone of the third phalanx (or hoof) and the flexor perforans playing over it: commonly called
navicular disease. It is a frequent cause of lameness.
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