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  • n. Plural form of sidebone.

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Examples

  • The same treatment should be adopted where sidebones form or inflammation of the coronet bone follows.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

  • The impairment of function and consequent symptoms are much less marked here than in sidebones.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

  • This change in the cartilages may commence as early as the first of the laminitis; and although the trouble in the laminæ is removed in the course of a fortnight the symptoms do not entirely subside, the animal retains the shuffling gait, the sidebones continue to grow, and the patient usually remains quite lame.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

  • Frog pressure is therefore contraindicated in lameness due to sidebones (ossified cartilages).

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

  • _ -- A rapid development of sidebones is one of the complications, or, perhaps better, a sequel of laminitis not often met with in practice.

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  • _ -- Horses knuckling at the fetlock, and all those with diseases which impair the powers of locomotion, such as navicular disease, contracted heels, sidebones, chronic laminitis, etc., are predisposed to sprains of the fetlock.

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  • Contracted heels may happen as one of the results of other diseases of the foot; for instance, it often accompanies thrush, sidebones, ringbones, canker, navicular disease, corns, sprains of the flexor tendons, of the sesamoid and suspensory ligaments, and from excessive knuckling of the fetlock joint.

    Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

  • High-heeled shoes, high calks, and long feet are always classed among the conditions which may excite the growth of sidebones.

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  • _ -- This condition, as we have seen, may be the result of chronic disease producing structural changes in the tendons, and it may also occur as the result of other affections or some peculiarity independent of this and situated below the fetlock, such as ringbones, sidebones, or traumatic disease of the foot proper.

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  • If sidebones, ringbones, navicular disease, contracted tendons, or other diseases have been the cause of contracted heels, treatment will be useless until the cause is removed.

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