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Flexural limb deformities

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Flexural limb deformities

The most commonly seen flexural deformities are contracted tendons and joint hyperextension. There are a number of causes, but in all cases, prompt treatment is required for the best possible outcome and future soundness of the horse.

Flexural deformity of the foot in a foal
©Prof Derek Knottenbelt

What are flexural deformities?

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What causes flexural deformity?

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