AURORASEREN EQUINE

 

CASE 7: Two year old Friesian gelding with bilateral solar penetration following acute episode of Potomc Horse Fever- a Grade IV laminitic event

 

Hugo_xr_LF

 

 

Day 1- radiograph showing penetration of sole by tip of coffin bone- note that the sole below the bone has dropped to the ground.

 

 

 

Hugo_LF_copy

 

 

 

Day 1- showing solar surface of left fore and exposed solar corium and bone. 

 

 

 

 

 

Hugo_xr_LF_after_copy

 

 

Six weeks post-surgery and digital realignment showing new sole growth and excellant alignment. Note- the dark area at the tip of the toe. This is the area that has grown out that was compressed circulation.

 

 

 

Hugo_xr_RF

 

 

Day 1 radiograph of right fore showing same pathology as left fore.

 

 

 

Hugo_RF_copy

 

 

 

Day 1 showing prolapsed sole and exposed bone and solar corium on right fore.

 

 

 

 

Hugo_after_xr_RF_copy

 

 

 

Six weeks post surgery showing new hoof, sole and digital alignment.

 

 

 

 

Hugo_2007_Keuring_1_copy

 

 

One year post surgery, horse was purchased with a clean pre-purchase exam and won his Keuring.

 

 

 

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