By William Moyer
The recent version of Equine Joint Injection and neighborhood Anesthesia is a must have for all equine veterinarians and veterinary scholars and continues to be the liked, important instrument for veterinarians operating within the box and the referral hospital.
This accomplished and easy-to-use re-creation, written through 3 famous specialists, has been extended to incorporate many new chapters, step by step pictures and computer-generated photographs created by way of an equine anatomist to supply exact, targeted depictions of equine anatomy.
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Indirect fractures may occur due to stress concentration at the lateral and posterolateral angles of the rib. , the air and tissue interface of the lung). This is thought to be the mechanism causing a pulmonary contusion. Blunt intrusion into the hemithorax and a pliable lung could also result in overpressure and cause a pneumothorax. A direct load applied to the chest compresses the lung and increases the pressure within this air-filled structure beyond the failure point of the alveoli and visceral pleura.
In the case of the femur this usually occurs distally with the shaft being driven into the condyles. These mechanisms can be seen in falls from a height, but are more frequently seen in head-on collisions resulting in fractures of the femur or tibia. In these cases deceleration occurs and the driver’s or passenger’s feet receive a load from the floorboard or the knee receives a load from the dashboard upon deceleration. This causes a longitudinal force to be applied to the tibia or femur, respectively.
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