Strain Of the Fetlock Joint
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Strain Of the Fetlock Joint

Strain Of the Fetlock Joint




      

Strain Of the Fetlock Joint


Strain Of the Fetlock Joint. The symptoms of this injury are similar to those of strain in the back sinews; the fetlock joint appears swollen and inflamed, attended by lameness. The horse must be copiously bled, and kept tranquil in a roomy stall; in slight cases this will be sufficient. A few emollient poultices, in bad cases, will be necessary, and the body should be kept cool by moderate aperients. Firing the limb is frequently practised by veterinarians as a sure preventive against the recurrence of the injury; this operation also tends to strengthen the joint. After a rest of about a fortnight, in the stable, he may be turned out to grass in an enclosed field, when he will gradually recover.

Harewood, Harry. A Dictionary of Sports. London: T. Tegg and son, 1835.

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