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Intra-Articular Joint Injections: The Hock
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Bog spavin .... تورم المفصل وطريقة علاجه
Bog Spavin (also known as "serous tarsitis") is a term used to describe distention or swelling of the uppermost hock joint (known as the tibiotarsal joint). Since distention occurs as a consequence of synovial effusion (i.e. the presence of extra synovial fluid) and/ or proliferation (i.e. the presence of extra synovial tissue), the swelling is characteristically soft and fluctuant in nature. The tibiotarsal joint has four communicating pouches: the dorsomedial pouch (the largest), the dorsolateral pouch, the plantaromedial pouch and the plantarolateral pouch. Swelling is almost always most obvious in the dorsomedial pouch, which is on the inside-front quadrant of the hock. In many cases of bog spavin, however, all 4 pouches are visibly distended. Treatment Draining extra synovial fluid from the joint provides temporary relief, but effusion usually recurs within 24-36 hours if the primary source of inflammation (synovitis) is left to persist. In many cases a combination of corrective shoeing, systemic arthrotherapy and/or intraarticular therapy (i.e. joint injection) can help to alleviate bog spavin, especially after any potential underlying issues have been successfully addressed. This strategy is particularly rewarding in cases of blood spavin, which tends not to recur if properly treated. Osteochondrosis typically warrants intervention in the form of diagnostic/ surgical arthroscopy. Bog spavin often recurs if poor conformation is the predisposing trigger.
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General Information about Intra-Articular Joint Injections
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Injecting a horse's hock joint
Dr Linda Hagerman injects a horse's hock joint to help decrease inflammation and promote healing.
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Synovial fluid present in Hip dysplasia is the developmental problem Ball and socket type joint tarsal bones in the hock joint of the ox fibrous joint Ball and socket type joint Sutures Symphysis Pivot joint
Brean after TATE elbow replacement
Breannan my GSD learning to trust his leg again eight weeks and two days after a TATE elbow replacement and Radial nerve damage
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Pan tarsal arthrodesis in a dog
This dog had severe degenerative joint disease in the right hock. A pan tarsal arthrodesis was performed.
Kinesiology Taping for ankle swelling / oedema
John Gibbons a sports osteopath and lecturer for the Bodymaster method is demonstrating kinesiology taping for an ankle sprain / swelling. Interested in learning kinesiology taping techniques at Oxford University then look on http://www.johngibbonsbodymaster.co.uk
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We are going to show how to prepare histological tissue samples. That is the steps involved for sample preparation to get you from a piece of tissue like this, that comes in this pot – which has been sent by the clinicians from a patient -, to a stainable section. That is to embed the tissue into paraffin blocks for histological sectioning afterwards and to study the microscopic anatomy of the tissues and cells to provide a final diagnosis. There are four steps common to nearly all histological procedures. First - Fixation Second - Embedding Third - Sectioning And fourth – Staining