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Feb 1, 2012
  Joint Lubrication and Injury Response (AAEP 2011)
 
Dr. Larry Bramlage DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS, pointed out that when a joint is damaged, veterinarians see typical and consistent signs: a lame horse and a distended joint with increased amount of watery joint fluid. While the human impulse is to "fix" these types of signs, Bramlage pointed out that these very clinical signs are "a superficial part of the joint's response to insult."

     
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