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Susie in AZ
Username: sodmonst

Post Number: 250
Registered: 12-2008
Posted on Wednesday, Dec 30, 2009 - 9:36 pm:   Edit PostPrint Post

How might a history of bilateral injuries to the coxal tuber affect a horse's soundness?
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Robert N. Oglesby DVM
Username: dro

Post Number: 24276
Registered: 1-1997
Posted on Thursday, Dec 31, 2009 - 7:45 am:   Edit PostPrint Post

Susie it would depend on how serious the injuries are. If the injury did not result in fracture of the ilium, luxation of the sacroiliac joint, or permanent damage to the muscles that attach to the tuber coxae the horse should recover 100% from blunt trauma to the tuber coxae whether unilateral or bilateral.
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