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Navicular Syndrome, one of the most common forms of lameness in performance horses, is caused by the pain associated with the compression of an inflamed bone and related structures. This book describes what the condition is, how it develops, and how to understand the diagnosis and treatments.
David Ramey DVM is a 1983 graduate of Colorado State University and served an internship in equine medicine and surgery at Iowa State University, 1983-84. He has been in private veterinary practice since 1984 in California and is involved with all aspects of equine health care, including surgery, lameness and medicine. he is a noted speaker and author on equine health-related topics such as arthritis, colic, laminitis, medications and supplements, nutrition, tendon and ligament injuries.