LADIS Case of the Month - March 2012

Submitted by: Dr. Dana A. Neelis from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine, and Drs. Beth Biscoe and Russ Tucker from Washington State University.

History: A 13 year old Quarter Horse mare presented for chronic right forelimb lameness. The lameness was consistent when jogged over a smooth hard surface and was localized to the foot with perineural analgesia. The right front foot was not sensitive to hoof testers.

Answer: See attachment at bottom of page.