Re: "Marginal" ACTH, increase prascend or not?


 

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Here's the new x rays which proved no sinking or rotation thankfully (trimmed to correct long toes and negative palmar angles after this). Clinically he was extremely lame on all four, stood leaning back in a "laminitis posture", refused to lift one leg off the ground and spent a lot og time lying down the first day. Very hot hooves and strong pulsation the first week. Definitely looked laminitic with severe pain, but started management early (soft bedding, soaked hay, box rest, cooling). 
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Stine, Norway, 2013
https://ecir.groups.io/g/CaseHistory/files/Stine%20and%20Mahjiino/Mahjiinocasehistory.pdf 

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