CPE Equine Station 3 Lameness

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Profesional Equine Mind Map on CPE Equine Station 3 Lameness, created by ARegalado on 01/02/2014.
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CPE Equine Station 3 Lameness
1 1.-History 5%
1.1 Signalment, including breed
1.2 Presenting complaint
1.3 Duration of presenting complaint
1.4 Previous treatment(s); response to those treatments
1.5 Intended use of affected animal
2 2.- Characterization of Lameness Based on Walk/Trot 5%

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  • Signs of Lameness in Horses http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9Mn9RP39lE
2.1 Parts of stride
2.1.1 Landing
2.1.2 Length
2.1.3 Sound
2.1.4 Symmetry
2.1.5 Normal
2.1.6 Abnormal
2.2 Head or hip position in relation to stride
2.2.1 Hind limb
2.2.2 Fore Limb
2.3 Reasons for diagnosing the lameness in a specific limb
3 3.-Lameness Examination 65%

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  • Equine Techniques: Diagnosing Lameness in the Horse http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=srdTgPc91nQ Lameness Exam Part 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zH4YySG1D_w&list=PLSS-sRPp2WZ478wYekQYPdIfwLtmFdZRn Lameness Exam Part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n4B8yNJUn-U&list=PLSS-sRPp2WZ478wYekQYPdIfwLtmFdZRn
3.1 Characterization of digital pulses
3.2 Foot
3.2.1 Picking up

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  • The Safe and Smart Way to Pick Up Your Horse's Back Feet http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vW1PvMRo2PU The Safe and Smart Way to Pick Up Your Horse's Front Feet http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoBrmRoJ2BE&list=PLfYc1fRT-ZniZBwklix42SFrjmeIVhBHF
3.2.1.1 Examining

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  • Anatomy of the Horse's Hoof http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s2NkJY5vZqU Anatomy of the Horse's Hoof, part 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1pigvgNB0kI
3.2.1.2 Applying hoof testers

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  • Equine Techniques: Hoof Testing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7zZxEVRKpY
3.3 Palpation of the limb
3.3.1 identification of
3.3.1.1 swellings
3.3.1.2 Heat
3.3.1.3 Pain
3.4 Manipulation of joints
3.5 Flexion test or justification for not performing any
3.6 Describing how to do nerve blocks
3.6.1 Palmar/Plantar

Annotations:

  • Palmar Digital Block.mov http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiZu9fVLKQw&list=PLSS-sRPp2WZ478wYekQYPdIfwLtmFdZRn&index=53
3.6.2 Abaxial Sesmoid
3.6.3 Low and High volar
3.6.4 Identification of landmarks , how to prepare the site, injection technique, appropriate drugs, and area desensitized by each nerve block
3.7 Requesting appropriate nerve/joint blocks, or justification for not requesting
3.8 Requesting imaging studies, or justification for not requesting
3.9 Identification of correct affected anatomical region
3.10 Communicating prognosis for return to use.
3.10.1 short
3.10.2 long-term
4 Palpation 15%
4.1 Lower Limbs
4.1.1 Bones

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  • The Horse's Skeleton: Forelimbs http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CnbvCwlIOTI
4.1.1.1 Cannon bone (MC III) Splint bones ( MC II / IV) Accessory carpal bone
4.1.2 Joins

Annotations:

  • http://www.equioxx.com/SiteCollectionImages/joint-tool-swfs/HorseDemo_v6.swf
4.1.2.1 Fetlock joint pouches (metacarpal-phalangeal joint)
4.1.3 Ligaments / Tendons
4.1.3.1 Suspensory ligament Superficial digital flexor/deep digital flexor tendon
4.1.4 sulcus of the frog
4.2 Hips
4.2.1 Coxofemoraljoint n. Greater trochanter Tuber ischii q. Tuber sacrale r. Tuber coxae
4.3 Hind Limbs
4.3.1 Patella l. Medial patellar ligament
4.3.2 Semitendinosus and semimembranosus muscles
4.3.3 Calcaneus, Carpus
4.4 Front Limbs
4.4.1 Point of shoulder
4.4.2 Scapulohumeral joint
4.4.3 Olecranon, Tarsus
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