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Table S1: The vector sum (VS) of vertical head movement after a basilar sesamoid nerve block using lidocaine was significantly different from the VS of vertical head movement before the nerve block (P<0.0001), indicating successful anaesthesia of the palmar digital nerves and amelioration of lameness. Mean post block values marked withb were significantly different (P<0.0001) from mean preblock values marked witha. The VS of vertical head movement after a basilar sesamoid nerve block using 3% ketamine was not significantly different from the VS of vertical head movement before the nerve block (P = 0.3). *Technical error prevented collection of data at this time point; **When lameness switched to the contralateral limb, the VS for the blocked limb effectively became a score of zero.

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