Catastrophic scapular fractures in Californian racehorses: Pathology, morphometry and bone density
Article first published online: 23 AUG 2011
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Equine Veterinary Journal
Volume 43, Issue 6, pages 676–685, November 2011
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VALLANCE, S. A., SPRIET, M. and STOVER, S. M. (2011), Catastrophic scapular fractures in Californian racehorses: Pathology, morphometry and bone density. Equine Veterinary Journal, 43: 676–685. doi: 10.1111/j.2042-3306.2010.00346.x
- Issue published online: 11 OCT 2011
- Article first published online: 23 AUG 2011
- [Paper received for publication 28.09.10; Accepted 02.11.10]
Fig S1. Medial view of the nonarticular scapular fracture (right scapula, cranial left). Incomplete fracture lines can be seen extending from the transverse neck fracture toward the glenoid (white arrows) and proximally into the scapular body (black arrow).
Fig S2.Grade 2 periosteal bone proliferation was consistently observed in fractured, intact contralateral and control scapulae in 3 regions: caudal aspect of the medial surface (a; right scapula, cranial left), infraspinous fossa (b; left scapula, cranial left) and supraspinous fossa (c; left scapula, craniolateral view).
Table S1. Exercise histories (races and official timed workouts) for Case and Control racehorses.
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