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Anatomy of the Equine Hoof and Innervation of the Forelimb

Producer: Royal Veterinary College

This video consists of 4 parts. Part 1 - The Hoof - explains the anatomy of the horse’s foot and the biomechanics of the actions of the structures within it. Part 2 - Nerves and Nerve Blocks - demonstrates the problems of a lame horse and describes the innervation of the forelimb and the technique of nerve blocking various parts of the limb. Part 3 - Bone - explains the bone structure and function as an internal support system and mineral store. Part 4 - Joints - describes the different kinds of joint and their formation during embryological development.

 

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Year of production: 1993 Format: VHS PAL Running time: 45 mins. Price: £30.00 (excl. VAT and postage)

Anatomy of the Equine Hoof and Innervation of the Forelimb