John Schumacher, DVM, DACVIM
Lameness of the hind limbs caused by proximal suspensory desmitis (Proceedings)
Inflammation of the proximal aspect of the interosseus medius muscle, or suspensory ligament (i.e., proximal suspensory desmitis, PSD) of the hind limb, is a common cause of acute or chronic lameness of horses and is most commonly diagnosed in competition horses 4 to 10 years old.
Diagnostic analgesia of the equine digit (Proceedings)
Until recently, there was little scientific basis for interpreting response to various techniques of diagnostic analgesia of the digit.