Kevin G. Keegan, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVS
The most sensitive method of detecting and evaluating hind limb lameness in horses (Proceedings)
Lameness is a clinical sign. Detecting lameness and evaluating its amplitude is important to equine veterinary practice.
How to use lunging and flexion tests to assist, but not detract from your lameness evaluation (Proceedings)
Veterinarians evaluate the horse at the lunge and perform flexion tests during lameness and pre-purchase evaluations.
Evaluation of lameness under saddle: Effect of the rider (Proceedings)
Evaluation of horse under saddle is performed routinely by some veterinarians and almost not at all by others.
The most sensitive method of detecting and evaluating forelimb lameness in horses (Proceedings)
Lameness in horses is most effectively understood by studying vertical motion of the torso.