10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «QUITTOR»
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Special Report on Diseases of the Horse
Quittor is a term applied to various affections of the foot wherein the tissues which
are involved undergo a process of degeneration that results in the formation ofa
slough followed bythe elimination of thediseased structures by means ofamore ...
Hippopathology: a treatise on the disorders and lameness of ...
bing or scratching one hind foot with the calkin of the other, in which harsh
confrication the coronet never fails to suffer the most ; and this may and often
does prove the forerunner of a quittor. In fine, any sore or wound of the coronet
may, from ...
The outlines of the veterinary art; or, The principles of ...
Mr. Budd, whose late publication on the feet I have before had occasion to
mention, from that attachment to novelty that so clearly runs through the whole of
his otherwise very ingenious work, condemns the usual treatment of quittor as ...
Delabere Pritchett Blaine, 1816
Practical Guide to Lameness in Horses
Causes Injury near the coronary band over the region of the collateral cartilages
may cause quittor by producing a subcoronary abscess. Quittor can be
secondary to a penetrating wound through the sole where infection has gained
access to ...
Equine Clinical Medicine, Surgery and Reproduction
Quittor Definition/overview Quittor is defined as septic necrosis of the ungual
cartilage. Etiology/pathophysiology Quittor usually occurs following direct trauma
to the ungual cartilage or from ascending infection from within the foot. The
Graham Munroe, Scott Weese, 2011
Leg and Hoof Care for Horses
Quittor can be caused by a puncture • wound (such as a nail), a laceration (for
example, a wire cut near the coronet), or repeated interference injuries to the
coronet area. Often the veterinarian must surgically • remove the infected parts of
Micaela Myers, Kelly Meadows
Infection of the collateral cartilages of the foot is called quittor. Lacerations,
puncture wounds, abscesses, and occasionally hoof wall cracks can involve the
collateral cartilages of the foot, potentially causing cartilage necrosis, which may
Andrea Floyd, Richard Mansmann, 2007
The Sportsman's Dictionary; Or, The Gentleman's Companion ...
Quittor and False Quarter ': cause and consequence. A quitior, formerly called by
our farriers a quittor-bonc, or horny quittor, is the jttvart of the French school. It is a
hard round lump, or excrescence upon the coronet, between hair and hoof, ...
The Sportsman's Dictionary: Or The Gentleman's Companion: ...
A quittor, forme'rly called by our farriers a quittor-bonc, or horny quittor, is the
javarl of the French fchool. It is a hard round lump, or excrefcence upon the
coronet, between hair and hoof, on one or the other, but ufually the inficie quarter
of the ...
The Sportsman's Dictionary: Containing Instructions for ...
Quittor and False Quarter: cause and consequence- A quittor, formerly called by
our farriers a quittor- bone, or horny quittor, is the javart of the French school. It is
a hard round lump, or excrescence upon the coronet, between hair and hoof, ...
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «QUITTOR»
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How To Use Sterile Maggot Debridement Therapy (AAEP …
Morrison said trauma to the collateral cartilage with subsequent necrosis (quittor) is usually caused by interference by another foot. He used maggots on one ... «TheHorse.com, Jul 06»