← Laminitis Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All founder what term can be used synonymously with chronic laminitis? carbohydrate overload model experimentally what is the classic model for the predictable development of laminitis? black walnut bedding with what type of shavings has been shown to be a risk factor for the development of laminitis? triamcinolone exogenous steroid use has been shown to cause laminitis, especially with the use of which one? road founder term for laminitis caused by excessive concussive forces on the foot vascular what is the predominant pathophysiology theory for the development of laminitis? reflex hyperemia, increased hoof temperature in the vascular theory there is initial reduced perfusion causing digital ischemia. lameness develops when the vasoconstriction disappears and what 2 clinical signs are noted? compartment syndrome, reperfusion injury in the vascular theory, the inflammatory response is believed to result in what 2 conditions? structural failure in the progression of laminitis, the development of what denotes the transition from acute to chronic laminitis? metalloproteinase, toxic/metabolic, traumatic 3 other main pathophysiology theories for laminitis other than the vascular theory disruption of laminar attachments in the metalloproteinase theory, excessive activation of these enzymes will result in what? vertical load what is the dominant force on the foot that leads to laminitis? weight of horse, size of foot vertical load on a foot is dependent on what 2 factors? rotational what type of displacement is caused by forces from the DDF and the dorsal hoof wall? heel rotational displacement can sometimes be attributed to faster growth rate of the heel or the toe? vertical is there a poorer prognosis with rotational or vertical displacement of the foot? front is it more common to have laminitis in both front or hind limbs? yes in a laminitic horse, would you expect to feel the digital pulses? no in a normal horse, would you expect to feel the digital pulses? warm is the foot usually cold or warm when laminitis is present? coronary band where can a depression/sinking be noted that is a sign of laminitis? hoof tester how is pain in the hoof typically evaluated? toe where on the hoof do you apply the hoof tester? coffin when performing radiography to assess laminitis, it is most important to evaluate the position of which bone? lateral when evaluating laminitis with a radiograph, is it more important to get a dorsal or a lateral radiograph? developmental, acute, subacute, chronic 4 stages of laminitis developmental in which stage of laminitis is prevention of further progression still possible? acute in which stage of laminitis are the first clinical signs identified? promote digital vascular perfusion what is the main means to control pain in a laminitic horse? DMSO to limit edema formation, what anti-inflammatory / free radical scavenger can be placed on the coronary band? developmental drugs used to promote vasodilation are only indicated in which stage of laminitis? nitroglycerine, acepromazine, isoxuprine, l-arginine 4 drugs used to cause vasodilation in laminitic horses vasoconstriction what effect of glucocorticoids causes them to be contraindicated in cases of laminitis? tan bark what type of shaving is ideal for a laminitic horse?