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The cause of lameness in young animals usually falls into one of two categories- some sort of trauma or a congenital/developmental abnormality. Usually, the patient’s history will help us narrow down if one of these causes is to blame for the patient’s clinical signs or if we need to think about other possible differential diagnoses. In this case, we will explore the congenital side of things, paying special attention to the Roentgen signs position/location, shape.

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