AHS 202l - Some Horse Questions

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AHS 202l - Some Horse Questions - Quiz

Questions i came up with from the horse lecture.

*answer in ALL lowercase plz

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    Layman term fro bruised spliny bone

    A bruised splint bone refers to a condition where there is damage or injury to the splint bone, which is a small bone located on the side of the cannon bone in a horse's leg. In layman's terms, a bruised splint bone can be described as a condition where the splint bone has been injured or damaged. "Popped a splint" is a colloquial phrase that can be used to describe this condition, indicating that the splint bone has been injured or popped out of place. A splint is a supportive device or bandage that is often used to immobilize or protect the injured area.

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    Layman term for spitting out food, dropping food from the mouth

    Quidding is a layman term for spitting out or dropping food from the mouth. It refers to the action of chewing food and then spitting it out partially or completely without swallowing. This behavior is commonly observed in animals, particularly horses, who may quid their food due to dental issues or difficulty in chewing. In humans, quidding can occur as a result of dental problems or difficulties in swallowing.

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    Layman term for filing down the enamel points of the molars

    Floating is the layman term for filing down the enamel points of the molars. This process is typically done by a dentist or equine dental technician to smooth out any sharp or rough edges on the teeth. By doing so, it helps to prevent discomfort or injury to the mouth and allows for proper chewing and digestion.

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    Layman term for atrophy of supraspinatus, infraspinatus muscles

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    Layman term for trauma of the alecranon bullae/bursa

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    Laymans term for fluid in bursae over tuber calcis

    The correct answer is "capping." In layman's terms, this refers to the fluid that accumulates in the bursae over the tuber calcis.

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    Laymans term for fluid in joint capsul of tibiotarsal joint

    Bog spavin is a layman's term for the accumulation of fluid in the joint capsule of the tibiotarsal joint. This condition causes swelling and distension of the joint, resulting in lameness and discomfort for the affected animal.

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    Laymans term for arthritis in the tibiotarsal joing

    Bone spavin is a layman's term for arthritis in the tibiotarsal joint. This condition is characterized by inflammation and degeneration of the joint, leading to pain, stiffness, and lameness in the affected area. It commonly occurs in horses and can be caused by various factors such as excessive stress on the joint, trauma, or genetic predisposition. Treatment options for bone spavin include rest, medication, joint injections, and in severe cases, surgery.

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    A muzzle is a device that is placed over an animal's snout to prevent it from biting or barking. It is commonly used on dogs to control their behavior and protect others from potential harm. In this context, the word "muzzle" seems to be the correct answer to an unknown question.

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    The word "forelock" refers to a lock of hair that hangs over the forehead. This word is often used to describe the hair that falls forward and covers the front part of the head.

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    The word "crest" refers to the highest point or peak of something, such as a mountain or a wave. In the given context, it is not clear what the question is asking for, as there is no additional information provided. Therefore, without further context, it is not possible to provide a more specific explanation for why "crest" is the correct answer.

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    The question is incomplete and does not provide enough information to determine the correct answer. Without any context or additional details, it is not possible to accurately explain why "dock" is the correct answer.

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    cranial tibial muscles

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    obligues obdominis

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    coronary band

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