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Surgical treatment of a sloughed hoof by skin grafting in a young bull

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Canadian Veterinary Medical Association
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PMC
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  • Medicine

Abstract

A sloughed hoof in a young bull as a sequela of foot and mouth disease was treated by skin grafting. Skin blocks obtained from the craniolateral thoracic area of the same animal were placed in slit-like pockets created on the coronary band. New hoof formation was completed within 20 weeks.

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