Special Report on Diseases of the Horse
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Special Report on Diseases of the Horse

By United States. Bureau of Animal Industry, Leonard Pearson, Rush Shippen Huidekoper, W. H. (William Heyser) Harbaugh, Charles B. Michener
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  • U. S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE,
    • BUREAU OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY.
      • A. D. MELVIN, Chief of Bureau.
      • SPECIAL REPORT
        • ON
      • ON
    • A. D. MELVIN, Chief of Bureau.
    • SPECIAL REPORT
      • ON
    • ON
  • DISEASES OF THE HORSE.
    • BY
    • Drs. PEARSON, MICHENER, LAW, HARBAUGH, TRUMBOWER, LIAUTARD, HOLCOMBE, HUIDEKOPER, MOHLER, EICHHORN, HALL, AND ADAMS.
      • REVISED EDITION, 1916.
    • REVISED EDITION, 1916.
    • CONTENTS.
    • ILLUSTRATIONS.
      • PLATES.
        • TEXT FIGURES.
      • TEXT FIGURES.
    • PLATES.
      • TEXT FIGURES.
    • TEXT FIGURES.
    • SPECIAL REPORT ON DISEASES OF THE HORSE.
    • THE EXAMINATION OF A SICK HORSE.
      • HISTORY.
        • ATTITUDE AND GENERAL CONDITION.
        • THE SKIN AND THE VISIBLE MUCOUS MEMBRANES.
        • THE ORGANS OF CIRCULATION.
        • TEMPERATURE.
        • THE ORGANS OF RESPIRATION.
        • THE EXAMINATION OF THE DIGESTIVE TRACT.
        • THE EXAMINATION OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
        • URINARY AND SEXUAL ORGANS.
      • ATTITUDE AND GENERAL CONDITION.
      • THE SKIN AND THE VISIBLE MUCOUS MEMBRANES.
      • THE ORGANS OF CIRCULATION.
      • TEMPERATURE.
      • THE ORGANS OF RESPIRATION.
      • THE EXAMINATION OF THE DIGESTIVE TRACT.
      • THE EXAMINATION OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
      • URINARY AND SEXUAL ORGANS.
    • HISTORY.
      • ATTITUDE AND GENERAL CONDITION.
      • THE SKIN AND THE VISIBLE MUCOUS MEMBRANES.
      • THE ORGANS OF CIRCULATION.
      • TEMPERATURE.
      • THE ORGANS OF RESPIRATION.
      • THE EXAMINATION OF THE DIGESTIVE TRACT.
      • THE EXAMINATION OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
      • URINARY AND SEXUAL ORGANS.
    • ATTITUDE AND GENERAL CONDITION.
    • THE SKIN AND THE VISIBLE MUCOUS MEMBRANES.
    • THE ORGANS OF CIRCULATION.
    • TEMPERATURE.
    • THE ORGANS OF RESPIRATION.
    • THE EXAMINATION OF THE DIGESTIVE TRACT.
    • THE EXAMINATION OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
    • URINARY AND SEXUAL ORGANS.
    • FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF DISEASE.
      • [Revised by Leonard Pearson, B. S., V. M. D.]
        • ANIMAL TISSUES.
        • CONGESTION.
        • ACTIVE CONGESTION.
        • PASSIVE CONGESTION.
        • INFLAMMATION.
        • FEVERS.
      • ANIMAL TISSUES.
      • CONGESTION.
      • ACTIVE CONGESTION.
      • PASSIVE CONGESTION.
      • INFLAMMATION.
      • FEVERS.
    • [Revised by Leonard Pearson, B. S., V. M. D.]
      • ANIMAL TISSUES.
      • CONGESTION.
      • ACTIVE CONGESTION.
      • PASSIVE CONGESTION.
      • INFLAMMATION.
      • FEVERS.
    • ANIMAL TISSUES.
    • CONGESTION.
    • ACTIVE CONGESTION.
    • PASSIVE CONGESTION.
    • INFLAMMATION.
    • FEVERS.
    • METHODS OF ADMINISTERING MEDICINES.
      • [Revised by Leonard Pearson, B. S., V. M. D.]
    • [Revised by Leonard Pearson, B. S., V. M. D.]
    • DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE ORGANS.
      • [Revised by John R. Mohler, V. M. D.]
        • WATER.
        • FEEDS AND FEEDING.
        • KINDS OF FEED.
        • PREPARATION OF FEEDS.
        • DISEASES OF THE TEETH.
        • DISEASES OF THE MOUTH.
        • DISEASES OF THE ESOPHAGUS OR GULLET.
        • DISEASES OF THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES.
        • INDIGESTION OR GASTROINTESTINAL CATARRH.
        • DIARRHEA.
        • DYSENTERY.
        • GASTROENTERITIS.
        • HEMORRHOIDS, OR PILES.
        • HERNIA, OR RUPTURE.
        • PERITONITIS.
        • ASCITES, OR DROPSY OF THE ABDOMEN.
        • DISEASES OF THE LIVER.
        • HEPATITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE LIVER.
        • JAUNDICE, ICTERUS, OR THE YELLOWS.
        • RUPTURE OF THE LIVER.
        • BILIARY CALCULI, OR GALLSTONES.
        • DISEASES OF THE PANCREAS AND SPLEEN.
      • WATER.
      • FEEDS AND FEEDING.
      • KINDS OF FEED.
      • PREPARATION OF FEEDS.
      • DISEASES OF THE TEETH.
      • DISEASES OF THE MOUTH.
      • DISEASES OF THE ESOPHAGUS OR GULLET.
      • DISEASES OF THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES.
      • INDIGESTION OR GASTROINTESTINAL CATARRH.
      • DIARRHEA.
      • DYSENTERY.
      • GASTROENTERITIS.
      • HEMORRHOIDS, OR PILES.
      • HERNIA, OR RUPTURE.
      • PERITONITIS.
      • ASCITES, OR DROPSY OF THE ABDOMEN.
      • DISEASES OF THE LIVER.
      • HEPATITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE LIVER.
      • JAUNDICE, ICTERUS, OR THE YELLOWS.
      • RUPTURE OF THE LIVER.
      • BILIARY CALCULI, OR GALLSTONES.
      • DISEASES OF THE PANCREAS AND SPLEEN.
      • GASTROINTESTINAL PARASITES.
        • [By Maurice C. Hall, Ph. D., D. V. M.]
      • [By Maurice C. Hall, Ph. D., D. V. M.]
    • [Revised by John R. Mohler, V. M. D.]
      • WATER.
      • FEEDS AND FEEDING.
      • KINDS OF FEED.
      • PREPARATION OF FEEDS.
      • DISEASES OF THE TEETH.
      • DISEASES OF THE MOUTH.
      • DISEASES OF THE ESOPHAGUS OR GULLET.
      • DISEASES OF THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES.
      • INDIGESTION OR GASTROINTESTINAL CATARRH.
      • DIARRHEA.
      • DYSENTERY.
      • GASTROENTERITIS.
      • HEMORRHOIDS, OR PILES.
      • HERNIA, OR RUPTURE.
      • PERITONITIS.
      • ASCITES, OR DROPSY OF THE ABDOMEN.
      • DISEASES OF THE LIVER.
      • HEPATITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE LIVER.
      • JAUNDICE, ICTERUS, OR THE YELLOWS.
      • RUPTURE OF THE LIVER.
      • BILIARY CALCULI, OR GALLSTONES.
      • DISEASES OF THE PANCREAS AND SPLEEN.
    • WATER.
    • FEEDS AND FEEDING.
    • KINDS OF FEED.
    • PREPARATION OF FEEDS.
    • DISEASES OF THE TEETH.
    • DISEASES OF THE MOUTH.
    • DISEASES OF THE ESOPHAGUS OR GULLET.
    • DISEASES OF THE STOMACH AND INTESTINES.
    • INDIGESTION OR GASTROINTESTINAL CATARRH.
    • DIARRHEA.
    • DYSENTERY.
    • GASTROENTERITIS.
    • HEMORRHOIDS, OR PILES.
    • HERNIA, OR RUPTURE.
    • PERITONITIS.
    • ASCITES, OR DROPSY OF THE ABDOMEN.
    • DISEASES OF THE LIVER.
    • HEPATITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE LIVER.
    • JAUNDICE, ICTERUS, OR THE YELLOWS.
    • RUPTURE OF THE LIVER.
    • BILIARY CALCULI, OR GALLSTONES.
    • DISEASES OF THE PANCREAS AND SPLEEN.
    • GASTROINTESTINAL PARASITES.
      • [By Maurice C. Hall, Ph. D., D. V. M.]
    • [By Maurice C. Hall, Ph. D., D. V. M.]
    • DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY ORGANS.
      • [Revised by Leonard Pearson, B. S., V. M. D.]
        • CAUSES OF DISEASES OF RESPIRATORY ORGANS.
        • WOUNDS ABOUT THE NOSTRILS.
        • TUMORS WITHIN THE NOSTRILS.
        • COLD IN THE HEAD, OR NASAL CATARRH.
        • CHRONIC CATARRH (OR NASAL GLEET, OR COLLECTION IN THE SINUSES).
        • THICKENING OF THE NASAL MEMBRANE.
        • NASAL POLYPUS.
        • PHARYNGEAL POLYPUS.
        • BLEEDING FROM THE NOSE.
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE PHARYNX.
        • SORE THROAT, OR LARYNGITIS.
        • SPASM OF THE LARYNX.
        • CROUP AND DIPHTHERIA.
        • THICK WIND AND ROARING.
        • CHRONIC BRONCHITIS.
        • THE LUNGS.
        • CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS.
        • PNEUMONIA, OR LUNG FEVER.
        • THE WINDPIPE.
        • GUTTURAL POUCHES.
        • BRONCHITIS AND BRONCHO-PNEUMONIA.
        • PLEURISY.
        • PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
        • BRONCHO-PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
        • SUPPURATION AND ABSCESS IN THE LUNG.
        • MORTIFICATION.
        • HEMOPTYSIS, OR BLEEDING FROM THE LUNGS.
        • TUBERCULOSIS OF THE LUNGS.
        • HEAVES, BROKEN WIND, OR ASTHMA.
        • CHRONIC COUGH.
        • PLEURODYNIA.
        • WOUNDS PENETRATING THE WALLS OF THE CHEST.
        • THUMPS, OR SPASM OF THE DIAPHRAGM.
        • RUPTURE OF THE DIAPHRAGM.
      • CAUSES OF DISEASES OF RESPIRATORY ORGANS.
      • WOUNDS ABOUT THE NOSTRILS.
      • TUMORS WITHIN THE NOSTRILS.
      • COLD IN THE HEAD, OR NASAL CATARRH.
      • CHRONIC CATARRH (OR NASAL GLEET, OR COLLECTION IN THE SINUSES).
      • THICKENING OF THE NASAL MEMBRANE.
      • NASAL POLYPUS.
      • PHARYNGEAL POLYPUS.
      • BLEEDING FROM THE NOSE.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE PHARYNX.
      • SORE THROAT, OR LARYNGITIS.
      • SPASM OF THE LARYNX.
      • CROUP AND DIPHTHERIA.
      • THICK WIND AND ROARING.
      • CHRONIC BRONCHITIS.
      • THE LUNGS.
      • CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS.
      • PNEUMONIA, OR LUNG FEVER.
      • THE WINDPIPE.
      • GUTTURAL POUCHES.
      • BRONCHITIS AND BRONCHO-PNEUMONIA.
      • PLEURISY.
      • PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
      • BRONCHO-PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
      • SUPPURATION AND ABSCESS IN THE LUNG.
      • MORTIFICATION.
      • HEMOPTYSIS, OR BLEEDING FROM THE LUNGS.
      • TUBERCULOSIS OF THE LUNGS.
      • HEAVES, BROKEN WIND, OR ASTHMA.
      • CHRONIC COUGH.
      • PLEURODYNIA.
      • WOUNDS PENETRATING THE WALLS OF THE CHEST.
      • THUMPS, OR SPASM OF THE DIAPHRAGM.
      • RUPTURE OF THE DIAPHRAGM.
    • [Revised by Leonard Pearson, B. S., V. M. D.]
      • CAUSES OF DISEASES OF RESPIRATORY ORGANS.
      • WOUNDS ABOUT THE NOSTRILS.
      • TUMORS WITHIN THE NOSTRILS.
      • COLD IN THE HEAD, OR NASAL CATARRH.
      • CHRONIC CATARRH (OR NASAL GLEET, OR COLLECTION IN THE SINUSES).
      • THICKENING OF THE NASAL MEMBRANE.
      • NASAL POLYPUS.
      • PHARYNGEAL POLYPUS.
      • BLEEDING FROM THE NOSE.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE PHARYNX.
      • SORE THROAT, OR LARYNGITIS.
      • SPASM OF THE LARYNX.
      • CROUP AND DIPHTHERIA.
      • THICK WIND AND ROARING.
      • CHRONIC BRONCHITIS.
      • THE LUNGS.
      • CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS.
      • PNEUMONIA, OR LUNG FEVER.
      • THE WINDPIPE.
      • GUTTURAL POUCHES.
      • BRONCHITIS AND BRONCHO-PNEUMONIA.
      • PLEURISY.
      • PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
      • BRONCHO-PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
      • SUPPURATION AND ABSCESS IN THE LUNG.
      • MORTIFICATION.
      • HEMOPTYSIS, OR BLEEDING FROM THE LUNGS.
      • TUBERCULOSIS OF THE LUNGS.
      • HEAVES, BROKEN WIND, OR ASTHMA.
      • CHRONIC COUGH.
      • PLEURODYNIA.
      • WOUNDS PENETRATING THE WALLS OF THE CHEST.
      • THUMPS, OR SPASM OF THE DIAPHRAGM.
      • RUPTURE OF THE DIAPHRAGM.
    • CAUSES OF DISEASES OF RESPIRATORY ORGANS.
    • WOUNDS ABOUT THE NOSTRILS.
    • TUMORS WITHIN THE NOSTRILS.
    • COLD IN THE HEAD, OR NASAL CATARRH.
    • CHRONIC CATARRH (OR NASAL GLEET, OR COLLECTION IN THE SINUSES).
    • THICKENING OF THE NASAL MEMBRANE.
    • NASAL POLYPUS.
    • PHARYNGEAL POLYPUS.
    • BLEEDING FROM THE NOSE.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE PHARYNX.
    • SORE THROAT, OR LARYNGITIS.
    • SPASM OF THE LARYNX.
    • CROUP AND DIPHTHERIA.
    • THICK WIND AND ROARING.
    • CHRONIC BRONCHITIS.
    • THE LUNGS.
    • CONGESTION OF THE LUNGS.
    • PNEUMONIA, OR LUNG FEVER.
    • THE WINDPIPE.
    • GUTTURAL POUCHES.
    • BRONCHITIS AND BRONCHO-PNEUMONIA.
    • PLEURISY.
    • PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
    • BRONCHO-PLEUROPNEUMONIA.
    • SUPPURATION AND ABSCESS IN THE LUNG.
    • MORTIFICATION.
    • HEMOPTYSIS, OR BLEEDING FROM THE LUNGS.
    • TUBERCULOSIS OF THE LUNGS.
    • HEAVES, BROKEN WIND, OR ASTHMA.
    • CHRONIC COUGH.
    • PLEURODYNIA.
    • WOUNDS PENETRATING THE WALLS OF THE CHEST.
    • THUMPS, OR SPASM OF THE DIAPHRAGM.
    • RUPTURE OF THE DIAPHRAGM.
    • DISEASES OF THE URINARY ORGANS.
      • Formerly Professor of Veterinary Science, etc., in Cornell University.
        • USES OF THE URINARY ORGANS.
        • PROMINENT CAUSES OF URINARY DISORDERS.
        • GENERAL SYMPTOMS OF DISEASE.
        • EXAMINATION OF THE URINE.
      • USES OF THE URINARY ORGANS.
      • PROMINENT CAUSES OF URINARY DISORDERS.
      • GENERAL SYMPTOMS OF DISEASE.
      • EXAMINATION OF THE URINE.
      • DIURESIS (POLYURIA, DIABETES INSIPIDUS, OR EXCESSIVE SECRETION OF URINE).
        • SACCHARINE DIABETES (DIABETES MELLITUS, GLYCOSURIA, OR INOSURIA).
        • HEMATURIA (BLOODY URINE).
        • HEMOGLOBINURIA (AZOTURIA, AZOTEMIA, POISONING BY ALBUMINOIDS).
        • ACUTE INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS, OR ACUTE NEPHRITIS.
        • CHRONIC INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
        • TUMORS OF THE KIDNEYS.
        • PARASITES.
        • SPASM OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER.
        • PARALYSIS OF THE BLADDER.
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER (CYSTITIS, OR UROCYSTITIS).
        • IRRITABLE BLADDER.
        • DISEASED GROWTHS IN THE BLADDER.
        • DISCHARGE OF URINE BY THE NAVEL, OR PERSISTENT URACHUS.
        • EVERSION OF THE BLADDER.
      • SACCHARINE DIABETES (DIABETES MELLITUS, GLYCOSURIA, OR INOSURIA).
      • HEMATURIA (BLOODY URINE).
      • HEMOGLOBINURIA (AZOTURIA, AZOTEMIA, POISONING BY ALBUMINOIDS).
      • ACUTE INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS, OR ACUTE NEPHRITIS.
      • CHRONIC INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
      • TUMORS OF THE KIDNEYS.
      • PARASITES.
      • SPASM OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER.
      • PARALYSIS OF THE BLADDER.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER (CYSTITIS, OR UROCYSTITIS).
      • IRRITABLE BLADDER.
      • DISEASED GROWTHS IN THE BLADDER.
      • DISCHARGE OF URINE BY THE NAVEL, OR PERSISTENT URACHUS.
      • EVERSION OF THE BLADDER.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE URETHRA (URETHRITIS, OR GLEET).
        • STRICTURE OF THE URETHRA.
        • URINARY CALCULI (STONE, OR GRAVEL).
        • CLASSIFICATION OF URINARY CALCULI.
      • STRICTURE OF THE URETHRA.
      • URINARY CALCULI (STONE, OR GRAVEL).
      • CLASSIFICATION OF URINARY CALCULI.
    • Formerly Professor of Veterinary Science, etc., in Cornell University.
      • USES OF THE URINARY ORGANS.
      • PROMINENT CAUSES OF URINARY DISORDERS.
      • GENERAL SYMPTOMS OF DISEASE.
      • EXAMINATION OF THE URINE.
    • USES OF THE URINARY ORGANS.
    • PROMINENT CAUSES OF URINARY DISORDERS.
    • GENERAL SYMPTOMS OF DISEASE.
    • EXAMINATION OF THE URINE.
    • DIURESIS (POLYURIA, DIABETES INSIPIDUS, OR EXCESSIVE SECRETION OF URINE).
      • SACCHARINE DIABETES (DIABETES MELLITUS, GLYCOSURIA, OR INOSURIA).
      • HEMATURIA (BLOODY URINE).
      • HEMOGLOBINURIA (AZOTURIA, AZOTEMIA, POISONING BY ALBUMINOIDS).
      • ACUTE INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS, OR ACUTE NEPHRITIS.
      • CHRONIC INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
      • TUMORS OF THE KIDNEYS.
      • PARASITES.
      • SPASM OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER.
      • PARALYSIS OF THE BLADDER.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER (CYSTITIS, OR UROCYSTITIS).
      • IRRITABLE BLADDER.
      • DISEASED GROWTHS IN THE BLADDER.
      • DISCHARGE OF URINE BY THE NAVEL, OR PERSISTENT URACHUS.
      • EVERSION OF THE BLADDER.
    • SACCHARINE DIABETES (DIABETES MELLITUS, GLYCOSURIA, OR INOSURIA).
    • HEMATURIA (BLOODY URINE).
    • HEMOGLOBINURIA (AZOTURIA, AZOTEMIA, POISONING BY ALBUMINOIDS).
    • ACUTE INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS, OR ACUTE NEPHRITIS.
    • CHRONIC INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS.
    • TUMORS OF THE KIDNEYS.
    • PARASITES.
    • SPASM OF THE NECK OF THE BLADDER.
    • PARALYSIS OF THE BLADDER.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER (CYSTITIS, OR UROCYSTITIS).
    • IRRITABLE BLADDER.
    • DISEASED GROWTHS IN THE BLADDER.
    • DISCHARGE OF URINE BY THE NAVEL, OR PERSISTENT URACHUS.
    • EVERSION OF THE BLADDER.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE URETHRA (URETHRITIS, OR GLEET).
      • STRICTURE OF THE URETHRA.
      • URINARY CALCULI (STONE, OR GRAVEL).
      • CLASSIFICATION OF URINARY CALCULI.
    • STRICTURE OF THE URETHRA.
    • URINARY CALCULI (STONE, OR GRAVEL).
    • CLASSIFICATION OF URINARY CALCULI.
    • DISEASES OF THE GENERATIVE ORGANS.
      • Formerly Professor of Veterinary Science, etc., in Cornell University.
        • CONGESTION AND INFLAMMATION OF THE TESTICLES, OR ORCHITIS.
        • SARCOCELE.
        • HYDROCELE, OR DROPSY OF THE SCROTUM.
        • VARICOCELE.
        • ABNORMAL NUMBER OF TESTICLES.
        • DEGENERATION OF THE TESTICLES.
        • WARTS ON THE PENIS.
        • DEGENERATION OF PENIS (PAPILLOMA, OR EPITHELIOMA).
        • EXTRAVASATION OF BLOOD IN THE PENIS.
        • PARALYSIS OF THE PENIS.
        • SELF-ABUSE, OR MASTURBATION.
        • DOURINE.
      • CONGESTION AND INFLAMMATION OF THE TESTICLES, OR ORCHITIS.
      • SARCOCELE.
      • HYDROCELE, OR DROPSY OF THE SCROTUM.
      • VARICOCELE.
      • ABNORMAL NUMBER OF TESTICLES.
      • DEGENERATION OF THE TESTICLES.
      • WARTS ON THE PENIS.
      • DEGENERATION OF PENIS (PAPILLOMA, OR EPITHELIOMA).
      • EXTRAVASATION OF BLOOD IN THE PENIS.
      • PARALYSIS OF THE PENIS.
      • SELF-ABUSE, OR MASTURBATION.
      • DOURINE.
      • CASTRATION.
        • CASTRATION OF STALLIONS.
        • CASTRATION OF CRYPTORCHIDS (RIDGLINGS).
        • CONDITIONS FOLLOWING CASTRATION.
        • CASTRATION BY THE COVERED OPERATION.
        • CASTRATION OF THE MARE.
        • STERILITY.
      • CASTRATION OF STALLIONS.
      • CASTRATION OF CRYPTORCHIDS (RIDGLINGS).
      • CONDITIONS FOLLOWING CASTRATION.
      • CASTRATION BY THE COVERED OPERATION.
      • CASTRATION OF THE MARE.
      • STERILITY.
      • PREGNANCY.
        • INDICATIONS OF PREGNANCY.
        • DURATION OF PREGNANCY.
        • HYGIENE OF THE PREGNANT MARE.
        • EXTRA-UTERINE GESTATION.
        • MOLES, OR ANIDIAN MONSTERS.
        • CYSTIC DISEASE OF THE WALLS OF THE WOMB, OR VESICULAR MOLE.
        • DROPSY OF THE WOMB.
        • DROPSY OF THE AMNION.
        • DROPSY OF THE LIMBS, PERINEUM, AND ABDOMEN.
        • CRAMPS OF THE HIND LIMBS.
        • CONSTIPATION.
        • PARALYSIS.
        • PROLONGED RETENTION OF THE FETUS (FOAL).
        • ABORTION.
        • INFECTIOUS ABORTION IN MARES.
      • INDICATIONS OF PREGNANCY.
      • DURATION OF PREGNANCY.
      • HYGIENE OF THE PREGNANT MARE.
      • EXTRA-UTERINE GESTATION.
      • MOLES, OR ANIDIAN MONSTERS.
      • CYSTIC DISEASE OF THE WALLS OF THE WOMB, OR VESICULAR MOLE.
      • DROPSY OF THE WOMB.
      • DROPSY OF THE AMNION.
      • DROPSY OF THE LIMBS, PERINEUM, AND ABDOMEN.
      • CRAMPS OF THE HIND LIMBS.
      • CONSTIPATION.
      • PARALYSIS.
      • PROLONGED RETENTION OF THE FETUS (FOAL).
      • ABORTION.
      • INFECTIOUS ABORTION IN MARES.
      • PARTURITION.
        • SYMPTOMS OF PARTURITION.
        • NATURAL PRESENTATION.
        • PREMATURE LABOR PAINS.
        • DIFFICULT PARTURITION.
      • SYMPTOMS OF PARTURITION.
      • NATURAL PRESENTATION.
      • PREMATURE LABOR PAINS.
      • DIFFICULT PARTURITION.
      • ABNORMAL PRESENTATIONS.
        • (Pls. XV-XVIII.)
        • EMBRYOTOMY.
        • FLOODING, OR BLEEDING FROM THE WOMB.
        • EVERSION OF THE WOMB.
        • RUPTURE, OR LACERATION, OF THE WOMB.
        • RUPTURES OF THE VAGINA.
        • BLOOD CLOTS IN THE WALLS OF THE VAGINA.
        • LAMINITIS, OR FOUNDER, FOLLOWING PARTURITION.
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE WOMB AND PERITONEUM.
        • LEUCORRHEA.
      • (Pls. XV-XVIII.)
      • EMBRYOTOMY.
      • FLOODING, OR BLEEDING FROM THE WOMB.
      • EVERSION OF THE WOMB.
      • RUPTURE, OR LACERATION, OF THE WOMB.
      • RUPTURES OF THE VAGINA.
      • BLOOD CLOTS IN THE WALLS OF THE VAGINA.
      • LAMINITIS, OR FOUNDER, FOLLOWING PARTURITION.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE WOMB AND PERITONEUM.
      • LEUCORRHEA.
      • DISEASES OF THE UDDER AND TEATS.
        • CONGESTION AND INFLAMMATION OF THE UDDER.
        • TUMORS OF THE UDDER.
        • SORE TEATS, SCABS, CRACKS, WARTS.
      • CONGESTION AND INFLAMMATION OF THE UDDER.
      • TUMORS OF THE UDDER.
      • SORE TEATS, SCABS, CRACKS, WARTS.
    • Formerly Professor of Veterinary Science, etc., in Cornell University.
      • CONGESTION AND INFLAMMATION OF THE TESTICLES, OR ORCHITIS.
      • SARCOCELE.
      • HYDROCELE, OR DROPSY OF THE SCROTUM.
      • VARICOCELE.
      • ABNORMAL NUMBER OF TESTICLES.
      • DEGENERATION OF THE TESTICLES.
      • WARTS ON THE PENIS.
      • DEGENERATION OF PENIS (PAPILLOMA, OR EPITHELIOMA).
      • EXTRAVASATION OF BLOOD IN THE PENIS.
      • PARALYSIS OF THE PENIS.
      • SELF-ABUSE, OR MASTURBATION.
      • DOURINE.
    • CONGESTION AND INFLAMMATION OF THE TESTICLES, OR ORCHITIS.
    • SARCOCELE.
    • HYDROCELE, OR DROPSY OF THE SCROTUM.
    • VARICOCELE.
    • ABNORMAL NUMBER OF TESTICLES.
    • DEGENERATION OF THE TESTICLES.
    • WARTS ON THE PENIS.
    • DEGENERATION OF PENIS (PAPILLOMA, OR EPITHELIOMA).
    • EXTRAVASATION OF BLOOD IN THE PENIS.
    • PARALYSIS OF THE PENIS.
    • SELF-ABUSE, OR MASTURBATION.
    • DOURINE.
    • CASTRATION.
      • CASTRATION OF STALLIONS.
      • CASTRATION OF CRYPTORCHIDS (RIDGLINGS).
      • CONDITIONS FOLLOWING CASTRATION.
      • CASTRATION BY THE COVERED OPERATION.
      • CASTRATION OF THE MARE.
      • STERILITY.
    • CASTRATION OF STALLIONS.
    • CASTRATION OF CRYPTORCHIDS (RIDGLINGS).
    • CONDITIONS FOLLOWING CASTRATION.
    • CASTRATION BY THE COVERED OPERATION.
    • CASTRATION OF THE MARE.
    • STERILITY.
    • PREGNANCY.
      • INDICATIONS OF PREGNANCY.
      • DURATION OF PREGNANCY.
      • HYGIENE OF THE PREGNANT MARE.
      • EXTRA-UTERINE GESTATION.
      • MOLES, OR ANIDIAN MONSTERS.
      • CYSTIC DISEASE OF THE WALLS OF THE WOMB, OR VESICULAR MOLE.
      • DROPSY OF THE WOMB.
      • DROPSY OF THE AMNION.
      • DROPSY OF THE LIMBS, PERINEUM, AND ABDOMEN.
      • CRAMPS OF THE HIND LIMBS.
      • CONSTIPATION.
      • PARALYSIS.
      • PROLONGED RETENTION OF THE FETUS (FOAL).
      • ABORTION.
      • INFECTIOUS ABORTION IN MARES.
    • INDICATIONS OF PREGNANCY.
    • DURATION OF PREGNANCY.
    • HYGIENE OF THE PREGNANT MARE.
    • EXTRA-UTERINE GESTATION.
    • MOLES, OR ANIDIAN MONSTERS.
    • CYSTIC DISEASE OF THE WALLS OF THE WOMB, OR VESICULAR MOLE.
    • DROPSY OF THE WOMB.
    • DROPSY OF THE AMNION.
    • DROPSY OF THE LIMBS, PERINEUM, AND ABDOMEN.
    • CRAMPS OF THE HIND LIMBS.
    • CONSTIPATION.
    • PARALYSIS.
    • PROLONGED RETENTION OF THE FETUS (FOAL).
    • ABORTION.
    • INFECTIOUS ABORTION IN MARES.
    • PARTURITION.
      • SYMPTOMS OF PARTURITION.
      • NATURAL PRESENTATION.
      • PREMATURE LABOR PAINS.
      • DIFFICULT PARTURITION.
    • SYMPTOMS OF PARTURITION.
    • NATURAL PRESENTATION.
    • PREMATURE LABOR PAINS.
    • DIFFICULT PARTURITION.
    • ABNORMAL PRESENTATIONS.
      • (Pls. XV-XVIII.)
      • EMBRYOTOMY.
      • FLOODING, OR BLEEDING FROM THE WOMB.
      • EVERSION OF THE WOMB.
      • RUPTURE, OR LACERATION, OF THE WOMB.
      • RUPTURES OF THE VAGINA.
      • BLOOD CLOTS IN THE WALLS OF THE VAGINA.
      • LAMINITIS, OR FOUNDER, FOLLOWING PARTURITION.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE WOMB AND PERITONEUM.
      • LEUCORRHEA.
    • (Pls. XV-XVIII.)
    • EMBRYOTOMY.
    • FLOODING, OR BLEEDING FROM THE WOMB.
    • EVERSION OF THE WOMB.
    • RUPTURE, OR LACERATION, OF THE WOMB.
    • RUPTURES OF THE VAGINA.
    • BLOOD CLOTS IN THE WALLS OF THE VAGINA.
    • LAMINITIS, OR FOUNDER, FOLLOWING PARTURITION.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE WOMB AND PERITONEUM.
    • LEUCORRHEA.
    • DISEASES OF THE UDDER AND TEATS.
      • CONGESTION AND INFLAMMATION OF THE UDDER.
      • TUMORS OF THE UDDER.
      • SORE TEATS, SCABS, CRACKS, WARTS.
    • CONGESTION AND INFLAMMATION OF THE UDDER.
    • TUMORS OF THE UDDER.
    • SORE TEATS, SCABS, CRACKS, WARTS.
    • DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM.
      • [Revised by John R. Mohler, A. M., V. M. D.]
        • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE BRAIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM.
        • Inflammation of the Brain and its Membranes (Encephalitis, Meningitis, Cerebritis).
        • CONGESTION OF THE BRAIN, OR MEGRIMS.
        • SUNSTROKE, HEAT STROKE, OR HEAT EXHAUSTION.
        • APOPLEXY OR CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE.
        • COMPRESSION OF THE BRAIN.
        • CONCUSSION OF THE BRAIN.
        • ANEMIA OF THE BRAIN.
        • HYDROCEPHALUS, OR DROPSY OF THE BRAIN.
        • TUMORS WITHIN THE CRANIUM.
        • SPASMS, OR CRAMPS.
        • CHOREA, OR ST. VITUS'S DANCE.
        • EPILEPSY, OR FALLING FITS.
        • PARALYSIS, OR PALSY.
        • SPINAL MENINGITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE MEMBRANES ENVELOPING THE SPINAL CORD.
        • MYELITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE SUBSTANCE OF THE SPINAL CORD.
        • SPINAL CONGESTION.
        • SPINAL ANEMIA.
        • SPINAL COMPRESSION.
        • SPINAL HEMORRHAGE.
        • SPINAL CONCUSSION.
        • SPINAL TUMORS.
        • NEURITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF A NERVE.
        • NEUROMA, OR TUMOR OF A NERVE.
        • INJURIES TO NERVES.
        • FORAGE POISONING, OR SO-CALLED CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS.
        • TETANUS, OR LOCKJAW.
        • RABIES, HYDROPHOBIA, OR MADNESS.
        • PLUMBISM, OR LEAD POISONING.
        • UREMIA.
        • ELECTRIC SHOCK.
      • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE BRAIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM.
      • Inflammation of the Brain and its Membranes (Encephalitis, Meningitis, Cerebritis).
      • CONGESTION OF THE BRAIN, OR MEGRIMS.
      • SUNSTROKE, HEAT STROKE, OR HEAT EXHAUSTION.
      • APOPLEXY OR CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE.
      • COMPRESSION OF THE BRAIN.
      • CONCUSSION OF THE BRAIN.
      • ANEMIA OF THE BRAIN.
      • HYDROCEPHALUS, OR DROPSY OF THE BRAIN.
      • TUMORS WITHIN THE CRANIUM.
      • SPASMS, OR CRAMPS.
      • CHOREA, OR ST. VITUS'S DANCE.
      • EPILEPSY, OR FALLING FITS.
      • PARALYSIS, OR PALSY.
      • SPINAL MENINGITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE MEMBRANES ENVELOPING THE SPINAL CORD.
      • MYELITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE SUBSTANCE OF THE SPINAL CORD.
      • SPINAL CONGESTION.
      • SPINAL ANEMIA.
      • SPINAL COMPRESSION.
      • SPINAL HEMORRHAGE.
      • SPINAL CONCUSSION.
      • SPINAL TUMORS.
      • NEURITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF A NERVE.
      • NEUROMA, OR TUMOR OF A NERVE.
      • INJURIES TO NERVES.
      • FORAGE POISONING, OR SO-CALLED CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS.
      • TETANUS, OR LOCKJAW.
      • RABIES, HYDROPHOBIA, OR MADNESS.
      • PLUMBISM, OR LEAD POISONING.
      • UREMIA.
      • ELECTRIC SHOCK.
    • [Revised by John R. Mohler, A. M., V. M. D.]
      • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE BRAIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM.
      • Inflammation of the Brain and its Membranes (Encephalitis, Meningitis, Cerebritis).
      • CONGESTION OF THE BRAIN, OR MEGRIMS.
      • SUNSTROKE, HEAT STROKE, OR HEAT EXHAUSTION.
      • APOPLEXY OR CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE.
      • COMPRESSION OF THE BRAIN.
      • CONCUSSION OF THE BRAIN.
      • ANEMIA OF THE BRAIN.
      • HYDROCEPHALUS, OR DROPSY OF THE BRAIN.
      • TUMORS WITHIN THE CRANIUM.
      • SPASMS, OR CRAMPS.
      • CHOREA, OR ST. VITUS'S DANCE.
      • EPILEPSY, OR FALLING FITS.
      • PARALYSIS, OR PALSY.
      • SPINAL MENINGITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE MEMBRANES ENVELOPING THE SPINAL CORD.
      • MYELITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE SUBSTANCE OF THE SPINAL CORD.
      • SPINAL CONGESTION.
      • SPINAL ANEMIA.
      • SPINAL COMPRESSION.
      • SPINAL HEMORRHAGE.
      • SPINAL CONCUSSION.
      • SPINAL TUMORS.
      • NEURITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF A NERVE.
      • NEUROMA, OR TUMOR OF A NERVE.
      • INJURIES TO NERVES.
      • FORAGE POISONING, OR SO-CALLED CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS.
      • TETANUS, OR LOCKJAW.
      • RABIES, HYDROPHOBIA, OR MADNESS.
      • PLUMBISM, OR LEAD POISONING.
      • UREMIA.
      • ELECTRIC SHOCK.
    • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE BRAIN AND NERVOUS SYSTEM.
    • Inflammation of the Brain and its Membranes (Encephalitis, Meningitis, Cerebritis).
    • CONGESTION OF THE BRAIN, OR MEGRIMS.
    • SUNSTROKE, HEAT STROKE, OR HEAT EXHAUSTION.
    • APOPLEXY OR CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE.
    • COMPRESSION OF THE BRAIN.
    • CONCUSSION OF THE BRAIN.
    • ANEMIA OF THE BRAIN.
    • HYDROCEPHALUS, OR DROPSY OF THE BRAIN.
    • TUMORS WITHIN THE CRANIUM.
    • SPASMS, OR CRAMPS.
    • CHOREA, OR ST. VITUS'S DANCE.
    • EPILEPSY, OR FALLING FITS.
    • PARALYSIS, OR PALSY.
    • SPINAL MENINGITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE MEMBRANES ENVELOPING THE SPINAL CORD.
    • MYELITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE SUBSTANCE OF THE SPINAL CORD.
    • SPINAL CONGESTION.
    • SPINAL ANEMIA.
    • SPINAL COMPRESSION.
    • SPINAL HEMORRHAGE.
    • SPINAL CONCUSSION.
    • SPINAL TUMORS.
    • NEURITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF A NERVE.
    • NEUROMA, OR TUMOR OF A NERVE.
    • INJURIES TO NERVES.
    • FORAGE POISONING, OR SO-CALLED CEREBROSPINAL MENINGITIS.
    • TETANUS, OR LOCKJAW.
    • RABIES, HYDROPHOBIA, OR MADNESS.
    • PLUMBISM, OR LEAD POISONING.
    • UREMIA.
    • ELECTRIC SHOCK.
    • DISEASES OF THE HEART, BLOOD VESSELS, AND LYMPHATICS.
      • [Revised by Leonard Pearson, B. S., V. M. D.]
        • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HEART AND BLOOD VESSELS.
        • DISEASES OF THE HEART AND BLOOD VESSELS.
        • MYOCARDITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE MUSCULAR STRUCTURE OF THE HEART.
        • ENDOCARDITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE LINING MEMBRANE OF THE HEART.
        • PERICARDITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE SAC INCLOSING THE HEART.
        • VALVULAR DISEASE OF THE HEART.
        • ADVENTITIOUS GROWTHS IN THE HEART.
        • PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
        • SYNCOPE, OR FAINTING.
        • HYPERTROPHY OF THE HEART, OR CARDIAC ENLARGEMENT.
        • DILATATION OF THE HEART.
        • FATTY DEGENERATION OF THE HEART.
        • RUPTURE OF THE HEART.
        • WEAKNESS OF THE HEART.
        • CONGESTION OF THE HEART
        • CYANOSIS OF NEWBORN FOALS.
        • DISEASES OF ARTERIES, OR ARTERITIS AND ENDARTERITIS.
        • ATHEROMA.
        • CONSTRICTION OF AN ARTERY.
        • ANEURISM.
        • RUPTURE OF AN ARTERY.
        • THROMBUS AND EMBOLISM.
        • DISEASES OF VEINS, OR PHLEBITIS.
        • VARICOSE VEINS, VARIX, OR DILATATION OF VEINS.
        • AIR IN VEINS, OR AIR EMBOLISM.
        • PURPURA HEMORRHAGICA.
        • DISEASES OF THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM.
        • LOCAL INFLAMMATION AND ABSCESS OF LYMPHATIC GLANDS.
        • LYMPHANGITIS.
      • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HEART AND BLOOD VESSELS.
      • DISEASES OF THE HEART AND BLOOD VESSELS.
      • MYOCARDITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE MUSCULAR STRUCTURE OF THE HEART.
      • ENDOCARDITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE LINING MEMBRANE OF THE HEART.
      • PERICARDITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE SAC INCLOSING THE HEART.
      • VALVULAR DISEASE OF THE HEART.
      • ADVENTITIOUS GROWTHS IN THE HEART.
      • PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
      • SYNCOPE, OR FAINTING.
      • HYPERTROPHY OF THE HEART, OR CARDIAC ENLARGEMENT.
      • DILATATION OF THE HEART.
      • FATTY DEGENERATION OF THE HEART.
      • RUPTURE OF THE HEART.
      • WEAKNESS OF THE HEART.
      • CONGESTION OF THE HEART
      • CYANOSIS OF NEWBORN FOALS.
      • DISEASES OF ARTERIES, OR ARTERITIS AND ENDARTERITIS.
      • ATHEROMA.
      • CONSTRICTION OF AN ARTERY.
      • ANEURISM.
      • RUPTURE OF AN ARTERY.
      • THROMBUS AND EMBOLISM.
      • DISEASES OF VEINS, OR PHLEBITIS.
      • VARICOSE VEINS, VARIX, OR DILATATION OF VEINS.
      • AIR IN VEINS, OR AIR EMBOLISM.
      • PURPURA HEMORRHAGICA.
      • DISEASES OF THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM.
      • LOCAL INFLAMMATION AND ABSCESS OF LYMPHATIC GLANDS.
      • LYMPHANGITIS.
    • [Revised by Leonard Pearson, B. S., V. M. D.]
      • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HEART AND BLOOD VESSELS.
      • DISEASES OF THE HEART AND BLOOD VESSELS.
      • MYOCARDITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE MUSCULAR STRUCTURE OF THE HEART.
      • ENDOCARDITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE LINING MEMBRANE OF THE HEART.
      • PERICARDITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE SAC INCLOSING THE HEART.
      • VALVULAR DISEASE OF THE HEART.
      • ADVENTITIOUS GROWTHS IN THE HEART.
      • PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
      • SYNCOPE, OR FAINTING.
      • HYPERTROPHY OF THE HEART, OR CARDIAC ENLARGEMENT.
      • DILATATION OF THE HEART.
      • FATTY DEGENERATION OF THE HEART.
      • RUPTURE OF THE HEART.
      • WEAKNESS OF THE HEART.
      • CONGESTION OF THE HEART
      • CYANOSIS OF NEWBORN FOALS.
      • DISEASES OF ARTERIES, OR ARTERITIS AND ENDARTERITIS.
      • ATHEROMA.
      • CONSTRICTION OF AN ARTERY.
      • ANEURISM.
      • RUPTURE OF AN ARTERY.
      • THROMBUS AND EMBOLISM.
      • DISEASES OF VEINS, OR PHLEBITIS.
      • VARICOSE VEINS, VARIX, OR DILATATION OF VEINS.
      • AIR IN VEINS, OR AIR EMBOLISM.
      • PURPURA HEMORRHAGICA.
      • DISEASES OF THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM.
      • LOCAL INFLAMMATION AND ABSCESS OF LYMPHATIC GLANDS.
      • LYMPHANGITIS.
    • ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF THE HEART AND BLOOD VESSELS.
    • DISEASES OF THE HEART AND BLOOD VESSELS.
    • MYOCARDITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE MUSCULAR STRUCTURE OF THE HEART.
    • ENDOCARDITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE LINING MEMBRANE OF THE HEART.
    • PERICARDITIS, OR INFLAMMATION OF THE SAC INCLOSING THE HEART.
    • VALVULAR DISEASE OF THE HEART.
    • ADVENTITIOUS GROWTHS IN THE HEART.
    • PALPITATION OF THE HEART.
    • SYNCOPE, OR FAINTING.
    • HYPERTROPHY OF THE HEART, OR CARDIAC ENLARGEMENT.
    • DILATATION OF THE HEART.
    • FATTY DEGENERATION OF THE HEART.
    • RUPTURE OF THE HEART.
    • WEAKNESS OF THE HEART.
    • CONGESTION OF THE HEART
    • CYANOSIS OF NEWBORN FOALS.
    • DISEASES OF ARTERIES, OR ARTERITIS AND ENDARTERITIS.
    • ATHEROMA.
    • CONSTRICTION OF AN ARTERY.
    • ANEURISM.
    • RUPTURE OF AN ARTERY.
    • THROMBUS AND EMBOLISM.
    • DISEASES OF VEINS, OR PHLEBITIS.
    • VARICOSE VEINS, VARIX, OR DILATATION OF VEINS.
    • AIR IN VEINS, OR AIR EMBOLISM.
    • PURPURA HEMORRHAGICA.
    • DISEASES OF THE LYMPHATIC SYSTEM.
    • LOCAL INFLAMMATION AND ABSCESS OF LYMPHATIC GLANDS.
    • LYMPHANGITIS.
    • DISEASES OF THE EYE.
      • Formerly Professor of Veterinary Science, etc., Cornell University.
      • STRUCTURE OF THE EYE.
        • THE EYEBALL.
        • MUSCLES OF THE EYE.
        • THE HAW (THE WINKING CARTILAGE, OR CARTILAGO NICTITANS).
        • LACRIMAL APPARATUS.
        • EXAMINATION OF THE EYE.
      • THE EYEBALL.
      • MUSCLES OF THE EYE.
      • THE HAW (THE WINKING CARTILAGE, OR CARTILAGO NICTITANS).
      • LACRIMAL APPARATUS.
      • EXAMINATION OF THE EYE.
      • DISEASES OF THE EYELIDS.
        • CONGENITAL DISORDERS.
        • NERVOUS DISORDERS.
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE EYELIDS.
        • STY, OR FURUNCLE (BOIL) OF THE EYELID.
        • ENTROPION AND ECTROPION, OR INVERSION AND EVERSION OF THE EYELID.
        • TRICHIASIS.
        • WARTS AND OTHER TUMORS OF THE EYELIDS.
        • TORN EYELIDS OR WOUNDS OF EYELIDS.
        • TUMOR OF THE HAW, OR CARIES OF THE CARTILAGE.
        • OBSTRUCTION OF THE LACRIMAL APPARATUS, OR WATERING EYE.
        • EXTERNAL OPHTHALMIA, OR CONJUNCTIVITIS.
        • WHITE SPECKS AND CLOUDINESS OF THE CORNEA.
        • ULCERS OF THE CORNEA.
        • INTERNAL OPHTHALMIA (IRITIS, CHOROIDITIS, AND RETINITIS).
        • RECURRENT OPHTHALMIA (PERIODIC OPHTHALMIA, OR MOON-BLINDNESS).
        • CATARACT.
        • PALSY OF THE NERVE OF SIGHT, OR AMAUROSIS.
        • TUMORS OF THE EYEBALL.
        • STAPHYLOMA.
        • PARASITES IN THE EYE.
      • CONGENITAL DISORDERS.
      • NERVOUS DISORDERS.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE EYELIDS.
      • STY, OR FURUNCLE (BOIL) OF THE EYELID.
      • ENTROPION AND ECTROPION, OR INVERSION AND EVERSION OF THE EYELID.
      • TRICHIASIS.
      • WARTS AND OTHER TUMORS OF THE EYELIDS.
      • TORN EYELIDS OR WOUNDS OF EYELIDS.
      • TUMOR OF THE HAW, OR CARIES OF THE CARTILAGE.
      • OBSTRUCTION OF THE LACRIMAL APPARATUS, OR WATERING EYE.
      • EXTERNAL OPHTHALMIA, OR CONJUNCTIVITIS.
      • WHITE SPECKS AND CLOUDINESS OF THE CORNEA.
      • ULCERS OF THE CORNEA.
      • INTERNAL OPHTHALMIA (IRITIS, CHOROIDITIS, AND RETINITIS).
      • RECURRENT OPHTHALMIA (PERIODIC OPHTHALMIA, OR MOON-BLINDNESS).
      • CATARACT.
      • PALSY OF THE NERVE OF SIGHT, OR AMAUROSIS.
      • TUMORS OF THE EYEBALL.
      • STAPHYLOMA.
      • PARASITES IN THE EYE.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Formerly Professor of Veterinary Science, etc., Cornell University.
    • STRUCTURE OF THE EYE.
      • THE EYEBALL.
      • MUSCLES OF THE EYE.
      • THE HAW (THE WINKING CARTILAGE, OR CARTILAGO NICTITANS).
      • LACRIMAL APPARATUS.
      • EXAMINATION OF THE EYE.
    • THE EYEBALL.
    • MUSCLES OF THE EYE.
    • THE HAW (THE WINKING CARTILAGE, OR CARTILAGO NICTITANS).
    • LACRIMAL APPARATUS.
    • EXAMINATION OF THE EYE.
    • DISEASES OF THE EYELIDS.
      • CONGENITAL DISORDERS.
      • NERVOUS DISORDERS.
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE EYELIDS.
      • STY, OR FURUNCLE (BOIL) OF THE EYELID.
      • ENTROPION AND ECTROPION, OR INVERSION AND EVERSION OF THE EYELID.
      • TRICHIASIS.
      • WARTS AND OTHER TUMORS OF THE EYELIDS.
      • TORN EYELIDS OR WOUNDS OF EYELIDS.
      • TUMOR OF THE HAW, OR CARIES OF THE CARTILAGE.
      • OBSTRUCTION OF THE LACRIMAL APPARATUS, OR WATERING EYE.
      • EXTERNAL OPHTHALMIA, OR CONJUNCTIVITIS.
      • WHITE SPECKS AND CLOUDINESS OF THE CORNEA.
      • ULCERS OF THE CORNEA.
      • INTERNAL OPHTHALMIA (IRITIS, CHOROIDITIS, AND RETINITIS).
      • RECURRENT OPHTHALMIA (PERIODIC OPHTHALMIA, OR MOON-BLINDNESS).
      • CATARACT.
      • PALSY OF THE NERVE OF SIGHT, OR AMAUROSIS.
      • TUMORS OF THE EYEBALL.
      • STAPHYLOMA.
      • PARASITES IN THE EYE.
    • CONGENITAL DISORDERS.
    • NERVOUS DISORDERS.
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE EYELIDS.
    • STY, OR FURUNCLE (BOIL) OF THE EYELID.
    • ENTROPION AND ECTROPION, OR INVERSION AND EVERSION OF THE EYELID.
    • TRICHIASIS.
    • WARTS AND OTHER TUMORS OF THE EYELIDS.
    • TORN EYELIDS OR WOUNDS OF EYELIDS.
    • TUMOR OF THE HAW, OR CARIES OF THE CARTILAGE.
    • OBSTRUCTION OF THE LACRIMAL APPARATUS, OR WATERING EYE.
    • EXTERNAL OPHTHALMIA, OR CONJUNCTIVITIS.
    • WHITE SPECKS AND CLOUDINESS OF THE CORNEA.
    • ULCERS OF THE CORNEA.
    • INTERNAL OPHTHALMIA (IRITIS, CHOROIDITIS, AND RETINITIS).
    • RECURRENT OPHTHALMIA (PERIODIC OPHTHALMIA, OR MOON-BLINDNESS).
    • CATARACT.
    • PALSY OF THE NERVE OF SIGHT, OR AMAUROSIS.
    • TUMORS OF THE EYEBALL.
    • STAPHYLOMA.
    • PARASITES IN THE EYE.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • LAMENESS: ITS CAUSES AND TREATMENT.
      • [Revised by John R. Mohler, A. M., V. M. D.]
        • ANATOMY.
        • DEFINITION OF LAMENESS.
        • HOW TO DETECT THE SEAT OF LAMENESS.
      • ANATOMY.
      • DEFINITION OF LAMENESS.
      • HOW TO DETECT THE SEAT OF LAMENESS.
      • DISEASES OF BONES.
        • PERIOSTITIS, OSTITIS, AND EXOSTOSIS.
        • SPLINTS.
        • RINGBONES.
        • SIDEBONES.
        • SPAVIN.
        • FRACTURES.
        • FRACTURE OF CRANIAL BONES.
        • FRACTURES OF THE BONES OF THE FACE.
        • FRACTURES OF THE PREMAXILLARY BONE.
        • FRACTURES OF THE LOWER JAW.
        • FRACTURES OF VERTEBRÆ.
        • FRACTURE OF THE RIBS.
        • FRACTURES OF THE BONES OF THE PELVIS.
        • FRACTURE OF THE SCAPULA.
        • FRACTURES OF THE HUMERUS.
        • FRACTURES OF THE FOREARM.
        • FRACTURE OF THE KNEE.
        • FRACTURE OF THE FEMUR.
        • FRACTURE OF THE PATELLA.
        • FRACTURES OF THE TIBIA.
        • FRACTURES OF THE HOCK.
        • FRACTURES OF THE CANNON BONES.
        • FRACTURE OF THE FIRST PHALANX.
        • FRACTURES OF THE SECOND PHALANX (CORONET).
        • FRACTURES OF THE THIRD PHALANX (OS PEDIS).
        • FRACTURE OF THE SESAMOID BONES.
        • DISEASES OF JOINTS.
        • DISEASES OF THE SYNOVIAL SACS.
        • SYNOVIAL DROPSIES.
        • WINDGALLS.
        • BLOOD SPAVIN, BOG SPAVIN, AND THOROUGHPIN.
        • OPEN JOINTS, BROKEN KNEES, SYNOVITIS, AND ARTHRITIS.
        • DISLOCATIONS.
        • THE SHOULDER JOINT.
        • THE HIP JOINT.
        • PSEUDO-LUXATIONS OF THE PATELLA.
      • PERIOSTITIS, OSTITIS, AND EXOSTOSIS.
      • SPLINTS.
      • RINGBONES.
      • SIDEBONES.
      • SPAVIN.
      • FRACTURES.
      • FRACTURE OF CRANIAL BONES.
      • FRACTURES OF THE BONES OF THE FACE.
      • FRACTURES OF THE PREMAXILLARY BONE.
      • FRACTURES OF THE LOWER JAW.
      • FRACTURES OF VERTEBRÆ.
      • FRACTURE OF THE RIBS.
      • FRACTURES OF THE BONES OF THE PELVIS.
      • FRACTURE OF THE SCAPULA.
      • FRACTURES OF THE HUMERUS.
      • FRACTURES OF THE FOREARM.
      • FRACTURE OF THE KNEE.
      • FRACTURE OF THE FEMUR.
      • FRACTURE OF THE PATELLA.
      • FRACTURES OF THE TIBIA.
      • FRACTURES OF THE HOCK.
      • FRACTURES OF THE CANNON BONES.
      • FRACTURE OF THE FIRST PHALANX.
      • FRACTURES OF THE SECOND PHALANX (CORONET).
      • FRACTURES OF THE THIRD PHALANX (OS PEDIS).
      • FRACTURE OF THE SESAMOID BONES.
      • DISEASES OF JOINTS.
      • DISEASES OF THE SYNOVIAL SACS.
      • SYNOVIAL DROPSIES.
      • WINDGALLS.
      • BLOOD SPAVIN, BOG SPAVIN, AND THOROUGHPIN.
      • OPEN JOINTS, BROKEN KNEES, SYNOVITIS, AND ARTHRITIS.
      • DISLOCATIONS.
      • THE SHOULDER JOINT.
      • THE HIP JOINT.
      • PSEUDO-LUXATIONS OF THE PATELLA.
      • DISEASES OF MUSCLES AND TENDONS.
        • SPRAINS.
        • LAMENESS OF THE SHOULDER.
        • SPRAIN OF THE ELBOW MUSCLES.
        • HIP LAMENESS.
        • SPRAINS OF SUSPENSORY LIGAMENTS AND OF FLEXOR TENDONS OR THEIR SHEATHS.
        • KNUCKLING OF FETLOCK.
        • SPRUNG KNEES.
        • CURB.
        • LACERATED TENDONS.
        • RUPTURE OF THE FLEXOR METATARSI.
        • SUNDRY ADDITIONAL AFFECTIONS OF THE EXTREMITIES.
        • CAPPED ELBOW.
        • CAPPED KNEE.
        • CAPPED HOCK.
        • INTERFERING, AND SPEEDY CUTS.
        • STRINGHALT.
        • THROMBOSIS.
        • SPRAINS OF THE LOINS.
      • SPRAINS.
      • LAMENESS OF THE SHOULDER.
      • SPRAIN OF THE ELBOW MUSCLES.
      • HIP LAMENESS.
      • SPRAINS OF SUSPENSORY LIGAMENTS AND OF FLEXOR TENDONS OR THEIR SHEATHS.
      • KNUCKLING OF FETLOCK.
      • SPRUNG KNEES.
      • CURB.
      • LACERATED TENDONS.
      • RUPTURE OF THE FLEXOR METATARSI.
      • SUNDRY ADDITIONAL AFFECTIONS OF THE EXTREMITIES.
      • CAPPED ELBOW.
      • CAPPED KNEE.
      • CAPPED HOCK.
      • INTERFERING, AND SPEEDY CUTS.
      • STRINGHALT.
      • THROMBOSIS.
      • SPRAINS OF THE LOINS.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • [Revised by John R. Mohler, A. M., V. M. D.]
      • ANATOMY.
      • DEFINITION OF LAMENESS.
      • HOW TO DETECT THE SEAT OF LAMENESS.
    • ANATOMY.
    • DEFINITION OF LAMENESS.
    • HOW TO DETECT THE SEAT OF LAMENESS.
    • DISEASES OF BONES.
      • PERIOSTITIS, OSTITIS, AND EXOSTOSIS.
      • SPLINTS.
      • RINGBONES.
      • SIDEBONES.
      • SPAVIN.
      • FRACTURES.
      • FRACTURE OF CRANIAL BONES.
      • FRACTURES OF THE BONES OF THE FACE.
      • FRACTURES OF THE PREMAXILLARY BONE.
      • FRACTURES OF THE LOWER JAW.
      • FRACTURES OF VERTEBRÆ.
      • FRACTURE OF THE RIBS.
      • FRACTURES OF THE BONES OF THE PELVIS.
      • FRACTURE OF THE SCAPULA.
      • FRACTURES OF THE HUMERUS.
      • FRACTURES OF THE FOREARM.
      • FRACTURE OF THE KNEE.
      • FRACTURE OF THE FEMUR.
      • FRACTURE OF THE PATELLA.
      • FRACTURES OF THE TIBIA.
      • FRACTURES OF THE HOCK.
      • FRACTURES OF THE CANNON BONES.
      • FRACTURE OF THE FIRST PHALANX.
      • FRACTURES OF THE SECOND PHALANX (CORONET).
      • FRACTURES OF THE THIRD PHALANX (OS PEDIS).
      • FRACTURE OF THE SESAMOID BONES.
      • DISEASES OF JOINTS.
      • DISEASES OF THE SYNOVIAL SACS.
      • SYNOVIAL DROPSIES.
      • WINDGALLS.
      • BLOOD SPAVIN, BOG SPAVIN, AND THOROUGHPIN.
      • OPEN JOINTS, BROKEN KNEES, SYNOVITIS, AND ARTHRITIS.
      • DISLOCATIONS.
      • THE SHOULDER JOINT.
      • THE HIP JOINT.
      • PSEUDO-LUXATIONS OF THE PATELLA.
    • PERIOSTITIS, OSTITIS, AND EXOSTOSIS.
    • SPLINTS.
    • RINGBONES.
    • SIDEBONES.
    • SPAVIN.
    • FRACTURES.
    • FRACTURE OF CRANIAL BONES.
    • FRACTURES OF THE BONES OF THE FACE.
    • FRACTURES OF THE PREMAXILLARY BONE.
    • FRACTURES OF THE LOWER JAW.
    • FRACTURES OF VERTEBRÆ.
    • FRACTURE OF THE RIBS.
    • FRACTURES OF THE BONES OF THE PELVIS.
    • FRACTURE OF THE SCAPULA.
    • FRACTURES OF THE HUMERUS.
    • FRACTURES OF THE FOREARM.
    • FRACTURE OF THE KNEE.
    • FRACTURE OF THE FEMUR.
    • FRACTURE OF THE PATELLA.
    • FRACTURES OF THE TIBIA.
    • FRACTURES OF THE HOCK.
    • FRACTURES OF THE CANNON BONES.
    • FRACTURE OF THE FIRST PHALANX.
    • FRACTURES OF THE SECOND PHALANX (CORONET).
    • FRACTURES OF THE THIRD PHALANX (OS PEDIS).
    • FRACTURE OF THE SESAMOID BONES.
    • DISEASES OF JOINTS.
    • DISEASES OF THE SYNOVIAL SACS.
    • SYNOVIAL DROPSIES.
    • WINDGALLS.
    • BLOOD SPAVIN, BOG SPAVIN, AND THOROUGHPIN.
    • OPEN JOINTS, BROKEN KNEES, SYNOVITIS, AND ARTHRITIS.
    • DISLOCATIONS.
    • THE SHOULDER JOINT.
    • THE HIP JOINT.
    • PSEUDO-LUXATIONS OF THE PATELLA.
    • DISEASES OF MUSCLES AND TENDONS.
      • SPRAINS.
      • LAMENESS OF THE SHOULDER.
      • SPRAIN OF THE ELBOW MUSCLES.
      • HIP LAMENESS.
      • SPRAINS OF SUSPENSORY LIGAMENTS AND OF FLEXOR TENDONS OR THEIR SHEATHS.
      • KNUCKLING OF FETLOCK.
      • SPRUNG KNEES.
      • CURB.
      • LACERATED TENDONS.
      • RUPTURE OF THE FLEXOR METATARSI.
      • SUNDRY ADDITIONAL AFFECTIONS OF THE EXTREMITIES.
      • CAPPED ELBOW.
      • CAPPED KNEE.
      • CAPPED HOCK.
      • INTERFERING, AND SPEEDY CUTS.
      • STRINGHALT.
      • THROMBOSIS.
      • SPRAINS OF THE LOINS.
    • SPRAINS.
    • LAMENESS OF THE SHOULDER.
    • SPRAIN OF THE ELBOW MUSCLES.
    • HIP LAMENESS.
    • SPRAINS OF SUSPENSORY LIGAMENTS AND OF FLEXOR TENDONS OR THEIR SHEATHS.
    • KNUCKLING OF FETLOCK.
    • SPRUNG KNEES.
    • CURB.
    • LACERATED TENDONS.
    • RUPTURE OF THE FLEXOR METATARSI.
    • SUNDRY ADDITIONAL AFFECTIONS OF THE EXTREMITIES.
    • CAPPED ELBOW.
    • CAPPED KNEE.
    • CAPPED HOCK.
    • INTERFERING, AND SPEEDY CUTS.
    • STRINGHALT.
    • THROMBOSIS.
    • SPRAINS OF THE LOINS.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • DISEASES OF THE FETLOCK, ANKLE, AND FOOT.
      • Veterinary Inspector, Bureau of Animal Industry.
        • ANATOMICAL REVIEW OF THE FOOT.
        • FAULTS OF CONFORMATION.
        • INTERFERING.
        • KNUCKLING, OR COCKED ANKLES.
        • WINDGALL.
        • SPRAIN OF THE FETLOCK.
        • RUPTURE OF THE SUSPENSORY LIGAMENT.
        • OVERREACH.
        • CALK WOUNDS.
        • FROSTBITES.
        • QUITTOR.
        • CUTANEOUS QUITTOR.
        • TENDINOUS QUITTOR.
        • SUBHORNY QUITTOR.
        • CARTILAGINOUS QUITTOR.
        • THRUSH.
        • CANKER.
        • CORNS.
        • BRUISE OF THE FROG.
        • PUNCTURED WOUNDS OF THE FOOT.
        • CONTRACTED HEELS, OR HOOFBOUND.
        • SAND CRACKS.
        • NAVICULAR DISEASE.
        • SIDEBONES.
        • RINGBONE.
        • LAMINITIS, OR FOUNDER.
      • ANATOMICAL REVIEW OF THE FOOT.
      • FAULTS OF CONFORMATION.
      • INTERFERING.
      • KNUCKLING, OR COCKED ANKLES.
      • WINDGALL.
      • SPRAIN OF THE FETLOCK.
      • RUPTURE OF THE SUSPENSORY LIGAMENT.
      • OVERREACH.
      • CALK WOUNDS.
      • FROSTBITES.
      • QUITTOR.
      • CUTANEOUS QUITTOR.
      • TENDINOUS QUITTOR.
      • SUBHORNY QUITTOR.
      • CARTILAGINOUS QUITTOR.
      • THRUSH.
      • CANKER.
      • CORNS.
      • BRUISE OF THE FROG.
      • PUNCTURED WOUNDS OF THE FOOT.
      • CONTRACTED HEELS, OR HOOFBOUND.
      • SAND CRACKS.
      • NAVICULAR DISEASE.
      • SIDEBONES.
      • RINGBONE.
      • LAMINITIS, OR FOUNDER.
    • Veterinary Inspector, Bureau of Animal Industry.
      • ANATOMICAL REVIEW OF THE FOOT.
      • FAULTS OF CONFORMATION.
      • INTERFERING.
      • KNUCKLING, OR COCKED ANKLES.
      • WINDGALL.
      • SPRAIN OF THE FETLOCK.
      • RUPTURE OF THE SUSPENSORY LIGAMENT.
      • OVERREACH.
      • CALK WOUNDS.
      • FROSTBITES.
      • QUITTOR.
      • CUTANEOUS QUITTOR.
      • TENDINOUS QUITTOR.
      • SUBHORNY QUITTOR.
      • CARTILAGINOUS QUITTOR.
      • THRUSH.
      • CANKER.
      • CORNS.
      • BRUISE OF THE FROG.
      • PUNCTURED WOUNDS OF THE FOOT.
      • CONTRACTED HEELS, OR HOOFBOUND.
      • SAND CRACKS.
      • NAVICULAR DISEASE.
      • SIDEBONES.
      • RINGBONE.
      • LAMINITIS, OR FOUNDER.
    • ANATOMICAL REVIEW OF THE FOOT.
    • FAULTS OF CONFORMATION.
    • INTERFERING.
    • KNUCKLING, OR COCKED ANKLES.
    • WINDGALL.
    • SPRAIN OF THE FETLOCK.
    • RUPTURE OF THE SUSPENSORY LIGAMENT.
    • OVERREACH.
    • CALK WOUNDS.
    • FROSTBITES.
    • QUITTOR.
    • CUTANEOUS QUITTOR.
    • TENDINOUS QUITTOR.
    • SUBHORNY QUITTOR.
    • CARTILAGINOUS QUITTOR.
    • THRUSH.
    • CANKER.
    • CORNS.
    • BRUISE OF THE FROG.
    • PUNCTURED WOUNDS OF THE FOOT.
    • CONTRACTED HEELS, OR HOOFBOUND.
    • SAND CRACKS.
    • NAVICULAR DISEASE.
    • SIDEBONES.
    • RINGBONE.
    • LAMINITIS, OR FOUNDER.
    • DISEASES OF THE SKIN.
      • Formerly Professor of Veterinary Science, etc., Cornell University.
        • STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN.
        • CONGESTION (RED EFFLORESCENCE, OR ERYTHEMA).
        • CONGESTION, WITH SMALL PIMPLES, OR PAPULES.
        • INFLAMMATION WITH BLISTERS, OR ECZEMA.
        • INFLAMMATION WITH PUSTULES.
        • BOILS, OR FURUNCLES.
        • NETTLERASH (SURFEIT, OR URTICARIA).
        • PITYRIASIS, OR SCALY SKIN DISEASE.
        • PRURITUS, OR NERVOUS IRRITATION OF THE SKIN.
        • HERPES.
        • BLEEDING SKIN ERUPTIONS, OR DERMATORRHAGIA PARASITICA.
        • SUMMER SORES FROM FILARIA IRRITANS.
        • CRACKED HEELS (SCRATCHES, OR CHAPS ON KNEE AND HOCK).
        • INFLAMMATION OF THE HEELS WITH SEBACEOUS SECRETION (GREASE, OR CANKER).
        • ERYSIPELAS.
        • HORSEPOX, ANTHRAX, AND CUTANEOUS GLANDERS (FARCY).
        • CALLOSITIES.
        • HORNY SLOUGHS (SITFASTS), OR SLOUGHING CALLOSITIES.
        • WARTS.
        • BLACK PIGMENT TUMORS, OR MELANOSIS.
        • EPITHELIAL CANCER, OR EPITHELIOMA.
        • VEGETABLE PARASITES OF THE SKIN.
      • STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN.
      • CONGESTION (RED EFFLORESCENCE, OR ERYTHEMA).
      • CONGESTION, WITH SMALL PIMPLES, OR PAPULES.
      • INFLAMMATION WITH BLISTERS, OR ECZEMA.
      • INFLAMMATION WITH PUSTULES.
      • BOILS, OR FURUNCLES.
      • NETTLERASH (SURFEIT, OR URTICARIA).
      • PITYRIASIS, OR SCALY SKIN DISEASE.
      • PRURITUS, OR NERVOUS IRRITATION OF THE SKIN.
      • HERPES.
      • BLEEDING SKIN ERUPTIONS, OR DERMATORRHAGIA PARASITICA.
      • SUMMER SORES FROM FILARIA IRRITANS.
      • CRACKED HEELS (SCRATCHES, OR CHAPS ON KNEE AND HOCK).
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE HEELS WITH SEBACEOUS SECRETION (GREASE, OR CANKER).
      • ERYSIPELAS.
      • HORSEPOX, ANTHRAX, AND CUTANEOUS GLANDERS (FARCY).
      • CALLOSITIES.
      • HORNY SLOUGHS (SITFASTS), OR SLOUGHING CALLOSITIES.
      • WARTS.
      • BLACK PIGMENT TUMORS, OR MELANOSIS.
      • EPITHELIAL CANCER, OR EPITHELIOMA.
      • VEGETABLE PARASITES OF THE SKIN.
      • ANIMAL PARASITES OF THE SKIN.[6]
        • ACARIASIS, OR MANGE.
        • TICKS.
        • GRUBS IN SKIN.
        • LARVÆ (GRUBS) ON THE SKIN, OR FLYBLOW.
        • FLIES.
        • FLEAS.
        • LICE, OR PEDICULI.
        • STINGS OF BEES, WASPS, AND HORNETS.
        • TARANTULA AND SCORPION.
        • SNAKE BITES.
        • BURNS AND SCALDS.
        • WOUNDS OF THE SKIN.
      • ACARIASIS, OR MANGE.
      • TICKS.
      • GRUBS IN SKIN.
      • LARVÆ (GRUBS) ON THE SKIN, OR FLYBLOW.
      • FLIES.
      • FLEAS.
      • LICE, OR PEDICULI.
      • STINGS OF BEES, WASPS, AND HORNETS.
      • TARANTULA AND SCORPION.
      • SNAKE BITES.
      • BURNS AND SCALDS.
      • WOUNDS OF THE SKIN.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Formerly Professor of Veterinary Science, etc., Cornell University.
      • STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN.
      • CONGESTION (RED EFFLORESCENCE, OR ERYTHEMA).
      • CONGESTION, WITH SMALL PIMPLES, OR PAPULES.
      • INFLAMMATION WITH BLISTERS, OR ECZEMA.
      • INFLAMMATION WITH PUSTULES.
      • BOILS, OR FURUNCLES.
      • NETTLERASH (SURFEIT, OR URTICARIA).
      • PITYRIASIS, OR SCALY SKIN DISEASE.
      • PRURITUS, OR NERVOUS IRRITATION OF THE SKIN.
      • HERPES.
      • BLEEDING SKIN ERUPTIONS, OR DERMATORRHAGIA PARASITICA.
      • SUMMER SORES FROM FILARIA IRRITANS.
      • CRACKED HEELS (SCRATCHES, OR CHAPS ON KNEE AND HOCK).
      • INFLAMMATION OF THE HEELS WITH SEBACEOUS SECRETION (GREASE, OR CANKER).
      • ERYSIPELAS.
      • HORSEPOX, ANTHRAX, AND CUTANEOUS GLANDERS (FARCY).
      • CALLOSITIES.
      • HORNY SLOUGHS (SITFASTS), OR SLOUGHING CALLOSITIES.
      • WARTS.
      • BLACK PIGMENT TUMORS, OR MELANOSIS.
      • EPITHELIAL CANCER, OR EPITHELIOMA.
      • VEGETABLE PARASITES OF THE SKIN.
    • STRUCTURE OF THE SKIN.
    • CONGESTION (RED EFFLORESCENCE, OR ERYTHEMA).
    • CONGESTION, WITH SMALL PIMPLES, OR PAPULES.
    • INFLAMMATION WITH BLISTERS, OR ECZEMA.
    • INFLAMMATION WITH PUSTULES.
    • BOILS, OR FURUNCLES.
    • NETTLERASH (SURFEIT, OR URTICARIA).
    • PITYRIASIS, OR SCALY SKIN DISEASE.
    • PRURITUS, OR NERVOUS IRRITATION OF THE SKIN.
    • HERPES.
    • BLEEDING SKIN ERUPTIONS, OR DERMATORRHAGIA PARASITICA.
    • SUMMER SORES FROM FILARIA IRRITANS.
    • CRACKED HEELS (SCRATCHES, OR CHAPS ON KNEE AND HOCK).
    • INFLAMMATION OF THE HEELS WITH SEBACEOUS SECRETION (GREASE, OR CANKER).
    • ERYSIPELAS.
    • HORSEPOX, ANTHRAX, AND CUTANEOUS GLANDERS (FARCY).
    • CALLOSITIES.
    • HORNY SLOUGHS (SITFASTS), OR SLOUGHING CALLOSITIES.
    • WARTS.
    • BLACK PIGMENT TUMORS, OR MELANOSIS.
    • EPITHELIAL CANCER, OR EPITHELIOMA.
    • VEGETABLE PARASITES OF THE SKIN.
    • ANIMAL PARASITES OF THE SKIN.[6]
      • ACARIASIS, OR MANGE.
      • TICKS.
      • GRUBS IN SKIN.
      • LARVÆ (GRUBS) ON THE SKIN, OR FLYBLOW.
      • FLIES.
      • FLEAS.
      • LICE, OR PEDICULI.
      • STINGS OF BEES, WASPS, AND HORNETS.
      • TARANTULA AND SCORPION.
      • SNAKE BITES.
      • BURNS AND SCALDS.
      • WOUNDS OF THE SKIN.
    • ACARIASIS, OR MANGE.
    • TICKS.
    • GRUBS IN SKIN.
    • LARVÆ (GRUBS) ON THE SKIN, OR FLYBLOW.
    • FLIES.
    • FLEAS.
    • LICE, OR PEDICULI.
    • STINGS OF BEES, WASPS, AND HORNETS.
    • TARANTULA AND SCORPION.
    • SNAKE BITES.
    • BURNS AND SCALDS.
    • WOUNDS OF THE SKIN.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • WOUNDS AND THEIR TREATMENT.
      • [Revised by John R. Mohler, V. M. D., A. M.]
        • DESCRIPTION OF WOUNDS.
        • HEMOSTASIA.
        • SUTURES.
        • PROCESS OF HEALING.
        • HEALING UNDER A SCAB.
        • LACERATED AND CONTUSED WOUNDS.
        • BRUISES.
        • PUNCTURED WOUNDS.
        • PUNCTURED WOUNDS OF JOINTS, OR OPEN JOINTS.
        • WOUNDS OF THE TENDON SHEATHS.
        • GUNSHOT WOUNDS.
        • POISONED WOUNDS.
        • HARNESS GALLS (SITFASTS).
        • BURNS AND SCALDS.
        • GANGRENE.
        • ULCERATION.
        • ABSCESSES.
        • ACUTE ABSCESSES.
        • COLD ABSCESSES.
        • FISTULAS.
      • DESCRIPTION OF WOUNDS.
      • HEMOSTASIA.
      • SUTURES.
      • PROCESS OF HEALING.
      • HEALING UNDER A SCAB.
      • LACERATED AND CONTUSED WOUNDS.
      • BRUISES.
      • PUNCTURED WOUNDS.
      • PUNCTURED WOUNDS OF JOINTS, OR OPEN JOINTS.
      • WOUNDS OF THE TENDON SHEATHS.
      • GUNSHOT WOUNDS.
      • POISONED WOUNDS.
      • HARNESS GALLS (SITFASTS).
      • BURNS AND SCALDS.
      • GANGRENE.
      • ULCERATION.
      • ABSCESSES.
      • ACUTE ABSCESSES.
      • COLD ABSCESSES.
      • FISTULAS.
    • [Revised by John R. Mohler, V. M. D., A. M.]
      • DESCRIPTION OF WOUNDS.
      • HEMOSTASIA.
      • SUTURES.
      • PROCESS OF HEALING.
      • HEALING UNDER A SCAB.
      • LACERATED AND CONTUSED WOUNDS.
      • BRUISES.
      • PUNCTURED WOUNDS.
      • PUNCTURED WOUNDS OF JOINTS, OR OPEN JOINTS.
      • WOUNDS OF THE TENDON SHEATHS.
      • GUNSHOT WOUNDS.
      • POISONED WOUNDS.
      • HARNESS GALLS (SITFASTS).
      • BURNS AND SCALDS.
      • GANGRENE.
      • ULCERATION.
      • ABSCESSES.
      • ACUTE ABSCESSES.
      • COLD ABSCESSES.
      • FISTULAS.
    • DESCRIPTION OF WOUNDS.
    • HEMOSTASIA.
    • SUTURES.
    • PROCESS OF HEALING.
    • HEALING UNDER A SCAB.
    • LACERATED AND CONTUSED WOUNDS.
    • BRUISES.
    • PUNCTURED WOUNDS.
    • PUNCTURED WOUNDS OF JOINTS, OR OPEN JOINTS.
    • WOUNDS OF THE TENDON SHEATHS.
    • GUNSHOT WOUNDS.
    • POISONED WOUNDS.
    • HARNESS GALLS (SITFASTS).
    • BURNS AND SCALDS.
    • GANGRENE.
    • ULCERATION.
    • ABSCESSES.
    • ACUTE ABSCESSES.
    • COLD ABSCESSES.
    • FISTULAS.
    • INFECTIOUS DISEASES.
      • [Revised by A. Eichhorn, D. V. S.]
        • GENERAL DISCUSSION.
        • DISINFECTION.
        • VACCINATION.
        • INFLUENZA.
        • CONTAGIOUS PNEUMONIA.
        • STRANGLES.
        • PURPURA HEMORRHAGICA.
        • HORSEPOX, OR EQUINE VARIOLA.
        • ANTHRAX.
        • GLANDERS AND FARCY.
        • CHRONIC FARCY.
        • CHRONIC GLANDERS.
        • ACUTE GLANDERS.
      • GENERAL DISCUSSION.
      • DISINFECTION.
      • VACCINATION.
      • INFLUENZA.
      • CONTAGIOUS PNEUMONIA.
      • STRANGLES.
      • PURPURA HEMORRHAGICA.
      • HORSEPOX, OR EQUINE VARIOLA.
      • ANTHRAX.
      • GLANDERS AND FARCY.
      • CHRONIC FARCY.
      • CHRONIC GLANDERS.
      • ACUTE GLANDERS.
      • SPOROTRICHOSIS (MYCOTIC LYMPHANGITIS).
        • RABIES, HYDROPHOBIA, OR MADNESS.
      • RABIES, HYDROPHOBIA, OR MADNESS.
      • DOURINE.
        • INFECTIOUS ABORTION IN MARES.
        • NAVEL ILL OF COLTS.
      • INFECTIOUS ABORTION IN MARES.
      • NAVEL ILL OF COLTS.
      • INFECTIOUS ANEMIA OR SWAMP FEVER.
      • SURRA.
      • OSTEOPOROSIS OR BIGHEAD.
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • [Revised by A. Eichhorn, D. V. S.]
      • GENERAL DISCUSSION.
      • DISINFECTION.
      • VACCINATION.
      • INFLUENZA.
      • CONTAGIOUS PNEUMONIA.
      • STRANGLES.
      • PURPURA HEMORRHAGICA.
      • HORSEPOX, OR EQUINE VARIOLA.
      • ANTHRAX.
      • GLANDERS AND FARCY.
      • CHRONIC FARCY.
      • CHRONIC GLANDERS.
      • ACUTE GLANDERS.
    • GENERAL DISCUSSION.
    • DISINFECTION.
    • VACCINATION.
    • INFLUENZA.
    • CONTAGIOUS PNEUMONIA.
    • STRANGLES.
    • PURPURA HEMORRHAGICA.
    • HORSEPOX, OR EQUINE VARIOLA.
    • ANTHRAX.
    • GLANDERS AND FARCY.
    • CHRONIC FARCY.
    • CHRONIC GLANDERS.
    • ACUTE GLANDERS.
    • SPOROTRICHOSIS (MYCOTIC LYMPHANGITIS).
      • RABIES, HYDROPHOBIA, OR MADNESS.
    • RABIES, HYDROPHOBIA, OR MADNESS.
    • DOURINE.
      • INFECTIOUS ABORTION IN MARES.
      • NAVEL ILL OF COLTS.
    • INFECTIOUS ABORTION IN MARES.
    • NAVEL ILL OF COLTS.
    • INFECTIOUS ANEMIA OR SWAMP FEVER.
    • SURRA.
    • OSTEOPOROSIS OR BIGHEAD.
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • HORSESHOEING.
      • Professor of Surgery and Lecturer on Shoeing, Veterinary Department, University of Pennsylvania.
        • GROSS ANATOMY OF THE FOOT.
        • THE PHYSIOLOGICAL MOVEMENTS OF THE HOOF.
        • GROWTH OF THE HOOF.
        • THE CARE OF UNSHOD HOOFS.
        • CHARACTERISTICS OF A HEALTHY HOOF.
        • VARIOUS FORMS OF HOOFS.
        • FORMS OF FEET VIEWED FROM IN FRONT AND IN PROFILE.
        • EXAMINATION PRELIMINARY TO SHOEING.
        • PREPARATION OF THE HOOF FOR THE SHOE.
        • THE SHOE.
        • SPECIAL FEATURES AND FITTING THE SHOES.
        • THE BAR SHOE.
        • THE RUBBER PAD.
        • OTHER SPECIAL FORMS.
      • GROSS ANATOMY OF THE FOOT.
      • THE PHYSIOLOGICAL MOVEMENTS OF THE HOOF.
      • GROWTH OF THE HOOF.
      • THE CARE OF UNSHOD HOOFS.
      • CHARACTERISTICS OF A HEALTHY HOOF.
      • VARIOUS FORMS OF HOOFS.
      • FORMS OF FEET VIEWED FROM IN FRONT AND IN PROFILE.
      • EXAMINATION PRELIMINARY TO SHOEING.
      • PREPARATION OF THE HOOF FOR THE SHOE.
      • THE SHOE.
      • SPECIAL FEATURES AND FITTING THE SHOES.
      • THE BAR SHOE.
      • THE RUBBER PAD.
      • OTHER SPECIAL FORMS.
    • Professor of Surgery and Lecturer on Shoeing, Veterinary Department, University of Pennsylvania.
      • GROSS ANATOMY OF THE FOOT.
      • THE PHYSIOLOGICAL MOVEMENTS OF THE HOOF.
      • GROWTH OF THE HOOF.
      • THE CARE OF UNSHOD HOOFS.
      • CHARACTERISTICS OF A HEALTHY HOOF.
      • VARIOUS FORMS OF HOOFS.
      • FORMS OF FEET VIEWED FROM IN FRONT AND IN PROFILE.
      • EXAMINATION PRELIMINARY TO SHOEING.
      • PREPARATION OF THE HOOF FOR THE SHOE.
      • THE SHOE.
      • SPECIAL FEATURES AND FITTING THE SHOES.
      • THE BAR SHOE.
      • THE RUBBER PAD.
      • OTHER SPECIAL FORMS.
    • GROSS ANATOMY OF THE FOOT.
    • THE PHYSIOLOGICAL MOVEMENTS OF THE HOOF.
    • GROWTH OF THE HOOF.
    • THE CARE OF UNSHOD HOOFS.
    • CHARACTERISTICS OF A HEALTHY HOOF.
    • VARIOUS FORMS OF HOOFS.
    • FORMS OF FEET VIEWED FROM IN FRONT AND IN PROFILE.
    • EXAMINATION PRELIMINARY TO SHOEING.
    • PREPARATION OF THE HOOF FOR THE SHOE.
    • THE SHOE.
    • SPECIAL FEATURES AND FITTING THE SHOES.
    • THE BAR SHOE.
    • THE RUBBER PAD.
    • OTHER SPECIAL FORMS.
    • INDEX.
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