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A crack or fissure in the front part of a horse's hoof.
a discontinuity in a hard, brittle surface such as horn, hoof.
a digit of the foot.
see foot abscess.
see curled toe paralysis.
a common injury in dogs, particularly racing Greyhounds, in which the deep flexor tendon is ruptured causing the affected claw to be elevated above others on the foot. Called also knocked-up toe.
the limb is rotated slightly so that the toe points a little outward.
a vice of very young chickens that are hungry because feed supplies are inaccessible or inadequate. They pick each other's toes and start an outbreak of cannibalism.
see sand toe.
see seedy toe.
see splayed digits.
a problem of racing Greyhounds characterized by dislocation of the proximal interphalangeal joint through rupture of the medial collateral ligament. The toe is displaced laterally, usually overriding the next toe.