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AT less than 10p per page, the second edition of ‘Diagnosis and Management of Lameness in the Horse’, edited by Mike Ross and Sue Dyson, is outstanding value.
It is now eight years since the first edition, and the alterations to the book demonstrate the rapid progression of knowledge in the field in that time. The contributing authors work worldwide (although most are from the UK and the USA) and represent a group of the top equine orthopaedic clinicians, with vast amounts of knowledge and experience. This book is suitable for anyone involved with clinical orthopaedics. As an observation, but not a criticism, increased input from clinicians from the southern hemisphere would add a good balance to …