ABSTRACT: Foals can be born with limb deformities or they can be acquired. In this, the second of this series of articles, flexural limb deformities and their treatment are discussed.


Tim Greet bvms mvm CertEO dests DipECVS FRCVS

Tim is a Glasgow Veterinary School graduate of 1976, who was awarded a Master’s Degree for work carried out in its surgery department. At the Animal Health Trust, he obtained a Fellowship of the RCVS for work on equine respiratory disease. In 1982 he joined Dr Peter Rossdale’s Newmarket practice, becoming a partner in 1984 and then senior and managing partner: An RCVS and European Specialist in Equine Surgery, his interests are in general and minimally invasive orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery

He was awarded the Centenary and the Chiron Awards of the BVA and the Richard Hartley Clinical Prize of the BEVA. He has lectured around the world on a variety of equine surgical topics. He has had papers published on a variety of subjects and several chapters in veterinary textbooks. He was made an honorary professor of the University of Glasgow and an associate lecturer of the University of Cambridge. He is a past president of BEVA, BVA and WEVA, a Diplomate of the ECVS and a member of its board of regents. He is chairman of SPANA and an honorary member of BEVA, BVNA and the BAEDT Email: tim.greet@rossdales.com

Keywords: Clinical, Deformities, Foals

To cite this article: Veterinary Nursing Journal • VOL 31 (07) • July 2016 pp210-212

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