Regions of the Horse & Site of Injuries ( Body )

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                Anatomy Index              

The Body of the Horse is divided up into Regions and are numbered in BLACK

 The Site of Possible injuries are numbered in RED





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    24.  Interscapular region ( Withers )

25.  Back Region

26.  Costal region ( Ribs )

28.  Sternal region

29.  Xiphoid region

30.  Hypochondriac region

31.  Lumber region

32.  Paralumbar region 

33.  Lliac region

34.  Umbilical region ( Navel )

35.  Inguinal region

36.  Pubic region

45.  Sacral region

46.  Tuber Coxae ( Hip or Haunch )

47.  Gluteal region ( Crupper or Hindquarter )

48.  Tuber Ischii ( Buttock )

49.  Trochanteric region ( Hip Joint )

50.  Femoral region ( Thigh )

56.  Caudal region ( Tail )



78.  Hip Lameness

92.  Fistulous Withers  ( infection )

93.  Sore Back ( from saddle pinch )

94.  Sore Back ( from saddle friction )

95.  Girth Galls

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