Category Archives: Surgery

Horse surgery in the 17th century from works by Solleysel and Markham

par Malika Zakria* et Christophe Degueurce** Communication présentée le 7 février 2004. Content: Most important surgical veterinary techniques on horses carried out during the 17th century, as described by Solleysel and Markham in their respective books. Lire l’article

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Quittor, an obsolete disease

by Christophe Degueurce* et Marion Riffaud** *Professeur, Conservateur du musée Fragonard, École nationale vétérinaire d’Alfort, Université Paris-Est, Centre de recherche en histoire euro-péenne comparée, Adel. cdegueurce@vet-alfort.fr **Docteur vétérinaire, Cabinet Vétérinaire, 24, rue du Château d’O, Résidence de la Taille 61260 … Continue reading

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Extension and Inflating: the therapy of the shoulder and antique hippiatres

by Louise Sephocle*, Valérie Gitton-Ripoll**, François Vallat*** *Doctorante en Lettres Classiques, Université de Brest L’Hermitage, 29600 Plourin- les-Morlaix, Adel. lou.sephocle@orange.fr **Maître de conférences en latin, UFR Lettres Université de Toulouse 2 Le Mirail, 5 allée  Antonio-Machado 31058 Toulouse cedex 9, … Continue reading

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Anglaisage or nicking of horses : when aesthetic wins against surgery

by François Vallat, Docteur vétérinaire, Docteur en Histoire, Adel. francoisvallat@hotmail.com Nicking or anglaisage was an operation intended to improve the carrying of tail in common horses. It consisted in cutting or taking off coccygeal depressor muscles. Invented in England, it … Continue reading

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