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When buying a horse, many buyers ask for an equine prepurchase exam. Veterinarians play a crucial role in prepurchase exams. To best assess a horse's current and future soundness, it is imperative that the veterinarian be familiar with. — “Equine prepurchase exam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
 Talk: Equine Prepurchase Exam. I am hoping to get some feedback on this article that I recently posted. One thought is that prepurchase exams are not unique to horses; could you do some literature research and expand the scope to include prepurchase exams of other companion animals and/or. — “Talk:Equine prepurchase exam - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
A flexion test is a veterinary procedure performed on a horse, generally during a prepurchase or a lameness exam. False positives may occur, however, especially if excessive force was placed on the joint, and many horses can continue to perform their jobs quite well despite having "failed" a flexion. — “Flexion test - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org