noun Veterinary Pathology.
Words nearby sand crack
Origin of sand crack
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The simpler of the two is to merely apply the sand-crack belt depicted in Fig. 90.
It is hardly necessary to say that, with accompanying conditions such as these, the sand-crack is a deep one.
Often, too, cracks will appear in the horn of the quarters, and a troublesome and incurable form of sand-crack results.
The clamp is then adjusted, and pressed home tight by means of the sand-crack forceps (Fig. 87).
In this latter instance the sand-crack usually has its origin in a nasty jagged tear at the top of the wall of the toe.