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F4K ). Position the animal in dorsal recumbency to allow simultaneous access to both sides of the jaw. U-bars can be cumbersome, requiring several incisions to secure them to the molar arcades  (Fig. S4F). To add stability, dental acrylic may be applied as described below. Fig. F4K: Intraoral splint made from aluminum bar and molded around the contours of the mandible. The bar has a round cross-section in front and a flattened cross-section on either side. The aluminum bar is attached to selected teeth with cerclage wires.
The findings of the examination are carefully documented, and communicated to the owner and any interested colleagues in practice. The initial (referral) set of radiographs is reviewed and augmented when necessary with additional views. From these films, a preoperative plan is diagrammed indicating the location and size of the implants to be used in the surgical repair Perform a complete physical examination including a hemogram. Assess lameness and associated lesions. (See Movie: Evaluation of the Equine Musculoskeletal System).
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