Image from page 588 of “The art of taming and educating the horse ..” (1884)

Image from page 588 of “The art of taming and educating the horse ..” (1884)
Healing Arts
Identifier: artoftamingeduca01magn
Title: The art of taming and educating the horse ..
Year: 1884 (1880s)
Authors: Magner, Dennis. [from old catalog]
Subjects: Horses Horses
Publisher: Battle Creek, Mich., Review and Herald publishing house
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
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Fig. 337.—About 11 years of age. Fig. 328.—Mouth ofthe mare at 13 years. relievo the pressure of the parts, the animalevidently masticated the food wholly uponthe opposite side of the mouth ; in conse-quence of this the teeth on this side were soworn down that both upper and lower jawwere twisted around more than an inch outof line. Sometimes caries or ulceration of a toothproduces such serious disturbance that theremay be an enlargement of the parts, growthof fungus, or necrosis of the parts. This toois much more common than is suspected.Prof. Cressy of Hartford called my attentionto a case in which a back tooth in the lowerFig. 329.—Mouth of jaw became ulcerated, causing much enlarge- the mare at 13 years. ^^^^^ q£ ^^^ jg^^_ Jj^ ^^.^^ removed the tooth, then divided the skin at the lower edge of the jaw, and with adiill made a hole through the bone. Through this hole he put aseton to keep the parts open until a healthy healing process shouldbe produced. A strong preparation o

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