04-10-2012, 02:05 AM
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Often the tendon will appear lumpy, there may be some minor swelling and the horse could be a little lame or severely lame. If they bow the tendon, it will appear that the tendow is arched backwards from the knee.
Bandage bruising will come up either as tender spots, patches of missing hair, and can get to the point of open, weeping wounds. You want to avoid bandage bruising at all costs, it is a horror to get rid of.