Background: Equine maxillary cheek teeth infundibulae are frequently affected by developmental and acquired disorders, but the computed tomographic CT imaging features of normal and abnormal infundibulae remain incompletely understood. Objective: To examine infundibulae with various grades of occlusal caries and control teeth by standard CT in order to assess the prevalence, type and location of subocclusal infundibular lesions present. Methods: One hundred maxillary cheek teeth, including 82 with, and 18 without infundibular occlusal caries, were extracted from horses of different ages and imaged by standard CT; 8 teeth were also imaged by MicroCT. Results: Teeth with shorter infundibulae i.
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A Wausau, Wisconsin, man was apprehended by police in the act of performing oral sex on a horse. Jared Kreft, 30, was arrested by police who were responding to an intruder call at a barn. When police arrived, they found Kreft dressed in a face mask, black jacket and blue wind pants with holes cut in the groin and buttocks areas. Kreft also had in his possession a glass marijuana pipe, an unknown amount of weed and a jar of petroleum jelly. When confronted by police Kreft admitted he had been watching horse pornography and had just finished performing oral sex on the horse.
Examination of the depth of the equine hard palate.
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Equine behavioral problems and loss of optimum performance have been associated with musculoskeletal injury and, more recently, dental disease. Injuries to a horse's tongue and bars of the mandible due to bitting have been documented. However, another point of contact of the bit, the hard palate, has thus far been virtually ignored.