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Estudo comparativo experimental da injeção perineural do álcool benzílico 0,75% e do álcool etílico absoluto nos nervos palmares de eqüinos
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Experimental comparative study of perineural injection of benzyl alcohol 0,75% and absolute ethyl alcohol in equine palmar nerves
Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
  • 1413-9596
  • 1678-4456
The clinical and histopathological effects of two alcoholic neurolytics were studied in horses. Normal horses were shod with a designed shoe adaptted with 5 screws to produce solar pain. After gait and lameness score analysis, the palmar nerve of 5 horses was injected with 5 ml of 0,75% benzyl alcohol (Group A) and 5 horses were injected with 5 ml of absolute ethyl alcohol (Group B). The animals were submitted to regular lameness evaluation and solar sensibility tests during next six months. The solar sensitivity returned 5 months latter in the group injected with benzyl alcohol 0,75%, while in the group injected with absolute ethyl alcohol, the sole was still desensitized 6 months latter. The histopathological findings showed that the nerve injected with benzyl alcohol 0,75%, resulted in axonotmesis, characterized by axonal nerve degeneration, with possibilities for the nerve conduction recovery. The perineural injection of ethyl alcohol absolute, resulted in neurotmesis with difficult nerve regeneration. It was concluded that chemical neurolysis with alcohol is an option for temporary or permanent nerve blocks in horses.
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Brazilian Journal of Veterinary Research and Animal Science, v. 44, n. 6, p. 401-407, 2007.
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  • Alcohol
  • Horse
  • Neurolysis
  • Palmar nerves
  • Animalia
  • Equidae
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