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Bone chips in horses: to remove or to leave? *H&H VIP*

Bone chips in joints are a relatively common occurrence, and often cause lameness and joint swelling. The horse may resent flexion of an affected joint and may be lamer at trot following a flexion test. There are two main causes of bone chips — osteochondrosis (OCD) and trauma.