lam·i·ni·tis noun \ˌla-mə-ˈnī-təs\
: inflammation of the laminae especially in the hoof of a horse —called also founder
Origin of LAMINITIS
First Known Use: 1843
lam·i·ni·tis noun \ˌlam-ə-ˈnīt-əs\ (Medical Dictionary)
: inflammation of a lamina especially in the hoof of a horse, cow, or goat that is typically caused by excessive ingestion of a dietary substance (as carbohydrate)—called also founder
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