Den­tistry and his­tory

EQUUS - - Eq Letters -

I’d just like to say how fas­ci­nat­ing I’m find­ing the “Bones Speak Vol­umes” series and es­pe­cially “Oral His­tory” (Con­for­ma­tion In­sights, EQUUS 484). From the hu­man as­pect I know how bad si­nusi­tis can be, but I never en­vi­sioned that it could get to the point of break­ing through bone to exit onto the face of a horse. It just goes to show how im­por­tant den­tal care is. Plus we must be grate­ful that th­ese case his­to­ries haven’t been lost over time.

It’s also re­fresh­ing to read about sub­scribers of your won­der­ful mag­a­zine who have been with you for so long (“Page Af­ter Page,” True Tale, EQUUS 482). Un­for­tu­nately, I don’t have the space to keep all my back copies be­yond a cou­ple of years. But they are well read and re­ferred to of­ten, some­thing which would be more dif­fi­cult if I only re­ceived an on­line ver­sion. Mag­a­zines can be passed around and passed on. An­gela Sams Rochdale, Lan­cashire United King­dom

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