Definitions for "Navicular disease"
A degenerative disease that affects the navicular bone (small bone in the back of the foot), navicular bursa and deep flexor tendon. Generally considered a disease of the front feet. Both front feet are often affected, but one will usually be more noticeable than the other.
from the Latin navicula, little ship]: Degenerative heel lameness. May involve the navicular bone, navicular bursa, DDF, and the coffin joint. a.k.a: Navicular syndrome.
Degeneration of the bone behind the horse's heel causing acute lameness. Incurable. Nomination A breeding right to have your mare covered by a stallion at stud; the paperwork associated with this