All Relations between facial expression recognition and hgs
| Katrina A Anderson, Ashleigh V Morrice-West, Adelene S M Wong, Elizabeth A Walmsley, Andrew D Fisher, R Chris Whitton, Peta L Hitchen. Poor Association between Facial Expression and Mild Lameness in Thoroughbred Trot-Up Examinations. Animals : an open access journal from MDPI. vol 13. issue 11. 2023-10-29. PMID:37889660.
||the horse grimace scale (hgs) and the facial expressions in ridden horses (fereq), were used to score images (n = 380) of mildly lame (n = 21) and non-lame (n = 17) thoroughbred horses by two independent observers.
| Emanuela Dalla Costa, Francesca Dai, Cristina Lecchi, Federico Ambrogi, Dirk Lebelt, Diana Stucke, Giuliano Ravasio, Fabrizio Ceciliani, Michela Miner. Towards an improved pain assessment in castrated horses using facial expressions (HGS) and circulating miRNAs. The Veterinary record. vol 188. issue 9. 2021-06-30. PMID:33960478.
||towards an improved pain assessment in castrated horses using facial expressions (hgs) and circulating mirnas.
| Emanuela Dalla Costa, Riccardo Pascuzzo, Matthew C Leach, Francesca Dai, Dirk Lebelt, Simone Vantini, Michela Miner. Can grimace scales estimate the pain status in horses and mice? A statistical approach to identify a classifier. PloS one. vol 13. issue 8. 2019-01-22. PMID:30067759.
||facial expressions have been investigated in several species and grimace scales have been developed as pain assessment tool in many species including horses (hgs) and mice (mgs).
| Emanuela Dalla Costa, Michela Minero, Dirk Lebelt, Diana Stucke, Elisabetta Canali, Matthew C Leac. Development of the Horse Grimace Scale (HGS) as a pain assessment tool in horses undergoing routine castration. PloS one. vol 9. issue 3. 2014-11-12. PMID:24647606.
||the objective of this study was to develop and validate a standardised pain scale based on facial expressions in horses (horse grimace scale [hgs]).