Thermography: Diagnosis Tool for Horses
Scenario: Your event horse has just not been right. He seems to be getting a bit stiff to the right, and he’s been grouchy when you are grooming him and getting him tacked up. No fever. No definite lameness. But something isn’t right, you tell your veterinarian.
Sinusitis on the right side.
You haven’t given your practitioner much to go on, and he isn’t seeing much when you walk and jog the horse. Forelimbs? Back? Hindlimbs? Feet? Everything is a question. He gets you to saddle the horse and walk him for a few minutes while he gets what looks like a video camera with a space-age lens out of his vehicle.
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