Equine Necropsy
A necropsy is not something most horse owners contemplate until faced with the death of a horse. And upon losing an equine companion, most owners don’t immediately think, “does my horse need a post-mortem exam?” While not all horses warrant a necropsy, in this article we will aim to educate horse owners before they are faced with an urgent need for information about necropsies.

The necropsy procedure is also referred to as a post-mortem examination (PME), or autopsy, though the latter is generally reserved for humans. A necropsy involves multiple procedures; the first step

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