Imagine a time in a not-too-distant past when veterinarians couldn’t get a clear picture of the equine navicular bone and its associated structures to diagnose podotrochlosis (navicular syndrome, or caudal heel pain). Then came MRI, and the game changed. Since Washington State University pioneered MRI use in horses in 1996, the technology has become easier to use and more accessible, improving lameness diagnosis and improving veterinarians’ treatment plans for lame horses.

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