Standing MRI in Horses

Learn about the standing MRI process step-by-step and take a look inside the equine foot.
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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) offers an inside look at a horse’s internal structures. Over the past decade this modality has become the “gold standard” for diagnosing equine lameness, including those related to navicular syndrome. Standing MRI allows horses to forego general anesthesia.

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