Four diagnostic imaging experts share insight that can help owners and veterinarians with the diagnostic process.
Diagnostic imaging technology has improved tremendously in the past few decades, with several effective options to choose from. Learn about the machines and technologies your veterinarian can use to look inside your horse, including MRI, CT, PET scans, and more.
Recent research suggests that bone scans in horses aren’t always accurate in diagnosing causes of lameness and poor performance in sport horses when used alone.
Scintigraphy gives provides the practitioner with information about some injuries related to bone or soft-tissue connections to bone, but it might not reveal many other sources of foot pain, researchers found.
Lecture topics will include anesthesia, eye emergencies, sports medicine, biosecurity, foaling problems, and more.
Nuclear scintigraphy is especially useful for honing in on the locations of active bone conditions in horses.
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