Learn to navigate the murky waters of diagnostic testing for this zoonotic disease.
Veterinarians should consider ultrasound to diagnose hock sprains in horses and guide the rehabilitation process.
Radiographs can advise buyers and their veterinarians about pathologies that might pose a threat to the horse’s future soundness.
New imaging techniques might make examining abnormalities of the fetlock easier for equine veterinarians.
Four diagnostic imaging experts share insight that can help owners and veterinarians with the diagnostic process.
Sand accumulation in the horse’s gut can lead to obstructions, irritation, and signs of colic, weight loss, and diarrhea. Read more in the Spring 2023 issue of The Horse.
Neck pain and pathologies are common in sport horses. It is important to combine results from clinical findings with imaging when making a diagnosis.
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