MRI imaging of the stifle joint has shown evidence of injuries to a variety of soft and hard tissues.
Practitioner technique and skill determine the value of ultrasound images of the suspensory ligament.
A veterinarian describes how he formulates a rehabilitation plan for a horse recovering from an injury.
Indications for their use and how veterinarians choose between the two therapies.
Veterinarians share their thoughts on stem cells, IRAP, and platelet-rich plasma.
One veterinarian reviews recent PPID research and offers recommendations for managing and treating horses with this endocrine disease.
The choice to use antimicrobials to treat lower airway issues in horses isn’t always clear.
MRI has helped veterinarians recognize new pathologies within horses’ hooves as well as learn more about existing lesions.
The key is adding weight carefully without triggering hyperinsulinemia and laminitis.
A high-quality and well-set-up ultrasound image can mean the difference between an accurate or missed diagnosis in equine practice.
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