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What's special about MRI?

Much has been known about the causes of horse limp since MRI emerged.

From previous inadequacies, such as collateral ligament inflammation of the distal interphalangeal joint, to previously misunderstood scaphoid syndrome, to previously unknown bone marrow edema, MRI has revolutionized our ability to provide diagnosis and improve prognosis in equine claudication。

Soft tissue and bone tissue imaging

Unlike other approaches, MRI provides detailed information about soft and bone tissue.

More than that because MRI can distinguish between water and fat, it can highlight pathological areas such as inflammation and bruising, which cannot be compared in radiology, CT, ultrasound or nuclear scintigraphy。

3 d imaging

An area of interest for MRI images located on any three-dimensional plane。

This allows the lesion to be visualized without overlaying adjacent structures and having multiple views to really appreciate the extent of its integrity.

"No diagnosis, drugs are poison, surgery is trauma, alternative therapies are witchcraft。"

-- -kent Allen DVM, Virginia machen, director of veterinary services, FEI


Local limp caused by nerve block, negative or unclear in a particular area of the limb, and difficult to access by ultrasound

Penetrating wounds require urgent attention

Not suitable for general anesthesia injury assessment, such as suspected fetus, wrist or tarsal fracture X-ray can not be found.

Acute claudication during exercise

Through repeated and rapid work, horse racing is at risk of fetal fracture or metacarpal cartilage disease

Cases of ineffective treatment

Monitoring treatment progress and assessing competitive readiness

It is important to localize the source of lameness before submitting a case.

In particular, extraaxial seed bone blocks alone are not enough.

Horses who received foot scan responded positively to metacarpophalangeal joints or coffins。

Additional scans of glue and foetuses should be considered for horses with positive front to back seeded bones and negative masses farther away.

How can I submit a case?

Referral clinics need to know the history and previous diagnosis results。 After scanning, they will provide an explanation and radiation report。 Other options are also available through arrangements: recommendations on treatment and prognosis explain further case management or treatment to clients in appropriate language

How do horses scan?

Referrals require an understanding of the history and previous diagnostic results. After the scan, they will provide a description and radiation report. Other options can also be arranged: advice on treatment and prognosis to explain further case management or treatment to clients in appropriate language

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