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The new technology captures three-dimensional, high-resolution computed tomography (CT) images in the standing and moving horse without the need for anesthesia.

Barrel Racer's Mystery Injury Solved

The barrel racer’s bone scan showed a hot spot right where the spine attaches to the base of the skull, indicating an injury. But th...
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Equimaging Scanner for Horses

Cutting-edge Robotics Controlled Equine Imaging System Launches

Revolutionary, and ready to launch, a new robotics-controlled imaging system is unlike any other type of equine diagnostic equipment, ...
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UPDATE: $10K Reward in Paintball Mare Cruelty Investigation

UPDATE: $10K Reward in Paintball Mare Cruelty Investigation

Animal cruelty investigators are looking for the person that shot an aged mare more than 125 times with paint balls and they're asking...
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Colic 911

Colic 911

The most common reason horses require emergency veterinary care is colic, the general term for abdominal pain. Colic is considered the...
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Veterinary Team Solves Post-Foaling Emergency

Veterinary Team Solves Post-Foaling Emergency

Three hours after foaling the placenta was very retained. The timing is crucial on the placenta passing, because mares can get septic ...
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6 Horse Health Tips for Cold Weather

6 Horse Health Tips for Cold Weather

Winter is here and could smack parts of the East Coast with blizzard conditions. Here are six veterinarian recommended horse health t...
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