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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 the radiographs were inconclusive....
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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, according to veterinarians at Penn Vet. The Equimagine at New Bolton Center captures h...
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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 for your help. A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the person's...
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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 number-one killer of horses....
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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 shock as the tissue starts to degrade in the uterus....
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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 tips to keep your horses happy and healthy during the cold and icy days of winter....
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