The first edition of this comprehensive guide to the techniques used to obtain radiographs of the horse and to radiographic interpretation was first published in 1993. This second edition has been significantly enlarged to include new information and many additional illustrations. With over 480 superb annotated radiographs and more than 100 interpretive line diagrams, it combines the best features of a high quality atlas with those of a detailed textbook.
Details of the normal radiographic anatomy of the immature and mature horse, with normal variations, incidental findings and significant abnormalities are set out including remarks on clinical prognosis and treatment. The text has been updated to include new information, knowledge gained from continuing clinical experience, and the most relevant references from recent literature. Throughout, emphasis is given to practical tips, common pitfalls, and the techniques to obtain the best radiographs for the evaluation of specific areas and conditions.
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