Veterinarians Use MRI to Diagnose Navicular Injury

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Magnetic resonance imaging was important in making an accurate diagnosis and yielded evidence that navicular bone injury, even in the absence of radiographic evidence of a fracture, should be considered as a differential diagnosis for horses with acute onset of severe unilateral forelimb lameness originating from the heel.

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