Find out what the equine genome can tell us about our horses and preventing genetic disease.
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Researchers say MRI might be useful as a screening test to identify racehorses at increased risk of fetlock fracture.
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- Equine Foundation Donation to Aid in Lameness Evaluation
- Researchers Study Carpal Sheath Effusion Exam Techniques
- The Equine DNA Roadmap
- MRI to Predict Catastrophic Fetlock Fractures in Racehorses
- Veterinarians: Manage Feet for Function
- The Trouble with Mud
- AAEP Announces Continuing Education Opportunities for Vets
- Evidence-Based Farriery: The Proof is in the Hoof
- Detecting Coffin Bone Fractures in Young Foals
- Radiography, Scintigraphy, and MRI: Benefits and Pitfalls
Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. A veterinarian explains terms often used to describe horses with front-limb lameness that might be associated with the navicular bone.
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