Tour: Washington State University's Vet School

Washington State University's College of Veterinary Medicine offers equine research and clinical care.

MRI

Washington State University (WSU) veterinary medicine students and staff position a horse for an MRI of its lower leg.

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Radiology

Dr. Janean Fidel and Radiology Technician Rob Huston position a horse on WSU's linear accelerator in preparation for treating a mass with radiation therapy.

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CT Scan

Dr. Tania Perez, a veterinary anesthesiologist, checks the pulse on a horse about to undergo a computed tomography (CT) scan in WSU’s new high-speed spiral CT machine.

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Hitchcock Race Track

WSU’s Hitchcock Track is a full-sized horse racetrack on campus used for a variety of projects by the equine section of the veterinary teaching hospital.

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Pulmonary Function Testing

WSU undergraduate student Shannon Edwards leads horses with other summer employees to the Hitchcock Track for pulmonary function testing.

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Respiratory Analysis

WSU students adjust a respiratory analysis mask on a horse before putting it through its paces on WSU's Hitchcock Track

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Worthman Veterinary Anatomy Museum

An equine skeleton in WSU’s Worthman Veterinary Anatomy Museum.

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Preparing for Radiographs

Employees Devin Clinton and Katie Anderson position a horse for radiographs at WSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine.

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