Navicular Syndrome Management Reviewed

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Because navicular problems might affect soft tissue as well as bone, MRI is a better diagnostic tool than X ray in these cases, said Robert K. Schneider, DVM, MS, professor at Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine, and part owner of MREquine, a mobile MRI unit.

Horses with navicular syndrome, a degenerative condition within the navicular apparatus

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