A custom-designed equine CT table and a commercial Big Bore scanner make it possible to image neck lesions in horses.
Photo by Courtesy Dr. Mads Kristoffersen
A saddle fitter shares some early warning signs that your tack and your horse's back aren't meshing.
Photo by Alexandra Beckstett, The Horse Managing Editor
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. My mare's rear legs swell around the tendon and fetlock area overnight after exercise. She is not lame or sore, but I wrap it when it swells. Is this swelling common, what it could be, and are there any prevention steps I could take?
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