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Horse lameness: to what can it be linked?

Horse lameness: to what can it be linked?

Detecting pathological asymmetry in its early form is one of the key issues in veterinary practice. This allows, besides other things, to optimise the treatment success through the implementation of an optimal care.

But to what asymmetries can be linked? Are specific lamenesses more common in forelimbs? Or in hindlimbs? And how can they be identified?

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How to implement a connected sensor in your veterinary activity?

How to implement a connected sensor in your veterinary activity?

Connected sensors now allow for the monitoring and evaluation of each horse’s physical activity, thanks to medical precision and a multitude of functions that can be tailored to the needs and objectives set.But what are the real added values of these systems for veterinary diagnosis? How can these connected sensors be integrated into the daily activities of equine health professionals?

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Veterinary diagnostic tools: state of the art

Veterinary diagnostic tools: state of the art

Nowadays, an increasing number of veterinary decision support tools are available on the market, providing clear images, accurate measurements and quantified data. The first veterinary diagnostic tools were of course imaging techniques, with the arrival of radiography more than a century ago, but recent innovations have also challenged traditional practices.

In this article, we will review the different tools available for veterinarians to support their expertise and diagnosis.

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Video analysis: an additional resource for locomotion examinations

Video analysis: an additional resource for locomotion examinations

In equine veterinary medicine, video images allow, among other things, to see joint movements in more detail, to measure them and to quantify them. In fact, several factors can influence perception when evaluating a horse’s locomotion, such as the presence of fur, which makes it difficult to appreciate joint movements in the lower limb area.

But how do veterinarians and researchers use this technique? How can video recording, correlated with the quantification of locomotion, support veterinary diagnosis?

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