Blog by Vet Image Solutions
We at VIS have been asked for years to hold training courses in Scotland. However, we have Scottish customers who, in the past, have invested a lot of time and money in getting down to us in Warwickshire, Worcestershire or even Kent for training. It seemed unfair to then run a course a few months later in their area, so that others could have access to the same training so much more easily.
Veterinary ultrasound has proved incredibly useful when attempting to further our knowledge on various aspects of animal physiology.
Returning to my equine roots this week, I’ll be focusing on the abstract of a paper published last month ‘Ultrasound tissue characterisation of the superficial digital flexor tendons in juvenile Thoroughbred racehorses during early race training.’ in the Equine Veterinary Journal on August 20th 2018 by Plevin S et al.
The ability to use ultrasonography to identify health conditions in animals is highly desirable.
When breeding dogs, it’s important that pregnancy is established and that an accurate stage of pregnancy is calculated. This ensures that the appropriate care and attention can be given at relevant stages of gestation, and increases the likelihood of pregnancy success.