Veterinary and engineering researchers at the University of Saskatchewan have teamed up to harness imaging technology to fill in a blank area in animal health: What goes on in a horse's gut?
"Whenever I talk to students about the horse abdomen, I put up a picture of a horse and put a big question mark in the middle," said veterinary researcher Dr. Julia Montgomery in the university's Western College of Veterinary Medicine.
Montgomery worked with equine surgeon Dr. Joe Bracam
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