The Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine's addition of a standing computerized tomography (CT) machine — one of a handful in the U.S. — is allowing veterinarians to more accurately diagnose and treat complex diseases in the necks and skulls of equine patients.
For radiology and equine faculty, this advanced diagnostic tool has already proven to make a significant difference in diagnosing and treating complicated diseases.
"The horse's head is an extremely complex
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