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Equine veterinary education
Volume 35 | Issue 1 (January 2023)

Diagnostic imaging of the equine cervical spine – Are radiographs enough? (Clinical Commentary)

Equine Vet Educ. January 2023;35(1):23-25. 36 Refs
Dagmar Berner1
1 Equine Referral Hospital, Department of Clinical Science and Services, Royal Veterinary College, University of London, Hatfield, UK. dberner@rvc.ac.uk

Keywords

horse, radiology, computed tomography, cervical spine

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