Ultrasonography of the equine cervical region: a descriptive study in eight horses.

@article{Berg2010UltrasonographyOT,
  title={Ultrasonography of the equine cervical region: a descriptive study in eight horses.},
  author={Lise Charlotte Berg and J. V. Nielsen and M. B. Thoefner and Preben Dybdahl Thomsen},
  journal={Equine veterinary journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={35 7},
  pages={
          647-55
        }
}
REASONS FOR PERFORMING STUDY In equine patients, the cause of clinical signs possibly related to the cervical region is often difficult to diagnose. Ultrasonography allows quick and noninvasive visualisation, but reference material of the normal equine neck is needed. OBJECTIVES To describe and document the normal ultrasonographic appearance of transverse scans in the cervical region with emphasis on the synovial articular facet joints, cervical vertebrae and paravertebral structures; and… 

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