SCINTIGRAPHY has been used as a diagnostic imaging technique in the horse for more than 25 years. The technique has become more widely accepted and used over the past five years as relatively cheap second-hand equipment and dedicated veterinary computer software has become available. This article describes the principles of scintigraphy and outlines some of its potential uses in the horse. In particular, it discusses how scintigraphy may be used in the investigation of lameness in the horse.
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