The stifle is a complex joint and, when faced with a patient suffering from pain in this area, a veterinary surgeon will often use radiography as the first port of call. This article describes the radiographic projections routinely acquired of the stifle region, and the common conditions diagnosed with this imaging modality, while acknowledging that additional imaging modalities are often required to reach a final diagnosis.
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