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Magnetic resonance imaging in horses
  1. Tom Hughes

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Equine MRI Edited by Rachel C. Murray 608 pages, hardback, £99.99. Wiley-Blackwell. 2010. ISBN 978 1 4051 8304 8

DESPITE the cold, wet, mud and exhaustion, I love trail running in winter, but I concede it is not for everyone. ‘Equine MRI’ is an excellent textbook, but the subject matter and in-depth approach mean that it, too, may not appeal to all.

The use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in equine practice has escalated, particularly with the availability of low-field systems that do not require general anaesthesia. For some time, a textbook that covers both what has been …

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