1. General Principles.
2. Computed and Digital Radiography.
3. Foot, Pastern and Fetlock.
4. The Metacarpal and Metatarsal Regions.
5. The Carpus and Antebrachium.
6. The Shoulder, Humerus, Elbow and Radius.
7. The Tarsus.
8. The Stifle and Tibia.
9. The Head.
10. The Spine.
11. The Pelvis and Femur.
12. The Thorax.
13. The Alimentary and Urinary Systems.
14. Miscellaneous Techniques.
Appendix A: Fusion Times of Physes and Suture Lines.
Appendix B: Exposure Guide, Image Quality and Film Processing Faults.
Appendix C: Glossary.
“This is the only equine radiology book that I have found to be clinically relevant for everyday practice, both in a general ambulatory practice and in a specialty practice. The imagines and illustrations, as well as the descriptions on technique, positioning, and radiographic conditions, set this book apart from others on the subject. This third edition is a welcome update.” - Doody's Reviews, April 2009
"[This book] illustrates the continuing importance of radiology in equine veterinary medicine―notwithstanding the impact of other imaging techniques on our understanding. This book is an invaluable aid to obtaining and interpreting radiographic images of horses and should on the shelf of―and read by―all veterinary surgeons attempting to do so." - Veterinary Times, May 2009
- The only book dedicated to the horse which provides a comprehensive overview of radiography and radiology of all areas of the horse.
- Reflects the practical experience of acknowledged experts in their field from Europe and the United States.
- Focuses on the most common conditions, but also provides some examples of less common problems.
Provides a guide to the principles of image interpretation, to encourage image reading from first principles.
- The third edition incorporates many digital images and a new chapter on digital radiography, but traditional film images are also retained, recognising that many practitioners do not have access to digital equipment.
- Provides a balance of experience of the spectrum of injuries encountered in a range of horse types and sports disciplines around the world.