The Horse: How Anatomically Accurate Are MRIs of Horse Stifles?

“We are still very much in the infancy of MRI for evaluation of the equine stifle, but two areas that I think it will be particularly useful are for the evaluation of the cruciate ligaments (the veterinary equivalent of the ACL and PCL) and for (visualizing) damage to the articular cartilage and subchondral bone of the tibia,” said Myra Barrett, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVR, an associate professor of veterinary diagnostic imaging at CSU.

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Marine veteran alum found a home at CSU

Percy Walker's program in computer information systems required being part of several group projects with Hillary Noble, who was pursuing the same degree while working as web coordinator for the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences. “The way Hillary, her family and friends adopted me was truly amazing,” Walker said. “They were as proud of me as my own family. I’ll never forget that."

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