Jacqueline A. Hill, DVM, DACVS-LA
Wounds continue to be a common occurrence in equine practice and determining whether or not a synovial structure is involved is critical to determine an appropriate treatment plan for the horse. Recognizing what anatomical structures may be involved with a wound is the first step in assessment. Following that, a combination of ultrasound, radiographs, and synoviocentesis can be used in most cases to establish whether a synovial structure is involved, and therefore, help know how to best manage the case.
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