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This article is explains how a specialist can guide a generalist to get timely help with ultrasonography, leading to an accurate diagnosis and without the need to have to load a horse in a trailer to get results.

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Distance and time can make a difference in accurately diagnosing a horse's problem. By being able to provide assistance in real-time, the veterinarian can better determine next steps to diagnose and treat an equine patient.

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This page is a summary of: Real‐time telehealth using ultrasonography is feasible in equine practice, Equine Veterinary Education, August 2019, Wiley, DOI: 10.1111/eve.13177.
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