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Sabrina N. Andreis Dr med vet1, Daniela Schweizer Dr med vet1, Diego Gygax Dr med vet1, and Christoph Koch Dr med vet1
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  • 1 from the Swiss Institute of Equine Medicine (Andreis, Koch) and Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine, Division of Clinical Radiology (Schweizer), Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern and Agroscope, 3012 Bern, Switzerland; and Pferdeklinik Dalchenhof, 4805 Brittnau, Switzerland (Gygax).

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Address correspondence to Dr. Andreis (sabrina@andreis.ch).