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of antifungal treatment because of a deteriorating clinical condition. See page 381 Effects of infrared camera angle and distance on reproducibility of thermographically determined temperatures in horses Infrared thermography has been

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L , et al. Infrared thermography in the detection and management of coronary artery disease . Am J Cardiol 1993 ; 72 : 894 – 896 . 10.1016/0002-9149(93)91102-N 14. Collins AJ Ring F Bacon PA , et al. Thermography and radiology

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. Stewart M , Webster JR , Verkerk GA , et al. Non-invasive measurement of stress in dairy cows using infrared thermography . Physiol Behav 2007 ; 92 : 520 – 525 . 10.1016/j.physbeh.2007.04.034 22. Polat B , Colak A , Cengiz M , et

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, et al . Infrared thermography: a rapid, portable, and accurate technique to detect experimental pneumothorax . J Surg Res 2004 ; 120 : 163 – 170 . 10.1016/j.jss.2004.02.026 17. Venta I Hyrkas T Paakkari I , et al . Thermographic

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SV , et al. Early detection and prediction of infection using infrared thermography . Can J Anim Sci 2004 ; 84 : 73 – 80 . 10.4141/A02-104 14. Schaefer AL , Cook NJ , Bench C , et al. The non-invasive and automated detection of

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scored 1. Infrared thermography —Remote eye surface temperature images were taken by use of a portable infrared thermography (IRT) camera (RAZ-IR NANO; SPI Corp). The images were taken by the veterinary technician following the description in a previous

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measure peripheral compartment temperatures require further refinement. Another way to evaluate temperature in the core and peripheral compartments would be with infrared thermography, which is a noninvasive, real-time technique that generates a 2-D image

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–3 and more technologically advanced and objective methods have been suggested for their potential use in identifying signs of clinical illness or abnormal behavior in cattle. Investigators have reported 4 that infrared thermography may be capable of

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Infrared thermography has been used as a diagnostic tool in veterinary medicine since the mid-1960s. 1–3 Particularly in the field of equine orthopedics, several studies have been published in which this technology was used. 2,4,5 The procedure

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a standard thermometer was used to measure ambient temperature. Figure 1— Photograph depicting the preparation of a horse's limb for infrared thermography. All 4 limbs of each horse were similarly prepared 3 days prior to initiation of the

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