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the COI (divided into 4 scores: stiffness, gait, function, and quality of life [QOL]). 2 , 13 – 19 Thermal imaging is a modality under increased interest, and recent studies 20 – 25 in dogs have assessed different diseases in the hip, stifle, elbow

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assessment with a thermal imaging camera Work by Cena and Clark 6 in 1972 appears to be the first that included thermography to study insect thermoregulation. However, not until 1983 did scientists report on the use of thermography for the specific study

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bovine parainfluenza virus type 3 isolate . Vet Microbiol 2013 ; 162 : 224 – 227 . 23140940 10.1016/j.vetmic.2012.10.013 22. Ditchkoff SS , Raglin JB , Smith JM , et al. From the field: capture of white-tailed deer fawns using thermal

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, version 17.0, IBM SPSS Statistics, Armonk, NY. g. Ammer K. Reproducibility of standard positions used for image capturing within the standard protocol for thermal imaging (abstr). Thermol Int 2002;12:60. References 1. Turner TA

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positioning throughout the chapter are fine, but the images provided should not be used as guidelines for anyone performing thermal imaging. Chapter 3: Interpretation of Thermographic Images and the Normal Superficial Temperature Distribution of the Horse

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reported as a sensitive evaluation for detecting lameness in dogs. 11 Digital thermal imaging relies on heat generated during physiologic functions and its relation with skin temperature control. 12 It is a reliable technique to assess inflammatory

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correlation between the rectal and IRT temperatures. The maximum left eye surface temperature (°C) was measured and determined within a circular area traced around the eye by use of thermal imaging analysis software (Guide IrAnalyser; Wuhan Guide Infrared Co

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operation as an example. Dr. Kaler explained that monitoring devices fitted to each cow and throughout the production facility provide real-time biological and behavioral data, such as feed intake, thermal imaging, and posture. Algorithms are constantly

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conducted research on thermal imaging, neurovascular thermography, and thermology of skin dermatomes. He also served as an alumni professor for five years and was a member of several postgraduate and doctoral committees. Dr. Purohit was a diplomate of the

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