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Low-field magnetic resonance imaging for 3D volume rendering of canine stifle joint pathologies: a case report
This article presents a case report in which complex deformities of the canine stifle joint were visualised using 3D volume rendering of images acquired in a low-field MRI system. The use of low-field MRI for 3D volume rendering has been described in human medicine, but no such reports are available as yet in veterinary medicine. A two-year-old male mongrel dog (8.5 kg body mass) with an unknown previous history of hindlimb lameness was presented to our clinic. The left stifle joint wasdoi:10.17221/80/2017-vetmed fatcat:767deqkqkrdglhcp2nak3j6yhe