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avoid movement blur try to keep the exposure times under 0.2s as a rule of
you are not sure what exposures your x-ray machine is capable of take a look at the
sticker on your x-ray machine……if it doesn't have one tell your manufacturer
you get a noisy image with a “speckly” pattern up the mAs, that will improve
your signal-to-noise ratio and hence your image quality.
of horses stand toed-out behind…..worth bearing in mind when you struggle
getting good alignment on your lateromedial rads.
the wooden handle of a twitch can be very helpful as a direction guide when
taking x-rays. Lay it on the floor in the direction you want your x-rays to go.
Try using a pennies to measure sarcoids- most people have some small change kicking about, use the smallest one which completely covers the sarcoid.
When banding sarcoids put the elastrator band over a piece of 40mm waste pipe. It'll fit over the sarcoid and the band won't get snagged half on and half off the elastrators.
Maxillary Septal Bulla- previously called the ventral conchal bulla
When rectalling a diarrhoea case keep you mouth shut! (Same applies for washing out a mare. with retained foetal membranes!)