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Conclusions from x-rays in veterinary care may be misleading

In a new study, performed within AniCura’s quality program, 600 x-rays were analysed and only 65% of the X-ray readings had appropriate conclusions.
X-rays are taken in about one of ten patient visits in veterinary care, making it one of the most common diagnostic procedures. In this study, led by imaging specialist Dr. Anthony Pease (DVM, MS, DACVR), more than 600 x-rays from 111 veterinary clinics in Europe were reviewed to assess the quality and conclusions that were drawn from x-rays. The study was part of AniCura’s quality development program and revealed that correct conclusions were

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