Penn’s Vet Medicine School shows off robotic-controlled horse imaging system

PHILADELPHIA — Horses are not the best patients when it comes to diagnostic imaging.  They’re big. And traditional imaging devices are too small.

But the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine’s New Bolton Center has created a new robotic-controlled imaging system for standing and moving horses, in collaboration with Wisconsin-based Four Dimensional Digital Imaging (4DDI). It is designed to be used on standing and moving horses.

Read more of this story at Philadelphia Business Journal by John George

Photo courtesy of University of Pennsylvania

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