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MU Researchers Use Motion Sensors to Determine Equine Lameness


March 21, 2011

Kevin Keegan The most common ailment to affect a horse is lameness. A University of Missouri equine veterinarian has developed a system to effectively assess this problem using motion detection. This system has been referred to as "Lameness Locator." Full Story

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University of Missouri-Columbia

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