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Journal November 2012 (Vol 34, No 11)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Sacroiliac Injuries in Horses by Jennifer Lorenz , DVM, Sabrina H. Brounts , DVM, MS, DACVS, DECVS

1. Which statement best describes the forces on, and function of, the sacroiliac joint?
2. Which of the following structures does not run through the greater sciatic foramen of the pelvis?
3. The most prevalent pathologic finding in the sacroiliac joint is
4. Clinical signs of sacroiliac pain may include
5. Asymmetry of the tubera sacrale could be due to
6. Which of the following horses is most likely to be diagnosed with a sacroiliac joint problem?
7. Which statement regarding radiography of the sacroiliac joint is false?
8. When a nuclear scintigraphy scan of the sacroiliac joint is compared with a scan from a normal horse, the horses should be of similar
9. Ultrasonography of the sacroiliac joint is useful for evaluating
10. Treatment of suspected sacroiliac joint disease does not include
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