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Suspicion of a pelvic fracture is one of the primary indications of a bone scan.   Generally, and especially in the older and larger horse, to obtain radiographs would require the horse to undergo general anesthesia. This could be a risky procedure should the radiographs prove to be positive for pelvic fracture.
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