Maarten Oosterlinck, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ECVSMR (Equine), Dipl. ECVs

A real eye-opener [for all veterinarians]; multi-limb lameness and subtle changes after diagnostic anesthesia (which is what we are dealing with on a daily basis) really benefit from instant, objective and quantitative interpretation.Moreover, the ease-of-use of the Q is simply impressive.

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