Yesterday, I announced on this blog that we had a few copies of the Proceedings and Summary Book + CD-ROM of the 4th International Equine Conference on Laminitis and Diseases of the Foot.
Today, the shelf is almost empty. Thanks to everyone who has helped support the conference with their purchase.
The book is filled with the "greatest hits" images from the speakers' slides, if they were able to provide high enough resolution files.
This one was a big hit with me. It was taken at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital's Podiatry Center, by Dr. Scott Morrison. Regional perfusion of the distal interphalangeal (coffin) joint is pretty routine there but he just happened to have his camera aimed at the foot and it was set on a fast shutter speed. It caught the spurt of fluid exiting the joint in mid-air.
If you double click on the image, you can see it at full size (on most computers, using most browsers).
But don't even think of right-clicking on it. This image is the property of Dr. Scott Morrison and is protected under international copyright by both the Laminitis Conference and Hoofcare Publishing.
But it is a great shot, don't you agree?
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