Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Cross Sectional Anatomy of the Normal Equine Sinuses and Nasal Passages
Arencibia A., Vazquez J.M., Jaber R., et al.
Vet Radiol Ultrasound, 2000. 41(4): p.313-9.
The purpose of this investigation was to define the magnetic resonance imaging anatomy of the rostral part of the equine head. 10 mm-thick, T1-weighted images of two isolated equine cadaver heads were obtained using a 1.5 Tesla magnet and a body coil. MR images were compared to corresponding frozen cross-sections of the cadaver head. Relevant anatomic structures were identified and labeled at each level. The resulting images provided excellent anatomic detail of the oral and nasal cavities, paranasal sinuses and associated structures. Annotated MR images from this study are intended as a reference for clinical MR imaging studies of the equine head.