Redefining equestrian preventative and diagnostic care.

Health. Performance. Research.

The only commercially available system that performs radiographic and CT imaging of the entire anatomy of a standing, weight-bearing, conscious horse.

Prisma’s Radiographic and CT Expanded Areas (Equine)

Areas currently unseen in a weight-bearing stance that are now visible utilizing Prisma’s system

Traditional Areas

Carpus (knee)

Metacarpal (cannon) Bone

Long Pastern Bone

Short Pastern Bone

Coffin Bone

Sesamoid (fetlock) Bones

Calcaneus (fibular tarsal)

Talus (tibial tarsal bone)

Metatarsal (cannon) Bone

Long Pattern Bone

Short Pastern Bone

Coffin Bone

Tarsus

Eye Socket

Malar (cheek) Bone

Cranium

Cervical (neck) Vertebrae

Nasal Bone

Infraorbital foramen

Incisive

Teeth

Mandible (lower jaw)

Facial crest

Ulna

Radius

Tibia

Fibula

Prisma Expanded Areas

Thoracic (chest) vertebrae

Lumbar (loin) vertebrae

Pelvis

Sacral (pelvic) vertebrae

Coccygeal (tail) vertebrae

Scapula (shoulder blade)

Spine of spatula

Abdomen

Humerus

Ribcage

Femur

Patella (knee cap)

Improving the care of animals in multiple industries.

Technology that will greatly benefit large animal veterinary medicine at zoos, animal habitats, nature preserves and aquariums.