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Veterinary Thermal Imaging is very sensitive to changes in the muscular, vascular, skeletal and nervous systems, detecting temperature differences of less than 0.05o C which is 40 times more sensitive than the human hand. Veterinary Thermal Imaging fills a gap in clinical diagnosis tools, and shows the animal’s physiological state by graphically mapping skin surface temperature in response to changes in blood flow. In healthy animals, the thermal pattern on the skin is symmetrical. This is because skin blood flow is controlled by the sympathetic nervous system. Clinical uses for Veterinary Thermal Imaging include: • Determing the extent of a diagnosed injury • Detecting early lesions before they are clinically evident • Identifying areas not previously identified where further diagnostic tests should be performed • Monitoring the healing process before the animal is returned to work or training Using a systematic approach to taking and interpreting the images, the following common conditions can be easily identified: Muscle Problems, Nerve Injury, Inflammation and Secondary Problems.