Infrared Thermography for Lesion Monitoring in Cattle Lameness

Sarah Wood, Y Lin, Toby Knowles, David Main

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Abstract

Infrared thermography has been shown to be useful for diagnosing claw abnormalities in cattle (Alsaaod & Büscher 2012, Main, et al. 2012, Nikkhah, et al. 2005, Stokes, et al. 2012). As a non-invasive technique, this has the potential to be an effective method of lesion diagnosis, at an individual and herd level. In this study dairy cattle with claw lesions were monitored using infrared thermography to investigate the change in foot temperature over time and the effect of lesion treatment
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 17th International Symposium and 9th International Conference on Lameness in Ruminants
Chapter18
Pages93-94
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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