This is a procedure similar to x-rays in that it allows us to look at a patient’s bones. The difference is that it takes a continuous x-ray picture. Some people refer to it as a video x-ray. It allows us to get numerous angles of the bone in one procedure, thus saving time and money. It has been used to rapidly diagnose sesamoid fractures, splint bone fractures and to scan all four limbs of the horse for arthritis, bone chips or OCD lesions.