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Veterinary students often encounter difficulties when faced with the complex anatomy of the equine stifle and its appearance using ultrasound imaging. Some of these difficulties arise because the stifle includes several soft tissues that can be examined using ultrasound, including the distal patellar ligaments, joint capsule, collateral ligaments, menisci and meniscotibial ligaments. This book was designed to help students develop accurate mental models of the anatomy, thereby avoiding those potential problems.