One focus of Metron has been the equine hoof and leg. So, particularly for equine veterinarians and farriers, Metron will be of interest.
Metron can be used for a wide range of applications and situations, ranging from ongoing health maintenance to pre-purchase exams. Veterinarians can keep radiographs organized and accessible by storing them on their computer. With its 'guided mark-up', Metron allows, for instance, the comparison of changes in angles and other parameters for the same foot over a period of time. It thus enables the tracking of potential soundness problems. Veterinarians can customize the scoring rule to their liking and professional needs.
Metron does have a version of Metron specifically designed for farriers. Metron-Hoof and Metron-Hoof-Pro have been designed with the farrier or trimmer in mind. Metron stores and organized images (radiographs, photographs, etc.) for the hoof. To learn more about these two offerings, visit www.eponatech.com.