A black bear cub found sick and alone last spring in Florida's Ocala National Forest has undergone pelvic surgery and stem-cell therapy to improve his mobility, and he recently received an MRI scan at Viera Hospital. Veterinarians and animal care staff at the cub's home, Brevard Zoo, collaborated with radiologists at Viera on the scan, which they hope will identify the cause of lameness in the cub's hind legs.
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