‘T’ Plates are mainly used for distal radial fractures, but find a number of other uses such as with cranial, pelvic or certain scapula fractures. They are especially useful where small fragments are involved. Veterinary Instrumentation ‘T’ Plates are available in straight patterns with either two or three head holes and as left or right cranked versions. Despite already having a substantial range of ‘T’ Plates, VI have offered fracture advice on a number of cases over the last year where existing ‘T’ Plates have appeared to have been a bit of a compromise. VI continue to develop their range of ‘T’ Plates to try and ‘fill the gaps’ and present the most comprehensive and genuinely useful veterinary T-plate selection available. Having added a series of 1.0mm ‘T’ Plates to their range in 2012; the biggest developments for 2013 were their 1.5mm ‘T’ Plates and Hybrid Anatomical ‘T’ Plates. They have also reviewed their more established ranges and interpolated several new and interesting options which they hope should prove useful.