This book provides new insight into feline ultrasound in daily practice. From cranial to caudal, the feline species has been thoroughly scanned, detailing for each body region the scanning technique, as well as the ultrasonography of both the normal and the diseased organ. In each chapter, key points highlight feline species' special features and help the reader focus on the most important. Several short ultrasound clips are also available in the electronic version of the book, increasing, even more, the interest of this book: an up-to-date text and several references to the latest studies.
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This book aims at being a quick visual guide to abdominal ultrasound in small animals. Each chapter contains the technique and normal appearance, examples of variations from normal, and technique exercises where applicable. The digital version includes scanning technique videos.
This book, structured according to the normal anatomical areas in radiological diagnostic imaging: abdomen, neck, thorax, limbs, spine, and head, offers the key aspects of both radiographic interpretation and the diagnosis of diseases, as well as a special chapter with the most common diagnostic errors. Its more than 500 high-resolution images are accompanied by the necessary text to increase their descriptive value. In addition, the book is complemented by multimedia material, which can be accessed through QR codes located throughout the text. In this way, the reader can access different normal radiographic anatomy diagrams, both with and without the anatomical details identified. All these elements make this book a reference in the field of clinical radiology.
A practical book that will answer your questions about how to perform the right X-Ray and will help you to avoid unnecessary repetition of exposures. It explains the radiographic positions for the examination of every organ or structure as well as the appropriate radiologic parameters.
Practical small animal ultrasonography. Abdomen aims at being a quick visual guide to abdominal ultrasound in dogs and cats. The different chapters have been grouped according to the anatomical area being examined. Each chapter contains the technique and normal appearance, examples of variations from normal, and technique exercises where applicable. Quite a few images per chapter and videos with scanning techniques enrich this practical work. 2nd edition includes up-to-date content, a new section on portosystemic shunts and new video.
Diagnostic imaging is a key component in the care of companion animal patients. In recent decades the available imaging modalities have expanded from conventional radiography to include ultrasonography, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging, and all are employed on a daily basis in both general and specialty veterinary practice.
For the first time, also in veterinary medicine, a text that applies the Point-of-Care ultrasound approach (PoCUS) and which uses the understanding of the ultrasound sign within a dynamic context, that of the most common clinical syndromes in emergency and intensive care, is available.