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Radiology/Imaging

Overview of Upper Gastrointestinal Endoscopy

Julie Callahan Clark, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM Welcome to our newest column in Today’s Veterinary Practice—Endoscopy Essentials. Similar to the approach of our Imaging Essentials column, which addresses imaging by anatomic location, each article in this column will discuss endoscopic evaluation of a specific body system, reviewing indications, disease abnormalities, and proper endoscopic technique. Endoscopy Essentials articles …

Avian Radiography

Imaging Essentials provides comprehensive information on small animal radiography techniques, and the series has addressed the majority of anatomic areas in canine and feline patients, from the head and spine to the thorax and abdomen to the limbs and their joints. Access these articles through our online Article Library, available at tvpjournal.com. Radiography of the avian patient is an …

Endoscopy in Practice: A Penny for Your Thoughts

Adam Honeckman, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM (Small Animal Internal Medicine) Dr. Honeckman illustrates the importance of endoscopy with a case study of an emergency endoscopy performed on a Jack Russel terrier experiencing anorexia, weakness, and vomiting. Each year, the NAVC Institute takes place in Orlando, Florida, and top specialists in select areas of veterinary medicine provide hands-on, one-on-one …

Radiography of the Small Animal Skull: Temporomandibular Joints & Tympanic Bullae

Imaging Essentials provides comprehensive information on small animal radiography techniques. The following anatomic areas have been addressed in previous columns; these articles are available at tvpjournal.com (search “Imaging Essentials”). Thorax Elbow and antebrachium Abdomen Carpus and manus Pelvis Tarsus and pes Stifle joint and crus Cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine Scapula, shoulder, and humerus Nasofacial …

Small Animal Skull & Nasofacial Radiography, Including the Nasal Cavity & Frontal Sinuses

The anatomy of the skull and nasofacial area of the dog and cat is complex, with cavities, sinuses, mandible, maxilla, dental arcades, and cranial cavity. In the 2-dimensional radiography image, the 3-dimensional skull creates a complex series of lines and superimposed osseous structures. Radiography of specific areas requires close attention to small details of anatomy …

Advanced Imaging: Its Place In General Practice

Matthew Wright, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVR, Idexx Teleradiology, DVMinsight Dr. Wright provides recommendations for identifying veterinary patients that will benefit from advanced imaging, addresses the importance of client communication, and discusses new advancements that may help practitioners introduce advanced imaging into their practices. In the last 2 decades, use of advanced imaging modalities, such as …

Fetal Count Radiology

Matthew Wright, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVR Although fetal count radiographs are valuable when planning whelping, pet owners have questions about the risks from the associated radiation. Fetal count radiographic procedures are commonly performed in veterinary medicine. These studies take place late in an animal’s pregnancy, and allow the veterinarian or veterinary technician to count the …

Small Animal Spinal Radiography Series: Lumbar Spine Radiography

Imaging Essentials provides comprehensive information on small animal radiography techniques. This article is the third article in a 3-part series covering cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine radiography. The following anatomic areas have been addressed in previous columns; these articles are available at todaysveterinarypractice.com (search “Imaging Essentials”). Thorax Scapula, shoulder, and humerus Abdomen Elbow and antebrachium …

Small Animal Spinal Radiography Series: Thoracic Spine Radiography

Imaging Essentials provides comprehensive information on small animal radiography techniques. This article is the second in a 3-part series covering cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine radiography. The following anatomic areas have been addressed in previous columns; these articles are available at todaysveterinarypractice.com (search “Imaging Essentials”). Thorax Scapula, shoulder, and humerus Abdomen Elbow and antebrachium Pelvis …

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