Classification of Cases
Normal Dog and Cat Anatomy
Presented in an easy-to-ready format, Small Animal Imaging: Self-Assessment Color Review offers a case-based approach to reviewing and interpreting images and developing a differential diagnosis when necessary.
Nearly 200 cases are presented, each beginning with the patient’s age, gender, breed, and species. The reason the patient was brought to the clinic is discussed along with preliminary examination and diagnostic test findings. Supporting high-quality images are also presented with each case.
A separate section presents detailed answers for each case including information on the radiographic findings. Also included are the radiographic diagnosis, comments, and notes on whether further imaging or evaluation is needed.
Written by well-respected experts in the field, this book helps practitioners to develop a systematic approach to reviewing images. The easily-navigable text reminds practitioners of the basics in radiography and ultrasound interpretation and diagnosis, making it a quick and convenient reference.
• Offers a case-based approach to reviewing and interpreting small animal images
• Covers nearly 200 cases with supporting high-quality images for each case
• Provides detailed answers for each case, including radiographic findings and diagnosis
• Written by well-respected experts in the field
• John S. Mattoon, DVM, DACVR, Washington State University, Pullman, USA
• Dana Neelis, DVM, MS, DACVR, Animal Imaging, Irving, Texas, USA