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Textbook of veterinary diagnostic radiology
[edited by] Donald E. Thrall.
 
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  • Veterinary diagnostic radiology
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  • ISBN: 9781455703647 (hbk.)
  • ISBN: 1455703648 (hbk.)
  • OCLC Number: 784579881
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  • Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents

Sec. I: Physics and principles of interpretation. Ch. 1. Radiation protection and physics of diagnostic radiology ; Ch. 2. Digital radiographic imaging ; Ch. 3. Physics of ultrasound imaging ; Ch. 4. Principles of computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging ; Ch. 5. Introduction to radiographic interpretation -- Sec. II: The Axial skeleton : canine, feline, and equine. Ch. 6. Radiographic anatomy of the axial skeleton ; Ch. 7. Principles of radiographic interpretation of the axial skeleton ; Ch. 8. The cranial and nasal cavities : canine and feline ; Ch. 9. Magnetic resonance imaging features of brain disease in small animals ; Ch. 10. The equine head ; Ch. 11. The canine and feline vertebrae ; Ch. 12. Magnetic resonance imaging and computed tomography features of canine and feline spinal cord disease -- Sec. III: The Appendicular skeleton : canine, feline, and equine. Ch. 13. Radiographic anatomy of the appendicular skeleton ; Ch. 14. Principles of radiographic interpretation of the appendicular skeleton ; Ch. 15. Orthopedic diseases of young and growing dogs and cats ; Ch. 16. Fracture healing and complications ; Ch. 17. Radiographic features of bone tumors and bone infections ; Ch. 18. Radiographic signs of joint disease in dogs and cats ; Ch. 19. The equine stifle and tarsus ; Ch. 20. The equine carpus ; Ch. 21. The equine metacarpal and metatarsal regions ; Ch. 22. The equine metacarpophalangeal and metatarsophalangeal articulation ; Ch. 23. The equine phalanges ; Ch. 24. The equine navicular bone -- Sec. IV: The thoracic cavity : canine, feline, and equine. Ch. 25. Principles of radiographic interpretation of the thorax ; Ch. 26. The pharynx, larynx, and trachea ; Ch. 27. The canine and feline esophagus ; Ch. 28. The thoracic wall ; Ch. 29. The diaphragm ; Ch. 30. The mediastinum ; Ch. 31. The pleural space ; Ch. 32. The heart of pulmonary vessels ; Ch. 33. The canine and feline lung ; Ch. 34. The equine thorax -- Sec. V: The abdominal cavity : canine and feline. Ch. 35. Principles of radiographic interpretation of the abdomen ; Ch. 36. The peritoneal space ; Ch. 37. The liver and spleen ; Ch. 38. The kidneys and ureters ; Ch. 39. The urinary bladder ; Ch. 40. The urethra ; Ch. 41. The prostate gland ; Ch. 42. The uterus, ovaries and testes ; Ch. 43. The stomach ; Ch. 44. The small bowel ; Ch. 45. The large bowel.
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