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Small Animal Abdominal Interactive Radiology & Ultrasonography Interpretation Part 3

Part 3 of 3. Two important aspects of small animal radiology and ultrasonography are the detection of description of the abnormal findings(s) and also the interpretation of these finding. In this session, cases of small animals with abdominal abnormalities (radiology and ultrasonography) will be used to illustrate the importance of correct description of abnormalities for formulation of a meaningful differential diagnosis. Please note:   If you were an attendee at this AAHA...

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Small Animal Abdominal Interactive Radiology & Ultrasonography Interpretation Part 1

Part 1 of 3. Two important aspects of small animal radiology and ultrasonography are the detection of description of the abnormal findings(s) and also the interpretation of these finding. In this session, cases of small animals with abdominal abnormalities (radiology and ultrasonography) will be used to illustrate the importance of correct description of abnormalities for formulation of a meaningful differential diagnosis.Please note:   If you were an attendee at this AAHA...

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Chest X-Rays in Cardiac Disease

This session will review cardiac chamber enlargement patterns, pulmonary patterns, and changes with pulmonary vasculature with various cardiac diseases. Following a review, case examples will highlight the usefulness and pitfalls with thoracic radiographs in cardiac disease.Please note:   If you were an attendee at this AAHA Conference and received a general CE certificate, please be sure to check with your state licensing bureau regarding your eligibility to receive online credit...

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Small Animal Abdominal Interactive Radiology & Ultrasonography Interpretation Part 2

Part 2 of 3. Two important aspects of small animal radiology and ultrasonography are the detection of description of the abnormal findings(s) and also the interpretation of these finding. In this session, cases of small animals with abdominal abnormalities (radiology and ultrasonography) will be used to illustrate the importance of correct description of abnormalities for formulation of a meaningful differential diagnosis. Please note:   If you were an attendee at this AAHA...

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Axial Skeletal Radiology for the General Practitioner

Imaging investigation of the axial skeleton in small animals is not an easy task. Some of the most commonly seen disease conditions in dogs and cats are discospondylitis, IVDD, primary and metastatic neoplasia, and traumatic fractures. In this session, cases will be used to illustrate the importance of proper positioning, and the systematic way of detecting and describing the abnormalities. Finally, a list of differential diagnoses or diagnosis will be made according to the radiographic...

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Imaging Approaches for Vomiting Dogs and Cats

Causes of vomiting in dogs and cats can be classified as gastrointestinal tract origin or due to other causes such as kidney disease, parasitic infection, pancreatitis, liver disease, etc... In this session we will focus on the gastrointestinal tract causes such as foreign body obstruction and GI neoplasia. The advantages and limitations of radiography and ultrasonography will be discussed with case illustration.This course was originally presented as a session at AAHA Nashville 2017.

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Interactive Small Animal Musculoskeletal Radiographic Film Reading

Reading small animal musculoskeletal radiographs is a big challenge for most private practitioners. In this session, cases of commonly and some uncommonly seen disease conditions will be presented and discussed. The interactive nature of the session will help the participants to engage in the process. By the end of the session, the participants will learn to use the basic principles to interpret musculoskeletal radiographs of small animal.This course was originally presented as a session at...

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Ultrasound Evaluation of the Urinary Bladder in Dogs Following Cystotomy with Full Thickness Suture Placement (Original Study)

AbstractThe purpose of the study reported here is to determine the long-term effect of full thickness suture placement in the urinary bladder following cystotomy as it relates to urinary bladder mucosal changes identified ultrasonographically at the suture placement site. A retrospective search for dogs that had undergone a cystotomy from 6 to 24 mo prior to the study was performed, yielding 31 dogs included in the study. All dogs had the cystotomy closed using full thickness sutures. These...

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Short-Term Radiographic Complications and Healing Assessment of Single-Session Bilateral Tibial Tuberosity Advancements (Retrospective Studies)

The objective of this study is to report on the short-term radiographic complications and bone healing associated with single-session bilateral tibial tuberosity advancements (TTAs). This retrospective study consists of 74 client-owned dogs with bilateral cranial cruciate ligament rupture that underwent consecutive single-session bilateral TTAs. Radiographs from 74 dogs (148 stifles) were evaluated for evidence of postoperative complications. One hundred forty-three of 148 stifles were scored...

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Use of Contrast-Enhanced Ultrasound in the Differential Diagnosis of Adrenal Tumors in Dogs (Original Study)

AbstractWe evaluated the diagnostic accuracy of the contrast-enhanced ultrasonography (CEUS), using a second-generation microbubble contrast agent, in differentiating the different types of adrenal mass lesions in 24 dogs. At B-mode ultrasound, 9 lesions involved the right adrenal gland, 14 the left, and 1 was bilateral. Each dog received a bolus of the contrast agent into the cephalic vein, immediately followed by a 5-mL saline flush. The first contrast enhancement of each adrenal lesion was...

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