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Diagnostic Imaging Atlas of diagnostic imaging of dogs and cats, 1e (2022)

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. The transition from film screen radiography to digital radiography has transformed veterinary practice by making diagnostic radiography quicker, easier and cheaper and facilitates rapid transmission, sharing and interpretation of images. The Atlas of diagnostic imaging of dogs and cats provides a broad overview of diagnostic imaging of companion animals for students and general practitioners. Interpretation of diagnostic images is a visual science, and images are presented throughout the textbook to illustrate normal anatomy, species differences, anatomic variation and common pathology. Radiography remains the most commonly employed diagnostic imaging modality in both general practice and specialty practice and the textbook provides a thorough review of the use of this imaging modality for all body systems. As ultrasound is now widely employed in general practice, this imaging modality is also covered in detail, particularly where it complements diagnostic radiography. Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging are also discussed to show how these imaging modalities can supplement radiography and ultrasonography and where they are superior. In addition to the images included in the textbook, scanning the QR codes in the book or going to https://vetdiagnosticimaging.edrapublishing.com, there are also linked online video files which more clearly show normal physiologic function and dynamic pathology.

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  • Publisher: Edra; 1st edition (October 5, 2022)
  • Language: English
  • Hardcover: 648 pages
  • ISBN-10: 1957260203
  • ISBN-13: 978-1957260204
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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. The transition from film screen radiography to digital radiography has transformed veterinary practice by making diagnostic radiography quicker, easier and cheaper and facilitates rapid transmission, sharing and interpretation of images. The Atlas of diagnostic imaging of dogs and cats provides a broad overview of diagnostic imaging of companion animals for students and general practitioners. Interpretation of diagnostic images is a visual science, and images are presented throughout the textbook to illustrate normal anatomy, species differences, anatomic variation and common pathology. Radiography remains the most commonly employed diagnostic imaging modality in both general practice and specialty practice and the textbook provides a thorough review of the use of this imaging modality for all body systems. As ultrasound is now widely employed in general practice, this imaging modality is also covered in detail, particularly where it complements diagnostic radiography. Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging are also discussed to show how these imaging modalities can supplement radiography and ultrasonography and where they are superior. In addition to the images included in the textbook, scanning the QR codes in the book or going to https://vetdiagnosticimaging.edrapublishing.com, there are also linked online video files which more clearly show normal physiologic function and dynamic pathology.

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  • Publisher: Edra; 1st edition (October 5, 2022)
  • Language: English
  • Hardcover: 648 pages
  • ISBN-10: 1957260203
  • ISBN-13: 978-1957260204
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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. The transition from film screen radiography to digital radiography has transformed veterinary practice by making diagnostic radiography quicker, easier and cheaper and facilitates rapid transmission, sharing and interpretation of images. The Atlas of diagnostic imaging of dogs and cats provides a broad overview of diagnostic imaging of companion animals for students and general practitioners. Interpretation of diagnostic images is a visual science, and images are presented throughout the textbook to illustrate normal anatomy, species differences, anatomic variation and common pathology. Radiography remains the most commonly employed diagnostic imaging modality in both general practice and specialty practice and the textbook provides a thorough review of the use of this imaging modality for all body systems. As ultrasound is now widely employed in general practice, this imaging modality is also covered in detail, particularly where it complements diagnostic radiography. Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging are also discussed to show how these imaging modalities can supplement radiography and ultrasonography and where they are superior. In addition to the images included in the textbook, scanning the QR codes in the book or going to https://vetdiagnosticimaging.edrapublishing.com, there are also linked online video files which more clearly show normal physiologic function and dynamic pathology.

61e0w1iCAUL._SL1200_.jpg

  • Publisher: Edra; 1st edition (October 5, 2022)
  • Language: English
  • Hardcover: 648 pages
  • ISBN-10: 1957260203
  • ISBN-13: 978-1957260204
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Thank you!
 
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. The transition from film screen radiography to digital radiography has transformed veterinary practice by making diagnostic radiography quicker, easier and cheaper and facilitates rapid transmission, sharing and interpretation of images. The Atlas of diagnostic imaging of dogs and cats provides a broad overview of diagnostic imaging of companion animals for students and general practitioners. Interpretation of diagnostic images is a visual science, and images are presented throughout the textbook to illustrate normal anatomy, species differences, anatomic variation and common pathology. Radiography remains the most commonly employed diagnostic imaging modality in both general practice and specialty practice and the textbook provides a thorough review of the use of this imaging modality for all body systems. As ultrasound is now widely employed in general practice, this imaging modality is also covered in detail, particularly where it complements diagnostic radiography. Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging are also discussed to show how these imaging modalities can supplement radiography and ultrasonography and where they are superior. In addition to the images included in the textbook, scanning the QR codes in the book or going to https://vetdiagnosticimaging.edrapublishing.com, there are also linked online video files which more clearly show normal physiologic function and dynamic pathology.

61e0w1iCAUL._SL1200_.jpg

  • Publisher: Edra; 1st edition (October 5, 2022)
  • Language: English
  • Hardcover: 648 pages
  • ISBN-10: 1957260203
  • ISBN-13: 978-1957260204
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Thank you!
 
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. The transition from film screen radiography to digital radiography has transformed veterinary practice by making diagnostic radiography quicker, easier and cheaper and facilitates rapid transmission, sharing and interpretation of images. The Atlas of diagnostic imaging of dogs and cats provides a broad overview of diagnostic imaging of companion animals for students and general practitioners. Interpretation of diagnostic images is a visual science, and images are presented throughout the textbook to illustrate normal anatomy, species differences, anatomic variation and common pathology. Radiography remains the most commonly employed diagnostic imaging modality in both general practice and specialty practice and the textbook provides a thorough review of the use of this imaging modality for all body systems. As ultrasound is now widely employed in general practice, this imaging modality is also covered in detail, particularly where it complements diagnostic radiography. Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging are also discussed to show how these imaging modalities can supplement radiography and ultrasonography and where they are superior. In addition to the images included in the textbook, scanning the QR codes in the book or going to https://vetdiagnosticimaging.edrapublishing.com, there are also linked online video files which more clearly show normal physiologic function and dynamic pathology.

61e0w1iCAUL._SL1200_.jpg

  • Publisher: Edra; 1st edition (October 5, 2022)
  • Language: English
  • Hardcover: 648 pages
  • ISBN-10: 1957260203
  • ISBN-13: 978-1957260204
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Thank you
 
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. The transition from film screen radiography to digital radiography has transformed veterinary practice by making diagnostic radiography quicker, easier and cheaper and facilitates rapid transmission, sharing and interpretation of images. The Atlas of diagnostic imaging of dogs and cats provides a broad overview of diagnostic imaging of companion animals for students and general practitioners. Interpretation of diagnostic images is a visual science, and images are presented throughout the textbook to illustrate normal anatomy, species differences, anatomic variation and common pathology. Radiography remains the most commonly employed diagnostic imaging modality in both general practice and specialty practice and the textbook provides a thorough review of the use of this imaging modality for all body systems. As ultrasound is now widely employed in general practice, this imaging modality is also covered in detail, particularly where it complements diagnostic radiography. Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging are also discussed to show how these imaging modalities can supplement radiography and ultrasonography and where they are superior. In addition to the images included in the textbook, scanning the QR codes in the book or going to https://vetdiagnosticimaging.edrapublishing.com, there are also linked online video files which more clearly show normal physiologic function and dynamic pathology.

61e0w1iCAUL._SL1200_.jpg

  • Publisher: Edra; 1st edition (October 5, 2022)
  • Language: English
  • Hardcover: 648 pages
  • ISBN-10: 1957260203
  • ISBN-13: 978-1957260204
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진단 영상은 반려동물 환자 치료의 핵심 요소입니다. 최근 수십 년 동안 이용 가능한 영상 기법은 기존 방사선 촬영에서 초음파 촬영, 컴퓨터 단층 촬영 및 자기 공명 영상을 포함하도록 확장되었으며 모두 일반 및 전문 수의학 진료 모두에서 매일 사용됩니다. 필름 스크린 방사선 촬영에서 디지털 방사선 촬영으로의 전환은 진단 방사선 촬영을 더 빠르고 쉽고 저렴하게 만들고 이미지의 신속한 전송, 공유 및 해석을 용이하게 함으로써 수의학 관행을 변화시켰습니다. 개와 고양이 진단 영상 지도집은 학생과 일반의를 위한 반려동물 진단 영상의 광범위한 개요를 제공합니다. 진단 이미지의 해석은 시각적 과학이며 정상적인 해부학, 종의 차이, 해부학적 변이 및 일반적인 병리를 설명하기 위해 이미지가 교과서 전반에 걸쳐 제시됩니다. 방사선 촬영은 일반 진료와 전문 진료 모두에서 가장 일반적으로 사용되는 진단 영상 방식으로 남아 있으며 교과서는 모든 신체 시스템에 대한 이 영상 방식의 사용에 대한 철저한 검토를 제공합니다. 이제 초음파가 일반 진료에서 널리 사용됨에 따라 이 영상 기법도 특히 진단 방사선 촬영을 보완하는 부분에서 자세히 다루어집니다. 컴퓨터 단층촬영과 자기공명영상도 논의하여 이러한 영상 기법이 어떻게 방사선 촬영과 초음파 촬영을 보완할 수 있는지, 그리고 어느 부분이 우수한지 보여줍니다. 교과서에 포함된 이미지 외에도 책에 있는 QR 코드를 스캔하거나 https://vetdiagnosticimaging.edrapublishing.com 에 접속하면 정상적인 생리적 기능과 동적 병리를 보다 명확하게 보여주는 링크된 온라인 비디오 파일도 있습니다.

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  • 출판사: 에드라; 1판(2022년 10월 5일)
  • 언어: 영어
  • 하드커버: 648페이지
  • ISBN-10: 1957260203
  • ISBN-13: 978-1957260204
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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. The transition from film screen radiography to digital radiography has transformed veterinary practice by making diagnostic radiography quicker, easier and cheaper and facilitates rapid transmission, sharing and interpretation of images. The Atlas of diagnostic imaging of dogs and cats provides a broad overview of diagnostic imaging of companion animals for students and general practitioners. Interpretation of diagnostic images is a visual science, and images are presented throughout the textbook to illustrate normal anatomy, species differences, anatomic variation and common pathology. Radiography remains the most commonly employed diagnostic imaging modality in both general practice and specialty practice and the textbook provides a thorough review of the use of this imaging modality for all body systems. As ultrasound is now widely employed in general practice, this imaging modality is also covered in detail, particularly where it complements diagnostic radiography. Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging are also discussed to show how these imaging modalities can supplement radiography and ultrasonography and where they are superior. In addition to the images included in the textbook, scanning the QR codes in the book or going to https://vetdiagnosticimaging.edrapublishing.com, there are also linked online video files which more clearly show normal physiologic function and dynamic pathology.

61e0w1iCAUL._SL1200_.jpg

  • Publisher: Edra; 1st edition (October 5, 2022)
  • Language: English
  • Hardcover: 648 pages
  • ISBN-10: 1957260203
  • ISBN-13: 978-1957260204
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Password: vetelib.com

 

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