Key Features

  • Practical, concise clinical format
  • Written at the appropriate reading level for technicians
  • Abundant illustrations emphasize basic radiographic and ultrasonographic principles, techniques, and equipment used in veterinary practice
  • Concise and understandable discussion of physics and radiography
  • Examples of common artifacts show how to avoid misinterpretation of imaging studies
  • Excellent coverage of radiation safety
  • Practical technique charts
  • Excellent coverage of small- and large-animal positioning
  • Exotics chapter featuring rodents (including ferrets), reptiles, and birds
  • Ultrasound chapter that includes normal ultrasonographic findings, along with corresponding images
  • Helpful hints given for obtaining quality images and avoiding common pitfalls reflect the authors' experiences at a busy teaching institution

Table of Contents

PART ONE: RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUE AND EQUIPMENT
1. X-ray Generation
2. Achieving Radiographic Quality
3. Exposure Variables
4. Recording the Image
5. X-ray Equipment
6. Darkroom Techniques
7. Radiation Safety
8. Developing a Small Animal Radiographic Technique Chart
9. Radiographic Artifacts
PART TWO: RADIOGRAPHIC POSITIONING
10. Small Animal Radiography
11. Basic Small Animal Dental Radiography
12. Contrast Studies
13. Exotic Animal Radiography
14. Large Animal Radiography
15. Diagnostic Ultrasound

Details

No. of pages:
304
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2005
Published:
Imprint:
Mosby
Print ISBN:
9780323092272
Electronic ISBN:
9780323075602