Key Features

  • Radiographic Diagnostic Indicators (RDIs) - a set of small, versatile radiographic observations - combine with one another, often leading to a radiographic diagnosis.
  • Just-in-time normals" present normal radiographs alongside abnormal images rather than in separate chapters, for the greatest convenience and effective comparison.
  • References citing the names of the principal source authors are integrated into the text to present a clear picture of the origins of knowledge and facilitate reading without a break in concentration.
  • "Telescopic" illustrations show images in both orientation and close-up views in cases where full visualization is important, as well as ultra-close views when fine detail is essential.
  • At-a-glance diagnoses present a detailed description of each image as well as a concise, one- or two-word diagnosis in bold type.
  • Emphasis zones - regions of interest that have been electronically enhanced - highlight some of the more complex lesions and assist the reader with identifying and studying them.

Table of Contents

SECTION 1: TOOLS AND STRATEGIES OF THE MEDICAL IMAGIST

1. Veterinary Medical Imaging: An Overview

2. Principles of Radiographic Imaging

3. Principles of Computed Tomographic Imaging

4. Principles of Sonographic Imaging

5. Principles of Nuclear Imaging

6. Principles of Magnetic Resonance Imaging

7. Film Reading: Strategies, Misdiagnosis, Reporting & Consulting

8. Standard Radiographic Protocols, Patient-Tailored Examinations, & Special Radiography

9. Examination Protocols, Strategic Supplementary Projections, & Normal Radiographic & Cross-Sectional Anatomy


SECTION 2: THE EXTREMITIES

10. Extremital RDI’s

11. Extremital Injury

12. Osteoarthritis

13. Extremital Infection

14. Extremital Bone Tumors

15. Extremital Soft Tissue Tumors

16. Osteochondritis

17. Congenital & Developmental Bone Disease

18. Miscellaneous Extremital Disorders

19. Skeletal Deficiencies, Dysplasias & Deformities



SECTION 3: THE SKULL, BRAIN, EYE AND EAR

20. Skull RDI’s

21. Head Injury & Infection

22. Skull Tumors

23. Nasal Cavity Disease

24. Dental, Gum & Tongue Disease

25. Brain Disease & Injury (Intracranial Lesions)

26. The Ear

27. The Eye & Orbit

28. Miscellaneous Diseases



SECTION 4: THE SPINE

29. Spinal RDI’s

30. Congenital Spinal Malformations (Congenital Spinal Anomalies)

31. Developmental Spinal & Spinal Cord Disorders Causing Cord & Nerve Root Compression

32. Spinal & Related Spinal Cord Injury

33. Disc Disease (Intervertebral Disc Disease, Degenerative Disc Disease, Extradural Degenerative Disease)

34. Spondylosis, Facetal Arthritis & Dural Ossification Spondylosis

35. Spinal Infection (Vertebral Osteomyelitis, Vertebral Body Osteomyeliti

Details

No. of pages:
800
Language:
English
Copyright:
© 2003
Published:
Imprint:
Mosby
Print ISBN:
9780323012058

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