- Atlas-sized radiographs allow you to easily visualize the injury or indication of disease.
- Comparison radiographs display a normal image with an abnormal image to highlight differences and help you identify abnormalities in practice.
- “Telescopic” images provide close-up views of larger radiographs to help you identify salient points visible in the radiograph.
- Content tailored to each species highlights the common injuries and diseases for each avian and exotic species.
- Discussions of multiple modalities including ultrasound, MRI, and CT provide all the information you need for diagnostic imaging in one resource.
1. Avian Radiography and Radiographic Diagnosis
2. Wild Birds
3. Cage Birds
4. The Wing: Particulars of Flight
5. The Wing: Normal Gross Anatomy
6. The Wing: Radiography and Normal Radiographic Anatomy
7. The Wing: Normal Computed Tomographic Anatomy
8. The Wing: An Overview of Wing Injuries
9. The Wing: Fracture Types and Tendencies
10. The Wing: Fracture Healing and Non-Healing
11. The Wing: Soft Tissue Injuries
12. The Wing: Dislocation, Fracture-Dislocation, Traumatic Amputation and Avulsion
13. The Wing: Gunshots
14. The Wing: Infections
15. The Wing: Post-Traumatic Osteoarthritis
16. Spine, Pelvis and Hips
17. The Leg
18. The Head
19. The Throat and Neck
20. The Torso
Section II: The Mammals
21. Guinea Pigs
24. Chinchillas, Dagus and Gophers
28. Skunks, Squirrels, Raccoons and Armadillos
29. Monkeys and Other Non-Human Primates
30. Acreage Pets: Alpacas, Llamas, Miniature Horses, Miniature Goats and Pot-Bellied Pigs
31. Performance and Demonstration Pets: Bear and Bison
Section III: The Reptiles