Anthony J. Fischetti, DVM, MS, DACVR
The practice of emergency ultrasound is based on two paradigms: immediate results and focused examinations.
An enormous amount of information can be obtained from an abdominal radiograph, especially in emergency/critical care situations.
This lecture is a case-based presentation of subtleties noted on radiographs that indicate a problem occurring on some other area of anatomy not directly visible on the radiographs.
The lecture is a review of thoracic radiographic interpretation in small animals.
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