Eli Cohen, DVM, DACVR, is a clinical assistant professor of radiology at North Carolina State Universitys College of Veterinary Medicine and co-owner of Dragonfly Imaging, PLLC.
Help a teleradiologist out: Tell them what you're looking for
Before you send off a stack of images, do your consultant (and yourself) a favor by specifying the endgame.
Avoid radiographic errors in your veterinary cases: Obtain multiple views
It's easy to be convinced of a diagnosis by a single two-dimensional image. Get the whole picture by obtaining additional angles.
'The day does not run without my veterinary technicians'
This imaging specialist says techs are key to his practice productivity.
Update on computed tomography and liposarcomas in dogs
Do not rule out this fatty form of cancer due to absence of fat on CT, says Dr. Eli Cohen.
Veterinary ultrasonography: Shaving the cat was the easy part
You've got ultrasound questions. We've got answers. Consider these cat-veats to maximize your machine.
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