Sinoscopy is a minimally invasive diagnostic procedure that can be performed on the standing horse. The technique can allow good visualization and treatment of paranasal sinus disease and eliminate the need for more invasive procedures such as large bone flaps. Knowledge of the paranasal sinus anatomy is the most important aspect of the procedure.
CT and MRI continue to gain traction as they become more widely available and less costly. Their diagnostic superiority over radiography will improve the treatment of some common diseases in small animal patients.
A university alumnus and his wife have donated $11 million to establish an imaging center at the veterinary college.
On this episode of The Vet Blast Podcast, Dr Adam Christman is joined by SignalPET founder Dr Neil Shaw, who explains how (and why) artificial intelligence (AI) is advancing veterinary radiology.
Proper use of focused assessment with sonography for trauma, triage, and tracking (monitoring) allows clinicians to evaluate both obvious soft-tissue abnormalities and ascites in the abdomen.
Radiography is an integral diagnostic tool in companion animal practice. Here are brief guidelines for obtaining the most useful images of the abdomen in dogs and cats.