By Arlene Coulson
This is often the definitive reference for the small animal practitioner to common radiographic anatomy of the cat and puppy. With over 40 years of expertise among them, the authors have produced a useful reference atlas for the veterinary practitioner. The ebook is acceptable for the overall and referral dependent practitioner, undergraduate or postgraduate veterinary physician.
- Over 550 radiographic photographs analysed and explained
- More than 50 new figures further, with the standard of present photographs enhanced
- Revised contents and web page headers for easy-reference
- Clear informative line drawings to track radiographic shadows and schematic drawings of underlying buildings now not obvious in undeniable radiographs.
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43 Dog – Forelimb A 3 5 4(a) B 4(a) Figure 84 Figure 84 Age 30 weeks. A 4(b) B 4(b) Figure 85 Figure 85 Age 43 weeks. A B 4(c) Figure 86 44 Figure 86 Age 56 weeks. An Atlas of Interpretative Radiographic Anatomy of the Dog and Cat Dog – Forelimb 1 A 4 C B Figure 87 Figure 87 Age 4 weeks. Figure 88 Figure 88 Age 8 weeks. Figure 89 Figure 89 Age 13 weeks. Figures 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92 Mediolateral projection of elbow joint. Samoyed crossbred dog, entire male, at 4, 8, 13, 17, 25 and 34 weeks of age.
A 2(a) 1 3 4(a) 4(a) B Figure 80 Figure 80 Age 8 weeks. Figures 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86 Mediolateral projection of shoulder joint. Samoyed crossbred dog-entire male, at 4, 8, 13, 17, 25, 30, 43 and 56 weeks of age. A Scapula 1 Epiphysis of supraglenoid tubercle 2 Growth plate 2(a) Open 2(b) Closing B Humerus 3 Proximal epiphysis of humerus 4 Proximal growth plate 4(a) Open 4(b) Closing 4(c) Remnant 5 Greater tubercle 42 An Atlas of Interpretative Radiographic Anatomy of the Dog and Cat Dog – Forelimb A 2(a) 1 3 5 4(a) B 4(a) Figure 81 Figure 81 Age 13 weeks.
Also present on the drawing is the typical irregular cortical outline of the metaphyseal regions (open arrows). The latter is invariably seen in large and giant breeds of immature dogs. This, together with a relatively opaque appearance of the metaphyseal regions, seen in all immature dogs, must not be mistaken for a bony metabolic abnormality such as rickets. Examination of the bony cortical opacity, and thickness, is required to establish normality in the immature animal. An Atlas of Interpretative Radiographic Anatomy of the Dog and Cat 39 Dog – Forelimb Figure 77 Dorsopalmar projection of manus.