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Textbook of Veterinary Diagnostic Radiology
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Section I: Physics and Principles of Interpretation 1. Radiation Physics and Protection 2. Digital Images and Digital Radiographic Image Capture 3. Physics of Ultrasound Imaging 4. Physics of Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging 5. Introduction to Radiographic Interpretation Section II: The Axial Skeleton: Canine, Feline, and Equine 6. Radiographic Anatomy of the Axial Skeleton 7. Basic Principles of Radiographic Interpretation of the Axial Skeleton 8. Canine and Feline Skull, Nasal Cavity and Sinuses 9. Magnetic Resonance Imaging Features of Canine and Feline Brain Disease 10. Equine Skull, Nasal Cavity and Sinuses 11. Canine and Feline Vertebrae 12. Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Computed Tomography Features of Canine and Feline Spinal Cord Disease NEW! Section III: The Appendicular Skeleton: Canine, Feline, and Equine 13. Radiographic Anatomy of the Appendicular Skeleton 14. Basic Principles of Radiographic Interpretation of the Appendicular Skeleton 15. Canine and Feline Orthopedic Diseases 16. Canine and Feline Fracture Healing and Complications 17. Canine and Feline Bone Tumors vs. Bone Infections 18. Canine and Feline Joint Disease 19. Equine Stifle and Tarsus 20. Equine Carpus 21. Equine Metacarpus and Metatarsus 22. Equine Metacarpophalangeal (Metatarsophalangeal) Joint 23. Equine Phalanges 24. Equine Navicular Bone Section IV: Thoracic Cavity: Canine, Feline, and Equine 25. Basic Principles of Radiographic Interpretation of the Thorax 26. Canine and Feline Upper Airway and Trachea 27. Canine and Feline Esophagus 28. Canine and Feline Thoracic Wall 29. Canine and Feline Diaphragm 30. Canine Mediastinum 31. Canine Pleural Space 32. Canine and Feline Cardiovascular System 33. Canine and Feline Lung 34. Equine Lower Respiratory System Section V: Abdominal Cavity: Canine and Feline 35. Basic Principles of Radiographic Interpretation of the Abdomen 36. Peritoneal Space 37. Liver and Spleen 38. Kidneys and Ureters 39. Urinary Bladder 40. Urethra 41. Prostate Gland 42. Uterus, Ovaries and Testes 43. Stomach 44. Small Bowel 45. Large Bowel

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"Radiology remains one of the main diagnostic tools in veterinary practice, and image interpretation can present a significant challenge to the practitioner. Thrall's 'd104books of Veterinary Diagnostic Radiology', now in its editio, has been a major reference text on this topic for overa quarter of a century. The aim of the book is to provide instruction in canine, feline and equine radiology to undergraduate and postgraduate students...This new edition of a staple radiology textbook continues to provide excellent learning and reference material in canine, feline and equine imaging for students and qualified vets. It would be a worthwhile addition to a practice or personal library." Vet Record, Oct 2012

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