An Atlas of Radiology of the Traumatized Dog and Cat: The by Joe P. Morgan, Pim Wolvekamp

By Joe P. Morgan, Pim Wolvekamp

The definitely revised moment version of this entire Atlas describes and explains the makes use of of diagnostic radiology and offers distinctive directions on how most sensible to use this system to the analysis of traumatized canine and cats, together with quite a number emergency circumstances. the main target of the revised proposal is the descriptive presentation of medical situations. Veterinary practitioners will locate abundant fabric within the Atlas on the way to support to augment or increase their medical or technical abilities.

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Thorax wall injury 33 2 Radiographic diagnosis (lumbar spine): A compression fracture involved the body of L6 with collapse of the L5– 6 disc space (arrow). Bony fragments appeared to be driven dorsally into the spinal canal. Both hip joints were unstable probably due to hip dysplasia. Treatment/Management: “Grenigo” was treated conservatively. The pulmonary contusion regressed rather quickly. By maintaining a strict control on movement, the vertebral fracture healed in two weeks permitting him to eventually walk almost normally.

The right caudal lobe had cleared completely and was aerating normally. As an uncomplicated contusion to a lung lobe with only hemorrhage and edema should clear within 24 to 48 hours following trauma, but whereas the radiographs made on day 3 showed continued right middle lobe collapse, it was assumed that either the trauma had been more severe than supposed, bronchial obstruction was present, or a pneumonia was superimposed over the injured lung. “Snoopy” was placed on antibiotic therapy because of the possibility of a secondary pneumonia in that lung lobe and she improved clinically within the next few days and was discharged.

Thorax wall injury 33 2 Radiographic diagnosis (lumbar spine): A compression fracture involved the body of L6 with collapse of the L5– 6 disc space (arrow). Bony fragments appeared to be driven dorsally into the spinal canal. Both hip joints were unstable probably due to hip dysplasia. Treatment/Management: “Grenigo” was treated conservatively. The pulmonary contusion regressed rather quickly. By maintaining a strict control on movement, the vertebral fracture healed in two weeks permitting him to eventually walk almost normally.

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