Atlas of Small Animal Ultrasonography, Second Edition provides a comprehensive reference for ultrasound techniques and findings in small animal practice. Offering more than 900 high-quality images of both normal and abnormal ultrasound features, the book takes a systems-based approach to ultrasound examinations in small animal. With complete coverage of small animal ultrasonography, this teaching and reference guide is an essential resource for veterinary sonographers of all skill levels. The Second Edition adds a chapter on technical tips and images of artifacts, and new illustrations and tridimensional representations of body parts, both normal and pathological, have been added to facilitate ultrasound probe placement and image interpretation. A companion website offers narrated video loops of ultrasound evaluations, demonstrating the most important pathologies for each section of the book. Atlas of Small Animal Ultrasonography remains an essential purchase for novice and advanced veterinary sonographers alike.
Table of Contents
Contributors. Preface. 1. Nervous System. Section 1. Brain (Judith Hudson and Nancy Cox). Section 2. Spine (Judith Hudson and Martin Kramer). Section 3. Peripheral nerves (Martin Kramer and Judith Hudson). 2. Eye and Orbit (Kathy Spaulding). 3. Neck (Allison Zwingenberger and Erik Wisner). 4. Thorax (Silke Hecht). 5. Heart (Donald Brown and Hugues Gaillot). 6. Liver (Marc-Andre d'Anjou). 7. Spleen (Silke Hecht). 8. Gastrointestinal Tract (Dominique Penninck). 9. Pancreas (Dominique Penninck). 10. Kidneys and Ureters (Marc-Andre d'Anjou). 11. Bladder and Urethra (James Sutherland-Smith). 12. Adrenal Glands (John Graham). 13. Female Reproductive Tract (Silke Hecht). 14. Male Reproductive Tract (Silke Hecht). 15. Abdominal Cavity, Lymph Nodes and Great Vessels (Marc-Andre d'Anjou). 16. Musculoskeletal System (Martin Kramer and Marc-Andre d'Anjou). Index.
Dominique Penninck, DVM, PhD, DACVR, DECVDI, is Professor of Diagnostic Imaging in the Department of Clinical Sciences, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Tufts University. Marc-Andre d'Anjou, DMV, DACVR, is Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Imaging in the Department of Clinical Sciences, Faculte de Medecine Veterinaire, Universite de Montreal.