BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Abdominal Imaging
Edited by: Robert O'Brien and Frances Barr
This Manual is the third in the diagnostic imaging series. The introductory section outlines the approach to abdominal imaging, with chapters dedicated to radiography and ultrasonography. The second section is devoted to imaging of the abdominal spaces and the common structures, including the vasculature and lymphatic system. The remainder of the Manual is given over to the individual body systems.
- Normal radiographic anatomy
- Radiographic variations seen with disease
- Chapter dedicated to abdominal masses
- Contrast radiography, ultrasonography, CT and MRI
Approach to abdominal imaging; Abdominal radiography; Abdominal ultrasonography; The peritoneal cavity; The retroperitoneum; Abdominal vessels; Abdominal lymph nodes; Abdominal masses; The stomach; The small intestine; The large intestine and perianal region; The liver and gallbladder; The pancreas; The spleen; The adrenal glands; The kidneys and ureters; The bladder and urethra; The female reproductive system; The male reproductive system; Index.
Laura Armbrust, USA; Elizabeth Baines, UK; Frances Barr, UK; Juliette Besso, France; Kate Bradley, UK; Margaret Costello, UK; Lorrie Gaschen, USA; Gawain Hammond, UK; Nicolette Hayward, UK; Alasdair Hotston Moore, UK; Francisco Llabrés-Díaz, UK; Paul Mahoney, UK; Wilfred Maï, USA; J. Fraser McConnell, UK; Martha Moon Larson, USA; Federica Morandi, USA; Helena Nyman, Sweden; Robert O'Brien, USA; Tobias Schwarz, UK; Gabriela Seiler, USA.
What they say:
“…As a manual containing detailed information on how to perform the various abdominal imaging techniques plus advice on disease diagnosis, this text would be extremely useful for the general veterinary practitioner and would be a valuable learning tool for veterinary students…” Australian Veterinary Journal
“…extremely practical layout...easy to read...high-quality illustrations. I would grade this as an excellent book, and the experience of the many authors comes through well in the text. This book will find a useful place in the library of most clinics and radiology departments…” European Journal of Companion Animal Practice
“…a positive addition to the general practice shelf. This book's aim was to provide a concise guide to help day-to-day practice imaging, with sufficient depth to satisfy the majority of situations. In this regard, it has succeeded…” Veterinary Times
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- Price to non-members £75