BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Musculoskeletal Imaging
Edited by: Frances Barr and Robert Kirberger
Radiography remains the day-to-day diagnostic imaging technique of choice in many practices. This Manual is extremely practical to use, being structured along anatomical lines, with chapters considering each joint, the long bones, and the skull and spine. Includes:
- Chapters on bone and joints common to all regions
- Radiographic technique, normal and abnormal anatomy
- Chapter dedicated to soft tissue imaging
- Brief discussions on CT and MRI
- Extensively illustrated throughout
Soft tissues; Bones - general; Long bones - juvenile; Long bones - mature; Long bones - fractures; Joints - general; The shoulder joint and scapula; The elbow joint; The hip joint and pelvis; The stifle joint; Distal limbs - carpus and tarsus; Skull - teeth; Spine - general; Spine - conditions not related to intervertebral disc disease; Spine - intervertebral disc disease and 'Wobbler syndrome'; Spine - lumbosacral region and cauda equina syndrome; Appendix; Index.
Graeme Allan, Australia; Frances Barr, UK; Darryl N. Biery, USA; Steven J. Butterworth, Wales; Eithne J. Comerford, UK; Jeremy V. Davies, UK; Ruth Dennis, UK; Ingrid Gielen, Belgium; Christopher R. Lamb, UK; Johann Lang, Germany; Robert M. Kirberger, South Africa; Hester McAllister, Republic of Ireland; Fintan J. McEvoy, Denmark; Robert G. Nicoll, Australia; Gerhard Steenkamp, South Africa; Emma Tobin, Republic of Ireland; Henri van Bree, Belgium.
What they say
"...a welcome addition to the arsenal of information needed to address diagnostic challenges...suitable to expand the knowledge base of veterinary students and general practitioners, yet also reaches the needs of specialists..." JAVMA
"...I recommend this book very highly..." Canadian Veterinary Journal
- Member price £44
- Price to non-members £70