Atlas Of Normal Radiographic Anatomy And Anatomic Variants In The Dog And Cat by Donald E. Thrall

Atlas Of Normal Radiographic Anatomy And Anatomic Variants In The Dog And Cat

byDonald E. Thrall, Ian D. RobertsonEditorDonald E. Thrall

Hardcover | September 29, 2015

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Equip yourself to make accurate diagnoses and achieve successful treatment outcomes with this highly visual comprehensive atlas. Featuring a substantial number of new high contrast images,Atlas of Normal Radiographic Anatomy and Anatomic Variants in the Dog and Cat, 2nd Edition provides an in-depth look at both normal and non-standard subjects along with demonstrations of proper technique and image interpretations. Expert authors Donald E. Thrall and Ian D. Robertson describe a wider range of "normal" as compared to competing books not only showing standard dogs and cats, but also non-standard subjects such as overweight and underweight pets and animals with breed-specific variations. Every body part is put into context with a textual description to help explain why a structure appears as it does in radiographs, and enabling practitioners to appreciate variations of normal that are not included, based on an understanding of basic radiographic principles.

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Title:Atlas Of Normal Radiographic Anatomy And Anatomic Variants In The Dog And CatFormat:HardcoverDimensions:320 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:September 29, 2015Publisher:Elsevier CanadaLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:032331225X

ISBN - 13:9780323312257

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. Introduction
2. The Skull
3. The Spine
4. The Thoracic Limb
5. The Pelvic Limb
6. The Thorax
7. The Abdomen