Best Veterinary Radiology Books
Here you will get Best Veterinary Radiology Books For you.This is an up-to-date list of recommended books.
1. The Goldendoodle Handbook: The Essential Guide For New & Prospective Goldendoodle Owners (Canine Handbooks)
Author: by Linda Whitwam
The No.1 Bestseller on Goldendoodles! Learn from the experts how to raise & train a happy, healthy & well-behaved Goldendoodle that’s a joy to live with. This is the most complete book about Goldendoodles to date. Anyone raising a Goldendoodle or contemplating one in the future should read this book!
AMY LANE, founder, GANA, Goldendoodle Association of North America, & creator of the Mini GoldendoodleA must-have for anyone with a goldendoodle. This is just jam packed with fab useful info and it’s easy to read!! KIRSTY LEWIS, UKThis is a big book 274 pages written by British canine author Linda Whitwam & 16 experienced Goldendoodle breeders.
Only buy it if you want an in-depth insight & step-by-step advice with this stunning breed. Part of The Canine Handbooks, Amazon’s leading dog breed series, this detailed manual is easy to read & packed full of tips. This is the only book approved by GANA, the world’s leading organisation for Goldendoodles,Puppies – Learn:Surviving the First Few Days & NightsWhere Should Puppy Sleep?
2. Veterinary Anatomy Coloring Book: Animal Anatomy and Veterinary Physiology Coloring Book Vet Tech
Author: by Summer Sparks
Color your way to a complete mastery of veterinary anatomy with this book! BOOK UPDATED: June 2021 [Revised Content! Thank You For Your Kind Feedback. ]Coloring animal physiology and their systems is the most effective way to study the structure and functions of veterinary anatomy.
You assimilate information and make visual associations with key terminology when coloring in the Veterinary Anatomy Book, all while having fun! These illustrations show anatomy in detail and makes it easy to identify specific structures for an entertaining way to learn veterinary anatomy.
With this vivid change-of-pace study tool, you have the freedom to master veterinary anatomy in a fun and memorable way. Ideal for all kind of students and animal lovers to make the most out of their interest in animal anatomy and physiology.
This coloring book comes with a thoroughly amazing structure. This book features:More than 40 unique, easy-to-color illustrations of different animals with their anatomical terminology, grouped into small and large animals and arranged alphabetically. Allows students to easily learn the anatomy of multiple species.
3. Textbook of Veterinary Diagnostic Radiology
Author: by Donald E. Thrall DVM PhD DACVR
Learn the latest advances in veterinary diagnostic radiology! Textbook of Veterinary Diagnostic Radiology, 7th Edition, is a one-stop resource covering the principles of radiographic technique and interpretation for dogs, cats, and horses. Within this bestselling text, high-quality radiographic images accompany clear coverage of diagnostic radiology, ultrasound, MRI, and CT.
User-friendly direction helps you to develop essential skills in patient positioning, radiographic technique and safety measures, normal and abnormal anatomy, radiographic viewing and interpretation, and alternative imaging modalities. This new edition has been thoroughly revised to include important advances in the field, information about contrast media, dental radiography, and more!
Coverage of ultrasound imaging procedures such as the esophagram, upper GI examination, excretory urography, and cystography helps in determining when and how these procedures are performed in today’s practice. Rewritten chapters on basic interpretation emphasizes radiography, radiation safety, superficial coverage of normal variants, and will include more in-depth information on the framework for interpretation.
4. Atlas of Small Animal Ultrasonography
Author: by Dominique Penninck
Atlas of Small Animal Ultrasonography, Second Edition is a comprehensive reference for ultrasound techniques and findings in small animal practice, with more than 2000 high-quality sonograms and illustrations of normal structures and disorders. Provides a comprehensive collection of more than 2000 high-quality images, including both normal and abnormal ultrasound features, as well as relevant complementary imaging modalities and histopathological images Covers both common and uncommon disorders in small animal patients Offers new chapters on practical physical concepts and artifacts and abdominal contrast sonography Includes access to a companion website with over 140 annotated video loops of the most important pathologies covered in each section of the book
5. Lavin's Radiography for Veterinary Technicians
Author: by Marg Brown RVT BEd Ad Ed
Make sure you understand and know how to use the very latest diagnostic imaging technology with Lavin’s Radiography for Veterinary Technicians, 6th Edition! All aspects of imaging including production, positioning, and evaluation of radiographs are combined into this comprehensive text.
All chapters have been thoroughly reviewed, revised, and updated with vivid color equipment photos, positioning drawings, and detailed anatomy drawings. From foundational concepts to the latest in diagnostic imaging, this text is a valuable resource for students, technicians, and veterinarians alike!
More than 1000 full-color photos and updated radiographic images visually demonstrate the relationship between anatomy and positioning.UNIQUE! Non-manual restraint techniques including sandbags, tape, rope, sponges, sedation and combinations improve your safety and radiation protection.UNIQUE! Comprehensive dental radiography coverage gives you a meaningful background in the dentistry subsection of vet radiography.
6. An Atlas of Interpretative Radiographic Anatomy of the Dog and Cat
Author: by Arlene Coulson
This is the definitive reference for the small animal practitioner to normal radiographic anatomy of the cat and dog. With over forty years of experience between them, the authors have produced an invaluable reference atlas for the veterinary practitioner. The book is suitable for the general and referral based practitioner, undergraduate or postgraduate veterinary surgeon.
Over 550 radiographic images analysed and explained More than 50 new figures added, with the quality of existing images enhanced Revised contents and page headers for easy-reference Clear informative line drawings to trace radiographic shadows and schematic drawings of underlying structures not seen in plain radiographs.
7. Diagnostic MRI in Dogs and Cats
Author: by Wilfried Mai
Diagnostic MRI in Dogs and Cats makes the vast and increasingly complex topic of clinical MRI in small animals accessible to all veterinarians. With the increasing availability of MRI technology, there is also a pressing need for expertise in interpreting these images.
This is the first reference textbook to provide a well-illustrated and comprehensive overview of the current knowledge, focusing on imaging appearance rather than on clinical signs or treatment. With chapters on MRI physics and technology as well as sections on specific anatomical regions, the book functions as a stand-alone reference for the reader, whether they be a radiology/neurology resident in training or a practitioner with a need to learn about veterinary clinical MRI.
Includes both evidenced-based material and the authors’ personal experience, providing an excellent overview of current knowledge in the field. Contributors are international leaders in the field. Bullet points format and table summaries throughout the book keep the concepts concise and organized.
8. Small Animal Diagnostic Ultrasound
Author: by John S. Mattoon DVM DACVR
Now in full-color with over 750 vivid images located near their text descriptions, Small Animal Diagnostic Ultrasound, 3rd Edition is the must-have resource for coverage of the basic principles of ultrasonography in small animal medical care. Using a logical body-systems approach, where chapters are organized from “head to tail,” this third edition offers completely revised and up-to-date information regarding the latest techniques, applications, and developments in ultrasonography including expanded coverage of Doppler imaging principles and new gross anatomic and pathological specimen images.
Also new to this edition are 100 video clips (housed on a companion website) that demonstrate normal and abnormal conditions as they appear in ultrasound scans. “This is the book that any clinician that has interest in veterinary diagnostic imaging should have.” Reviewed by Denis Novak on behalf of European Journal of Companion Animal Practice, June 2015 “There will be very few clinicians who will fail to learn something new within a few minutes of opening it.” Reviewed by Louise McLean on behalf of Veterinary Record, July 2015 Video clips accessible on the accompanying website allows the ultrasonographer to visualise organs in motion.
9. Clinical Radiology of the Horse
Author: by Janet A. Butler
Clinical Radiology of the Horse is the best-selling, practical guide to all areas of equine radiography and radiology written by an experienced group of clinicians with a broad range of backgrounds. Offers an atlas of normal and clinical images, as well as a comprehensive guide to techniques, equipment, positioning, and interpretation for general veterinary practitioners and specialists in imaging and orthopaedics Updates to this fourth edition fully reflect the move to digital imaging with many new figures in the book and major revisions to the chapters on the head, thorax, and abdomen Contains expanded coverage of the foot, pastern, and fetlock (now in separate chapters) Includes a password-protected website with all the images from the book as well as over 200 additional images with examples of more subtle lesions, more fractures, correct technique and positioning versus incorrect, immature horses, progression of disease, and pathological images
10. Focused Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner
Author: by Gregory R. Lisciandro
Focused Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner offers a highly practical guide to incorporating abbreviated ultrasound exams into the veterinary practice. Focused point-of-care exams are an effective way to quickly detect conditions and complications not readily apparent through the physical exam, laboratory diagnostics, or radiographic findings.
Encompassing all the information needed to begin performing these techniques, Focused Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner is a useful tool for improving patient outcomes in clinical practice. Covering focused exams in all body systems, the book also outlines the principles of interventional radiology, medical documentation, and the basic fundamentals of using an ultrasound machine.
A companion website offers 87 video clips of AFAST, TFAST, and Vet Blue examinations with normal, abnormal, and incidental findings at www.Wiley. Com/go/lisciandro/ultrasound. Focused Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner is an essential purchase for veterinary practitioners and specialists wanting to implement these techniques in their veterinary practice.
11. Atlas of Dental Radiography in Dogs and Cats
Author: by Gregg A. DuPont DVM FAVD DAVDC
Is it ever appropriate to diagnose and treat oral and dental problems without knowing the full extent of the problem? With more than 50% of anatomical structures and associated pathologies located below the gingivae and unseen to the eye, that’s the reality without the use of high-quality, accurately interpreted radiographs.
Atlas of Dental Radiography in Dogs and Cats presents hundreds of actual radiographic images, which are clearly labeled to facilitate accurate identification of normal and abnormal features. This valuable new atlas shows you exactly how to correlate common dental conditions with radiographic signs.
Radiographs are also compared side by side with actual anatomical photographs to confirm surface landmarks visible on the radiographs. Correct positioning techniques for producing diagnostic radiographs as well as helpful tips and pitfalls when obtaining quality radiographs are logically presented.
This approach helps you produce consistently high-quality radiographs, sharpen your interpretive skills, and confidently treat a wide range of dental problems. Presents the most logical and useful approach to dental and oral radiography, using actual anatomical photographs for accurate clinical correlationDepicts original and color-labeled radiographs side-by-side for accurate identification of normal and abnormal structuresHelps both veterinarians and technicians take the best possible radiographs, interpret them accurately, make sound treatment decisions, and monitor resultsProvides clear, technical guidance for taking quality radiographs and identifying artefacts and results of improper imaging technique and film developmentPresents clear pictorial instructions from 2 angles for correct positioning of the X-ray beam and intraoral filmsOffers new opportunities for expanded professional services and revenues in your practiceProvides proof of compliance with standards of care for medical record documentation, helping you legally protect yourself, your staff, and your practice
12. Atlas of Small Animal CT and MRI
Author: by Erik Wisner
Atlas of Small Animal CT & MRI is a highly illustrated diagnostic imaging guide to common clinical disorders of dogs and cats. Contains over 3,000 high quality CT, MRI and related diagnostic images Offers a unique approach emphasizing comparative imaging and pathologic correlation Focuses on important imaging features relevant to imaging diagnosis of disease in dogs and cats Written by internationally renowned experts in the field
13. BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Musculoskeletal Imaging (BSAVA British Small Animal Veterinary Association)
Author: by Robert M. Kirberger
This new edition builds on the practical structure of its predecessor, with chapters arranged anatomically. Individual joints, the long bones, the skull and the spine are dealt with in discrete sections while soft tissues, bones and joints are considered more generally.
The manual has been thoroughly revised and updated, while new chapters dedicated to imaging modalities such as CT, MRI and ultrasonography broaden the scope of the manual. Indications for use and illustrations add depth to this relatively new area of musculoskeletal imaging.
Techniques and findings are explained clearly, ensuring that the content is accessible to veterinarians of all levels.
14. Practical Diagnostic Imaging for the Veterinary Technician
Author: by Connie M. Han RVT
A complete and practical guide, this text describes how to produce high-quality radiographic and ultrasound images. The first half of the book covers equipment, safety, and technique all major responsibilities of the veterinary technician. The second half details radiographic positioning for small animals, large animals, and exotics.
Reflecting the major role of ultrasonography in veterinary practice, the book concludes with an expanded chapter on diagnostic ultrasound. Practical, concise clinical format Written at the appropriate reading level for technicians Abundant illustrations emphasize basic radiographic and ultrasonographic principles, techniques, and equipment used in veterinary practice Concise and understandable discussion of physics and radiography Examples of common artifacts show how to avoid misinterpretation of imaging studies Excellent coverage of radiation safety Practical technique charts Excellent coverage of small- and large-animal positioning Exotics chapter featuring rodents (including ferrets), reptiles, and birds Ultrasound chapter that includes normal ultrasonographic findings, along with corresponding images Helpful hints given for obtaining quality images and avoiding common pitfalls reflect the authors’ experiences at a busy teaching institutionNew cardiac ultrasound scanning techniques with 20 new ultrasound images New images of the latest x-ray equipment Updated pedagogical features, including outlines, key points, chapter objectives, and helpful hints for veterinary technicians
15. Handbook of Radiographic Positioning for Veterinary Technicians (Veterinary Technology)
Author: by Margi Sirois
The Handbook of Radiographic Positioning for Veterinary Technicians is designed as a practical guide to positioning for radiographic studies in the small animal clinic. This concise reference presents a systematic approach to the positioning of canine, feline, and exotic animal patients for routine and special radiographic procedures.
The primary focus is on providing visual aids of animals in position for radiographic procedures. The resulting radiograph produced is included for each radiographic position. A diagram of anatomical landmarks used in determining correct positioning is also included.
16. Veterinary Image-Guided Interventions
Author: by Chick Weisse
Veterinary Image-Guided Interventions is the only book dedicated to interventions guided by imaging technology. Written and edited by leading experts in the field, interventional endoscopy, cardiology, oncology and radiology are covered in detail. Chapters include the history and background of the procedures, patient work-up, equipment lists, detailed procedural instructions, potential complications, patient follow-up protocols, and expected outcomes.
Split into body systems, the technical aspects of each procedure are presented using highly illustrated step-by-step guides. Veterinary Image-Guided Interventions is a must-have handbook for internists, surgeons, cardiologists, radiologists, oncologists and criticalists, and for anyone interested in cutting-edge developments in veterinary medicine.
Key features include: A highly practical step-by-step guide to image-guided procedures Relevant to a wide range of veterinary specialists. Written and edited by respected pioneers in veterinary image-guided procedures A companion website offers videos of many procedures to enhance the text