More clinics and large practices are investing in CT equipment, meaning veterinary surgeons are often confronted with unfamiliar technical challenges like positioning and handling of the equipment. Even after obtaining the CT images, the interpretation can often be confusing when surgeons are not used to reading axial and transverse images. This book will provide much needed support in choosing the right equipment, providing the exact protocol and finally coming to a diagnosis.
Introduction. History Taking. Physical exam. Diagnostic approaches. Treatment considerations. Disorders of the Pediatric Patient.