Veterinary Computed Tomography

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Chest — Mediastinal masses, pulmonary masses, pleural effusion. Neck — Thyroid and salivary gland masses, abscesses. Computed Tomography CT.

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CT can be used to evaluate almost any body part and is a valuable diagnostic tool: Abdomen — masses, portosystemic shunts, ectopic ureters Thorax - lung, rib, or mediastinal masses, assess for spread of cancer met check. Skull — can look for an underlying cause of nasal discharge or bleeding as well as masses.

We can also evaluate for inner ear disease. Trauma — helps determine the specific orientation of bone fragments which can be important in prognosis and surgical planning.


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Qty: -. Add to Cart. Product Tags About The Book This practical and highly illustrated guide is an essential resource for veterinarians seeking to improve their understanding and use of computed tomography CT in practice. Key features: An essential guide for veterinarians using CT in practice Includes basic principles of CT as well as guidelines on how to carry out an effective examination Describes CT features of different diseases for most species treated in practice Written by a range of international leaders in the field Illustrated with high quality photographs and diagrams throughout.

Contents Veterinary Computed Tomography Contributors. Artifacts in CT Tobias Schwarz. Digital Environment Robert Malinowski. Purchase Considerations Victor Rendano. Forrest and Tobias Schwarz. Calvarium and Zygomatic Arch Federica Morandi. Brain Silke Hecht. Trachea Tobias Schwarz and Jimmy Saunders. Mediastinum Robert Kirberger and Audrey Petite. Pleura Wilfried Mai. Urinary System Tobias Schwarz.

Adrenal Glands Federica Morandi. Scanning with Lakeland Veterinary Imaging:.

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The CT scan will require a short period of general anesthesia for your pet. In preparation for this, we recommend the pet not be fed for at least hours prior to their scan. It is generally not necessary to withhold water during this time unless specifically recommended by your veterinarian. Feel free to walk your pet if you believe a bathroom break is needed before the appointment hint: this is a good idea in most cases. Payment for the CT scan and associated fees is required at the time of service. We are always happy to discuss a fee estimate with you, or your doctor, in advance.

We prefer it when there are no surprises for you regarding fees and we will work hard to make sure our estimates are accurate and complete.


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Computed Tomography. Computed Tomography Indications: Diseases of the skull including nasal cavity, inner and middle ear, jaw and dental structures. Diseases of the spinal cord including trauma, infections, tumors and spinal disc herniation.

Diseases of the chest including tumors, lymph node enlargement and other conditions that cause abnormal air or fluid accumulation around the lungs Diseases of the abdomen including conditions that alter the size or function of any organ.