OrthopedicsBecoming skilled at orthopedic radiography requires knowledge of radiography techniques, orthopedic landmarks, and a lot of practice.
Radiology/ImagingUsing best-practice radiographic positioning skills will help the veterinarian arrive at appropriate diagnoses and treatment plans for patients.
Personal/Professional DevelopmentDiagnostic and advanced imaging specialists have a plethora of modalities at their disposal that have the ability to see what's going on inside patients.
Radiology/ImagingWith proper training, veterinary nurses can perform TFAST and AFAST scans on emergent patients.
Radiology/ImagingFluoroscopy produces real-time images that appear as an “x-ray movie,” providing a helpful view for dynamic processes.
This article will help veterinary team members refresh themselves about common dental radiography procedures.
This second of two articles on radiographic positioning provides an overview of proper patient restraint as well as techniques to obtain good-quality radiographs of the stifles, pelvis, and phalanges.
This first of two articles on veterinary radiographic positioning provides an overview of radiation safety as well as the techniques used to obtain good-quality orthopedic radiographs of the skull, shoulders, and elbows.