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Veterinary Head and Neck Imaging

Scrivani, Peter V.

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1. Auflage November 2021
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ISBN: 978-1-119-11859-6
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A complete, all-in-one resource for head and neck imaging in dogs, cats, and horses

Veterinary Head and Neck Imaging is acomprehensive reference for the diagnostic imaging of the head and neck in dogs, cats, and horses. The book provides a multimodality, comparative approach to neuromusculoskeletal, splanchnic, and sense organ imaging. It thoroughly covers the underlying morphology of the head and neckand offers an integrated approach to understanding image interpretation.

Each chapter covers a different area and discusses developmental anatomy, gross anatomy,andimaging anatomy, as well as the physical limitations of different modalities and functional imaging. Commonly encountered diseases arecovered at length.

Veterinary Head and Neck Imagingincludes all relevant information from each modality and discusses multi-modality approaches. The book also includes:
* A thorough introduction to the principles of veterinary head and neck imaging, including imaging technology, interpretation principles, and the anatomic organization of the head and neck
* Comprehensive explorations of musculoskeletal system and intervertebral disk imaging, including discussions ofdegenerative diseases, inflammation, and diskospondylitis
* Practical discussions of brain, spinal cord, and cerebrospinal fluid and meninges imaging, including discussions oftrauma, vascular, and neoplastic diseases
* In-depth treatments of peripheral nerve, arterial, venous and lymphatic, respiratory, and digestive system imaging

Veterinary Head and NeckImagingis a must-have resource for veterinary imaging specialists and veterinary neurologists, as well as forgeneral veterinary practitioners with a particular interest in head and neck imaging.

The author

Peter V. Scrivani, DVM, DACVR, is Associate Professor of Veterinary Imaging at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine in Ithaca, New York, USA.