By Judith A. Hudson
Symptoms for radiography... strategies for higher radiographs... general anatomy... irregular opacities... roentgen indicators of stomach masses... lay-flat binding for useful use within the sanatorium.
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Colon pushed dorsally B) Asymmetric enlargement Lateral View ✓ Urinary bladder is pushed cranio-ventrally or cranio-dorsally. Tip! An enlarged prostate can mimic the urinary bladder if the urinary bladder is empty (Figure 4-17). ✓ Both the prostate and urinary bladder are caudoventral structures. Uterine Masses ♥ The uterus diameter must be greater than that of the small intestine for the uterus to be recognized. com A Figure 4-16 Radiographs of an 11-year old male Basset Hound with an enlarged prostate gland secondary to prostatic abscess.
Pleural effusion is present causing retraction of the edges of the lung lobes (black arrows). B. Lateral view of the abdomen of a dog with a diaphragmatic hernia shows displacement of the stomach. Air is present in the lumen of the stomach. C. Barium contrast aids in identification of the stomach. com 33 Celiography Inject 350 to 400 milligrams/kilograms of sterile organic iodide solution into the peritoneal cavity (Figure 3-10) ✓ Inject the iodide solution with the animal in dorsal recumbency at the level of the umbilicus.
Gastric fundus may be indented. B) Body/distal extremity ✓ Ventral or midabdominal mass (Figure 4-9) Lateral View ✓ Mass caudal to the stomach located ventrally or midway between the spine and abdominal floor. ✓ The small intestine is pushed dorsally and cranially and/or caudally. Ventrodorsal View ✓ The small intestine is pushed either to the left or right depending on the size of the spleen and location of the mass. Small masses will not be radiographically apparent. Splenic masses are the most common midabdominal or ventral midabdominal masses.
Abdominal radiology for the small animal practitioner by Judith A. Hudson