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Course Notes: Diagnostic Ultrasound I 2006

Diagnostic Ultrasound I 2006

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ABDOMINAL MASSES AND NODULES

1. Evaluation of Focused Assessment
2. Diagnoses of Pneumoperitoneum
3. Medial Iliac Lymph Nodes in the Dog
4. Canine Abdominal Malignant Histiocytosis
5. Histiocytic Neoplasms in the Canine Abdomen
6. Retroperitoneal Sarcomas in Dogs
7. Transverse Small Intestine Sonograms
8. Abdominal Mast Cell Disease

ADRENALS

1. Adrenal Lesions in Dogs
2. Characteristics of Both Adrenal Glands in Dogs
3. Canine Pheochromocytoma

GENITAL TRACT

1. Ovarian Tumors in Dogs
2. Abnormal Pregnancy
3. The Prostate In Healthy Intact Dogs

GIT

1. The Prostate In Healthy Intact Dogs
2. Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Cats
3. Small Bowel Thickness Compared to Weight in Normal Dogs
4. Gastrointestinal Smooth Muscle Tumors in the Dog
5. Ingested Foreign Bodies in Dogs
6. Differentiating Enteritis from Intestinal Neoplasia in Dogs
7. Transverse Small Intestine Sonograms
8. Dogs and Cats with Gastrointestinal Perforation
9. Uremic Gastropathy in Dogs
10. Corrugated Small Intestine
11. Intestinal Adenocarcinoma in Dogs
12. Canine Gastric Epithelial Neoplasia
13. Alimentary Lymphosarcoma in the Cat
14. Canine Gastric Adenocarcinoma and Leiomyosarcoma


HEPATOBILIARY

1. Hepatic Diseases in Cats
2. Gallbladder Mucocele in Dogs
3. Biliary Cystadenomas in Cats

LYMPH NODES

1. Abdominal Lymph Nodes in the Dog
2. he Portal System in Dogs
3. Abdominal Blood Vessels and Juxtavascular Organs

PANCREAS

1. Exocrine Pancreatic Carcinoma in the Dog and Cat
2. Pancreatic Duct Dilation in Cats
3. Age-related Changes in the Normal Feline Pancreas
4. The Normal Feline Pancreas and Associated Anatomic Landmarks
5. Abnormalities in dogs with Fatal Acute Pancreatitis
6. Exocrine Pancreatic Neoplasia in the Cat

SPLEEN

1. Traumatic Splenic Hematoma
2. Canine Splenic Torsion
3. Splenic Disease in Cats

URINARY TRACT

1. Ectopic Ureter in Dogs
2. Needle Tract Implantation
3. Polypoid Cystitis in Dogs
4. Medullary Rim Sign in Dogs
5. Emphysematous Cystitis in Female Dogs
6. The Urinary Tract in Small Animals

ADDITIONAL CASES

1.Case: Cat Djamba
2.Case: Dog Kira







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