By Donald E. Thrall DVM PhD DACVR, Ian D. Robertson BVSc DACVR
Equip your self to make actual diagnoses and accomplish winning remedy results with this hugely visible complete atlas. that includes a considerable variety of new excessive distinction photographs, Atlas of ordinary Radiographic Anatomy and Anatomic variations within the puppy and Cat, second version provides an in-depth examine either general and non-standard matters besides demonstrations of right strategy and photograph interpretations. specialist authors Donald E. Thrall and Ian D. Robertson describe a much broader diversity of "normal" in comparison to competing books — not just displaying ordinary canine and cats, but in addition non-standard matters reminiscent of obese and underweight pets and animals with breed-specific diversifications. everyone half is positioned into context with a textual description to aid clarify why a constitution seems to be because it does in radiographs, and permitting practitioners to understand adaptations of standard that aren't incorporated, in keeping with an knowing of simple radiographic principles.
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Transverse CT image at the level of the rostral aspect of the carnassial teeth of a cat. The slice is at right angles to the hard palate. The white arrow is a root of the left fourth upper premolar (tooth 208, using the modified Triadan system). Note the close association of the root with the orbit, the cavity in which the globe resides. Figure 2-6. Transverse CT image at the level of the rostral aspect of the carnassial teeth of a dog. The hollow black arrow is the palatal surface; the hollow white arrow is the vestibular (buccal, labial) surface of the left fourth upper premolar (tooth 208, using the modified Triadan system).
In C, the solid white arrowhead is the ventral border of the left tympanic bulla, and the solid black arrowhead is the right stylohyoid bone, which is positioned slightly more rostral than the left stylohyoid bone. B C 35 36 Atlas of Normal Radiographic Anatomy and Anatomic Variants in the Dog and Cat Lateral aspect of vertical ramus of mandible Zygomatic process of temporal bone * Figure 2-23. Lateral radiograph of a 6-month-old mixed breed dog. Hollow black arrows outline the symphysis between the temporal process of the zygomatic bone and the zygomatic process of the temporal bone.
Figure 2-39. Intraoral radiograph of the rostral mandible of an 8-month-old mixed breed dog. Radiographic film in a thin vinyl cassette containing standard intensifying screens was placed diagonally in the mouth and a ventrodorsal image acquired. This eliminates superimposition of the maxilla on the mandible. The hollow black arrow is the mandibular symphysis. This persists as a fibrous union throughout life, and a radiolucent zone at the symphysis is normal. 44 Atlas of Normal Radiographic Anatomy and Anatomic Variants in the Dog and Cat A B Figure 2-40.