Avian Radiology: Basic Principles, Reference Values & Clinical Cases

Save the Date for a continuing education webinar presented by Minh Huynh, DVM, MRCVS, DECZM (Avian), DAZCM. Avian radiography is an invaluable tool to assess internal disorders and to screen for subclinical disease in birds. Coelomic organs can be examined for cardiorespiratory, digestive, or urogenital disease. Radiographs also extremely useful to diagnose appendicular skeleton lesions, especially in case of trauma. Proper positioning is crucial for accurate interpretation and general anesthesia or sedation is usually recommended for optimal image acquisition. Standard and non-standard views as well as indications and limitations of radiography will be discussed. This presentation will also explore . . .


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Huynh M. Avian radiology: Basic principles, reference values and clinical cases. Jan 25, 2022. LafeberVet web site. Available at https://lafeber.com/vet/avian-radiology-webinar/