Small Animal Radiographic Techniques and Positioning – Susie Ayers
Detailní popis produktu
The book begins with an overview of radiographic technique, darkroom maintenance, digital and film-screen imaging, then offers a section on small animal positioning, including some exotic species positioning techniques, with the final section presenting information on contrast media and special contrast enhanced procedures. A companion website provides the images from the book in PowerPoint and study questions and answers at www.wiley.com/go/ayers. Highly illustrated, Small Animal Radiographic Techniques and Positioning is a complete resource for any veterinary technician or student to quickly find imaging information and improve the clarity of small animal radiographs.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Mary H. (Susie) Ayers, BBA, RT(R) is the senior radiologic technologist at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech, with over 23 years of experience working in veterinary medicine.
“Overall, this book accomplishes its goals in an easy-to-use format. I suspect that an overwhelming majority of veterinary practices could benefit from using this book.” (Journal of The American Veterinary Medical Association, 16 September 2012)
“The author set out to provide a ‘onestop handbook’ and this she has done. It is a nicely presented book, written with a pleasing emphasis on clarity and practicality.” (Veterinary Record, 6 April 2013)
“This is a great tool to keep near the dark room (if you still have one).” (Vet Nurses Today, 1November 2012)
“This is a very useful tool all around. It is definitely a quick reference guide that can be used by both veterinarians and veterinary technicians. It is easy to understand and easy to find what's needed. This is a good addition to the field.” (Doody’s, 24 August 2012)
Small Animal Radiographic Techniques and Positioning companion website features the images from the book in PowerPoint and study questions and answers.
- Provides a one-stop-shop for imaging information
- Presents clinically oriented information on positioning the small animal or exotic patient for clear radiographs and correcting common artifacts
- Offers detailed positioning information, with line drawings showing the anatomy to be imaged and the corresponding radiograph
- Covers dogs, cats, birds, and common exotic animals
- Includes a companion website providing the images from the book in PowerPoint and study questions and answers at wiley.com/go/ayers