By Judith A. Hudson
Symptoms for radiography... options for larger radiographs... basic anatomy... irregular opacities... roentgen indicators of belly masses... lay-flat binding for sensible use within the health facility.
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Ventro-dorsal view (Figure 4-3B) ✓ The gastric body and pyloric antrum will be pushed caudally. A Figure 4-1 Radiograph of a dog with a fluid-filled stomach secondary to a foreign body (F) at the pylorus. Arrows indicate the caudal margins of the stomach. PA: pyloric antrum; G:gas bubble in the stomach; UB: urinary bladder; LK: left kidney. A. Lateral view. B. Ventrodorsal view. B A Figure 4-2 Gastric lymphosarcoma in a cat. Arrows indicate the caudal margin of the stomach. A. Lateral view. B. Ventrodorsal view.
Com ✓ The normal gastric axis will be pushed dorso-caudally. ✓ Ventral liver margins may be rounded. ✓ The pyloric antrum will be located more dorsal and caudal. Ventro-dorsal view (Figure 4-3B) ✓ The gastric body and pyloric antrum will be pushed caudally. A Figure 4-1 Radiograph of a dog with a fluid-filled stomach secondary to a foreign body (F) at the pylorus. Arrows indicate the caudal margins of the stomach. PA: pyloric antrum; G:gas bubble in the stomach; UB: urinary bladder; LK: left kidney.
Ventrodorsal view shows the adrenal mass cranio-medially to the left kidney. F:fundus: white arrows, left kidney; black arrows, adrenal mass. com 49 Figure 4-8 A. Lateral view of the abdomen of a dog with splenic torsion without gastric torsion. B. Lateral view of the abdomen of a dog with splenic torsion and gastric torsion after decompression of the stomach. A B A Figure 4-9 A 12-year old intact female Chow Chow with a large splenic mass (M). The small intestines (arrows) are pushed cranially, dorsally, and caudally.
Abdominal radiology for the small animal practitioner by Judith A. Hudson