Equine Scintigraphy

Equine Scintigraphy Pdf

By S.J. Dyson

Equine Scintigraphy PDF. Modern veterinary medicine is confronted in a persistent way by basic sciences and new techniques. Various developments in chemistry, biochemistry and physics allow new diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and force the veterinarian to engage in interdisciplinary problems. Nuclear medicine sets a typical example for these tendencies. The use of radioactive substances in medical diagnosis has gained a high standing because of large clinical experiences, numerous experimental results, advances in physics, radiochemistry and marked improvements of the technical equipment. The development of human nuclear medicine in the last two decades has been amazing.

The aim of Equine Scintigraphy is to substantiate the application of the radioisotope imaging method in the horse by physical, chemical, biochemical, physiological and pharmacological means and to outline its advantages against other imaging methods. It is not a book containing all the information to interpret bone scans in the different regions. Instead, it tries to give the necessary information on how to perform the examination and which possibilities exist for the interpretation process. Examinations can be performed in different ways. Most veterinarians like-to perform scintigraphic examination in the standing horse. This limits the total number of counts that generate the image. Movement of the patient is the limiting factor. Examination in the anaesthetised horse allows the acquisition of large count numbers and images with better resolution and more anatomical detail, but at the cost of the anaesthetic risk.

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Table of Contents

Foreword Gottlieb Ueftschi
Acknowledgements
Preface
Terms and Abbreviations
PART I
CHAPTER 1 Basic principles of equine scintigraphy Adam Driver
CHAPTER 2a Radiopharmacy
CHAPTER 2b Practical radiopharmacy tor equine bone scintigraphy
CHAPTER 3 Basic structure and function of the camera
CHAPTER4 Gamma camera installations
CHAPTER 5 Image acquisition, post processing, display and storage
CHAPTER 6 Patient preparation
CHAPTER: 7 Practical scintigraphic examination of the horse
CHAPTER 8 Orthopaedic imaging
CHAPTER 9 Image description and interpretation in musculoskeletal scintigraphy
CHAPTER: 10 Artefacts and non skeletal uptake encountered in skeletal scintigraphy
CHAPTER 11 Electronic transmission of images
CHAPTER 12 Radiation safety

Figure Layout for Part II 
PART II ATLAS OF NORMAL AND ABNORMAL PATTERNS OF UPTAKE
CHAPTER 1 The European Thoroughbred
CHAPTER 2 The American Thoroughbred
CHAPTER J. The Standardbred
CHAPTER 4 The sports horse
CHAPTIER S. The head
CHAPTIER 6 Nonorthopaedic scintigraphy
CHAPTER 7 Pulmonary scintigraphy
Index

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