Veterinary Oral Diagnostic Imaging

Veterinary Oral Diagnostic Imaging

By Brenda L. Mulherin

Veterinary Oral Diagnostic Imaging PDF offers veterinary clinicians a complete guide to using diagnostic imaging for common dentistry and oral surgery procedures in a veterinary practice. It provides guidance on positioning, techniques, and interpreting diagnostic images in the oral cavity, with more than 600 high-quality dental diagnostic images showing both normal anatomy and pathology for comparison. Focusing on dental radiography in dogs, cats, exotic pets, zoological animals, and horses, the book also includes advanced modalities such as MRI, CT, and cone beam CT.

  • History, physiology, and indications for diagnostic imaging of the oral cavity, with information on the history of diagnostic imaging and radiographic image creation
  • Digital dental radiographic positioning and image labeling, covering the parallel technique, bisecting angle, radiographic positioning errors, and labial mounting
  • Interpretation of anatomy, covering normal radiographic anatomy, dentition and tooth numbers, deciduous and permanent teeth of canine and feline patients, eruption patterns and common and uncommon radiographic pathology observed in these animals
  • Standard imaging, radiographic anatomy, and interpretation of equine patients, as well as exotic pocket pets and zoological animals
Table of Contents
  1. History, Physiology, Modality Options, and Safety for Diagnostic Imaging of the Oral Cavity
  2. Digital Dental Radiographic Positioning and Image Labeling
  3. Interpretation of Normal Radiographic Anatomy
  4. Interpretation of Common Oral Pathology in the Canine Patient
  5. Interpretation of Common Oral Pathology in the Feline Patient
  6. Oral Surgery: Neoplasia and Cystic Conditions
  7. Interpretation of Unique Pathology in the Canine and Feline Patient
  8. Diagnostic Imaging of Exotic Pet Mammals and Zoo Animals
  9. Diagnostic Imaging and Interpretation of the Equine Patient
  10. Advanced Imaging of the Veterinary Patient
  11. Conclusions on the clinical indication for use of CBCT versus

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