By Joe P. Morgan, Pim Wolvekamp
The utterly revised moment variation of this accomplished Atlas describes and explains the makes use of of diagnostic radiology and gives certain directions on how top to use this system to the analysis of traumatized canine and cats, together with a variety of emergency situations. the main target of the revised notion is the descriptive presentation of scientific circumstances. Veterinary practitioners will locate plentiful fabric within the Atlas so that it will support to enhance or enhance their scientific or technical abilities.
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The right lung lobes had only a minimal increase in fluid density from the passive atelectasis caused by the pneumothorax (white arrows). The collapse of the left lobes and severe injury to the chest wall probably resulted in the pleural air shifting into the right hemithorax. The left lung collapse had resulted in a minimal mediastinal shift to the left. The cranial mediastinum was widened at the level of the first ribs suggesting a hemomediastinum (black arrows). No pleural fluid could be identified, although it was difficult to make any judgment of possible flu- Comments: A pneumothorax on the side opposite to the trauma is not very common and indicates the presence of a fenestrated mediastinum.
The cardiac silhouette was shifted to the right and the left hemidiaphragm was shifted caudally to permit compensatory hyperinflation of the left lung. Pneumothorax was difficult to detect because of the shadows 23 caused by the subcutaneous air and the bandage around the thorax. The diaphragm was intact. Treatment/Management: The dog was treated with cage rest and radiographs made three days later showed a decrease in the subcutaneous emphysema. Collapse of the right middle lung lobe remained.
Treatment/Management: The fracture plus identification of the single pellet indicated a gunshot wound resulting from a high-pressure airgun. “Blimp” recovered and returned to his life of leisure. Comments: The cat’s obesity had resulted in the deposition of fat adjacent to the parietal pleura making the detection of minimal pleural fluid impossible. Lack of inspiration in this obese patient made determination of the severity of lung injury impossible. 7 2 Signalment/History: “Grenigo” was a 2-year-old, male DLH cat who had been hit by a car 12 hours earlier.
An Atlas of Radiology of the Traumatized Dog and Cat: The case-based approach by Joe P. Morgan, Pim Wolvekamp