Why a single thoracic radiograph is a not diagnostic study?

Why a single thoracic radiograph is a not diagnostic study? This video shows why a single radiographic thoracic image in a dog can be misleading. At least two orthogonal views are necessary to check all the thorax; better if the third projection is available. Join in!

Gastric dilatation or gastric volvulus in this dog?

Gastric dilatation or gastric volvulus in this dog? In this video, you will learn a little trick to differentiate abdominal radiographs, a gastric dilatation, from a gastric volvulus. Remember: check all the structures visible on the radiographs. Join in!

Chronic enteritis or other causes for vomiting in this cat?

Chronic enteritis or other causes for vomiting in this cat? In this video, you will learn that every part of an abdominal radiograph of a cat must be carefully evaluated. Sometimes the most relevant lesions are at the periphery. Join in!

Pneumonia or a trauma in this cat?

Pneumonia or a trauma in this cat? In this video, you will learn how thoracic radiographs of young kittens can be challenging. A systematic approach helps to define the cause of the changes, especially if multiple lesions are present. Join in!

Arthritis or neoplasia in this dog?

Arthritis or neoplasia in this dog? In this video, you will learn how to differentiate arthrosis from neoplasia in a lame old dog on front limb radiographs. Join in!

Abscess or neoplasia in this cat?

Abscess or neoplasia in this cat? In this video, you will learn that a caved lung lesion should be considered to have a neoplastic origin on an aged cat thoracic radiograph. Join in!

Neoplasia or osteomyelitis in this dog?

Neoplasia or osteomyelitis in this dog? In this video, you will learn how to recognise a primary bone tumour in the distal radius on the radiographs of a dog. Join in!

Why is there respiratory noise in this dog?

Why is there respiratory noise in this dog? In this video, you will learn how the radiographs of the laryngeal region of a dog can help define if a mass is extraparietal, intramural or endoluminal. Join in!

Endoluminal, intraparietal or extraparietal?

Endoluminal, intraparietal or extraparietal? In this video, you will learn how to differentiate on laryngeal radiographs of dogs and cats if a mass is extraparietal, intramural or endoluminal. Join in!

Osteomyelitis or tumor or arthrosis in this dog?

Osteomyelitis or tumor or arthrosis in this dog? This video shows that it could be challenging to differentiate severe chronic arthrosis from osteomyelitis or articular neoplasia in the radiographs of the digit of a dog, but some rules can help! Join in!

Pneumonia or lung edema in this dog?

Pneumonia or lung edema in this dog? This video shows how to differentiate on radiographs pneumonia from lung edema in a puppy nearly drowning. Join in!

In this dog gastritis or gastric FB? Part 2

In this dog gastritis or gastric FB? Part 2 In this video, you will learn what to do if you have an esophageal foreign body on the radiographs of a dog that could continue with a gastric foreign body. Join in!

In this dog gastritis or gastric FB part 1

In this dog gastritis or gastric FB? Part 1 In this video, you will learn how difficult it is to recognise a gastric foreign body on the radiographs of a dog when the stomach is full. Remember always to check all the parts of the images! Join in!