This is not an acceptable thoracic view: the obliquity is too much, and most of the lung is superimposed on the thoracic vertebral column and is impossible to evaluate. When […]
The cardiac silhouette of the patient seems enlarged. Is that so?
What does the radiopacity of a structure depend on?
In this view, one nipple is superimposed on the liver. Why is it so opaque?
In this breed, the cardiac silhouette is usually quite rounded on the sagittal image.
There is some spondylosis at T 5-6. It is a common finding in an aged patient. It is often unclear if these changes are clinically significant.
There is a mild rotation in this projection, sorry!
On the VD view, the sixth intercostal space left side, there is a nodular-like structure. It has been considered the mineralized end of the rib. How can I be sure […]
The arrow points to gas in the oesophagus. The caudal tips of the lungs are missing in the image. In large dogs, two images of the lateral views are needed […]
There are some spondylosis at T 5-6. It is a common finding in an aged patient. It is often unclear if these changes are clinically significant.