Avian radiology: taking and interpreting avian radiographs

Doneley, Bob (2014). Avian radiology: taking and interpreting avian radiographs. In: 2014 AVA Annual Conference. Proceedings. AVA 2014: Australian Veterinary Association National Annual Conference 2014, Perth, WA, Australia, (H.1.6.1-H.1.6.7). 25-30 May 2014.

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Author Doneley, Bob
Title of paper Avian radiology: taking and interpreting avian radiographs
Conference name AVA 2014: Australian Veterinary Association National Annual Conference 2014
Conference location Perth, WA, Australia
Conference dates 25-30 May 2014
Convener Sally Coglan
Proceedings title 2014 AVA Annual Conference. Proceedings
Journal name Proceedings of the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) Annual Conferences
Place of Publication St Leonards, NSW, Australia
Publisher Australian Veterinary Association
Publication Year 2014
Sub-type Fully published paper
Open Access Status
Start page H.1.6.1
End page H.1.6.7
Total pages 7
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary
Radiology is a valuable diagnostic tool in avian medicine, but is surprisingly under-utilised. This may reflect the clinician’s ‘comfort level’ with avian radiology - a lack of training and experience, the apparent difficulty in obtaining good quality images, and a reluctance to use radiography in such a small patient. The advent of digital radiography may go a long way towards overcoming these problems but the basic principle – do it right the first time – is as true in birds as it is in other species.
Keyword Radiologic imaging
Avian
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes Presented as "Avian radiology: How to take and interpret avian radiographs".

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