CT Cases Seen

Veterinary CT Scanning

CT is the modality of choice in imaging the thorax and abdomen and is indicated in the following:

Head

  • Maxillofacial and oral neoplasia
  • Nasal diseaseMiddle and inner ear disease
  • TraumaSalivary gland disease
Head CT
Large bony cranial mass
Head CT
Multi lobular bone tumour &
osteolysis of the right mandible

 

Thorax

  • Metastatic screening
  • Lung parenchymal and pleural disease
  • Vascular abnormalities
  • Trauma

Abdomen

  • Neoplasia
  • Trauma
  • Vascular abnormailities
  • Imaging individual organs including the liver, spleen,
  • urinogenital system, pancreas and adrenal glands
Abdomen CT
Coronal image of abdomen
after intravenous contrast administration
showing splenic mass and prostatic hyperplasia.

 


Orthopaedic

  •       Elbow dysplasia
  •       Fragmented coronoid process
  •       Humeral intracondylar fissure (incomplete ossification of the humeral condyle - IOHC)
  •       Osteochondrosis dissecans
  •       Patella luxation
  •       Angular limb deformity
  •       Complex fracture planning
CT
Section through the elbow joint
showing a humeral intracondylar fissure
(incomplete ossification of the humeral condyle).

       

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