Case Studies in Diagnostic Imaging
World Small Animal Veterinary Association World Congress Proceedings, 2007
John S. Mattoon, DVM, DACVR
Associate Professor, Radiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, Washington State University
Pullman, WA, USA

Case 1

Phaedrus, 4-year-old Airedale with a right fore limb lameness. Right shoulder radiographs are available for your review.

 What are your radiographic findings?

 Radiographic diagnosis?

 What would you do next?

Case 2

Rosie, 9-year-old Labrador retriever with lethargy and recurrent urinary tract infection. Unable to collect cystocentesis, so off to ultrasound for assistance.

 What are your radiographic findings?

 Radiographic diagnosis?

 What would you do next?

Case 3

 Fiddich, 5-year-old bearded Collie with a distended abdomen and vomiting for 24 hours. Abdominal radiographs are available for your review.

 What are your radiographic findings?

 Radiographic diagnosis?

 What would you do next?

Case 4

Boris, a 10-year-old Welsh terrier presents for sneezing and bloody nasal discharge.

 What are your radiographic findings?

 Radiographic diagnosis?

 What would you do next?

Case 5

Bruin, a 7-month-old male German shepherd found hanging on kennel fence. Neurological signs T3-L3.

 What are your radiographic findings?

 Radiographic diagnosis?

 What would you do next?

Case 6

Sable, a 5-month-old neutered female mixes breed dog presented for regurgitation/vomiting. Thoracic radiographs are available for your review.

 What are your radiographic findings?

 Radiographic diagnosis?

 What would you do next?

Case 7

Buster, a 7-year-old Bichon Frise who fell down the stairs; abdominal pain.

 What are your radiographic findings?

 Radiographic diagnosis?

 What would you do next?

Case 8

Blaze, an 8-year-old Dalmatian presented with hematuria. Abdominal radiographs are available for your review.

 What are your radiographic findings?

 Radiographic diagnosis?

 What would you do next?

Case 9

Toby, a middle-age male neutered dog with dysuria.

 What are your radiographic findings?

 Radiographic diagnosis?

 What would you do next?

Case 10

Benjamin, a 2-year-old dog with respiratory distress immediately following total hip replacement surgery.

 What are your radiographic findings?

 Radiographic diagnosis?

 What would you do next?

Case 11

Boss Hog, a 12-year-old neutered male cat presented with dyspnea.

 What are your radiographic findings?

 Radiographic diagnosis?

 What would you do next?

Speaker Information
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John S. Mattoon, DVM, DACVR
Washington State University
WA, USA


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