By Joe P. Morgan, Pim Wolvekamp
The utterly revised moment version of this complete Atlas describes and explains the makes use of of diagnostic radiology and gives distinct directions on how top to use this method to the analysis of traumatized canine and cats, together with a number emergency circumstances. the focus of the revised thought is the descriptive presentation of medical circumstances. Veterinary practitioners will locate plentiful fabric within the Atlas so that it will aid to enhance or increase their scientific or technical talents.
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The pneumothorax decreased and the right lung re-inflated. The pneumomediastinum was still evident and the chest wall injury remained unchanged. A chest tube remained in position on the left side. Treatment/Management: The pneumothorax recurred following removal of the thoracic tube on day 4, thereby delaying recovery. The appearance of the lungs and the extensive pneumothorax suggested little functional lung tissue at the time of the first study. The radiographic appearance is a warning that the lung injury was more severe than normally seen with the usual blunt trauma.
Radiographic diagnosis (referral radiographs): Referral radiographs showed a massive pneumothorax with extensive separation of the cardiac silhouette away from the sternum. The lung lobes on the right and the cranial lobe on the left showed pulmonary contusion. Rib fractures were present on the left. A pneumoperitoneum was suspected. The status of the diaphragm was uncertain, especially in the region of the esophageal hiatus. Metallic shotgun pellets were noted, but were thought to be incidental.
Radiographic procedure: Lateral views of the whole body were made. Radiographic diagnosis (day 1, whole body, lateral view): A large soft tissue mass lay ventral to the xiphoid process on the right side. It contained air-filled bowel loops plus disseminated air indicative of subcutaneous emphysema. The abdominal wall and ventral liver border could not be identified suggesting the presence of peritoneal fluid. Adjacent to the diaphragm was an area of increased fluid density within the dorsal part of the caudal lung lobes possibly due to either a pulmonary lesion such as hemorrhage or even a lesion affecting the gastroesophageal junction.
An Atlas of Radiology of the Traumatized Dog and Cat: The case-based approach by Joe P. Morgan, Pim Wolvekamp