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Abdominal Radiographs

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Megan Brashear, CVT, VTS(ECC), demonstrates proper positioning and anatomical landmarks for abdominal radiographs in a dog. Staff radiologist Alan Lipman explains proper positioning and technique. 

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Megan Brashear

CVT VTS(ECC)

Enrolled: 07/2011

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Alan Lipman

DVM DACVR

Enrolled: 08/2011

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Kim Wicks's picture

I would encourage eye ware on the list of personal protection items to be used too.

Suellen Kelly's picture

We like how each limb or area has been split up so as to follow without too much information at once. Thanks

MOSTAFA EL GAMAL's picture

I prefer to take the abdominal xray when the center of the graph is on the last rib in the small and midsize dogs, and 3' back to the last rib in the large dogs