When Thoracic X-Rays Are Not Enough
This lecture has been RACE Approved for 0.5 CE hour of continuing education credit for veterinarians.
Thoracic radiographs are typically the first line of defense for diagnosing the cause of cough or respiratory distress in domestic species. Information obtained from radiographs can; however, be limited by radiographic technique, patient compliance, and the nature of the underlying disease. This session will use multiple real-life cases to work through additional diagnostic imaging modalities that can be considered when working up a respiratory patient.