Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging, Birds, Exotic Pets and Wildlife

Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging

Birds, Exotic Pets and Wildlife

By Charles S. Farrow, DVM, Professor of Veterinary Medical Imaging, Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskkatchewan, Canada


Section I: Birds

1. Avian Radiography and Radiographic Diagnosis

2. Wild Birds

3. Cage Birds

4. The Wing: Particulars of Flight

5. The Wing: Normal Gross Anatomy

6. The Wing: Radiography and Normal Radiographic Anatomy

7. The Wing: Normal Computed Tomographic Anatomy

8. The Wing: An Overview of Wing Injuries

9. The Wing: Fracture Types and Tendencies

10. The Wing: Fracture Healing and Non-Healing

11. The Wing: Soft Tissue Injuries

12. The Wing: Dislocation, Fracture-Dislocation, Traumatic Amputation and Avulsion

13. The Wing: Gunshots

14. The Wing: Infections

15. The Wing: Post-Traumatic Osteoarthritis

16. Spine, Pelvis and Hips

17. The Leg

18. The Head

19. The Throat and Neck

20. The Torso

Section II: The Mammals

21. Guinea Pigs

22. Hamsters

23. Rats

24. Chinchillas, Dagus and Gophers

25. Hedgehogs

26. Rabbits

27. Ferrets

28. Skunks, Squirrels, Raccoons and Armadillos

29. Monkeys and Other Non-Human Primates

30. Acreage Pets: Alpacas, Llamas, Miniature Horses, Miniature Goats and Pot-Bellied Pigs

31. Performance and Demonstration Pets: Bear and Bison

Section III: The Reptiles

32. Snakes

33. Lizards

34. Turtles

35. Caiman