Rabbit Diagnostic Imaging - When to Use and How Useful Is It?

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Category: Exotics Club
Published on: 29.11.2016


Jenna Richardson BVM&S MRCVS
Senior Clinician in Rabbit & Exotic Animal Medicine & Surgery
The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies

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About The Webinar

Rabbits are commonly presented in both first opinion and referral practice. As a prey species, they often disguise the clinical signs of illness. This means we are heavily reliant on the findings of a thorough clinical examination and results obtained from any indicated diagnostic tests.
In many situations, diagnostic imaging plays a key role in the clinical investigation, to either reach a diagnosis or guide the veterinary surgeon towards the next step in the diagnostic process.
This webinar will explore the modalities of imaging that are practical to perform on rabbits in general practice including ultrasonography, radiography and contrast radiography. We will also look at those methods of imaging available in referral practice, including computed tomography and MRI.

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