U of M CVM 6101 - Radiographic Anatomy of the Front Limb (7 pages)

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University of Minnesota- Twin Cities
Course:
Cvm 6101 - Normal Radiographic Anatomy

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8 26 2010 CVM 6101 Radiographic Anatomy of the Front Limb CVM 6101 Imaging Anatomy Daniel A A Feeney DVM DVM MS Professor of Veterinary Radiology College of Veterinary Medicine University of Minnesota UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Veterinary Medical Center Veterinary Medical Center CVM 6101 Required Reading CVM 6101 Imaging Anatomy Goals Expectations Identify specific structures or parts thereof Understand why the views projections look as they do Keep in mind that the items listed in the to know lists are from the perspective of practicing radiologists If asked be able to describe what soft tissue muscle tendon ligament vessel structure s attach to pass through or lie in contact with a given osseous anatomic landmark or region UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Veterinary Medical Center Veterinary Medical Center CVM 6101 Imaging Anatomy Approach CVM 6101 Imaging Anatomy Sources of Information Introductory lectures defining the important structures and how they are viewed radiographically Open O session i instructor i proctoredd group laboratory l b exercises wherein actual radiographs of the anatomic structures are viewed and understood Web based self study sets both available on CD and from the web site http www academic server cvm umn edu radiology Anatomy Textbooks Radiographic Anatomy Textbooks General Veterinary Imaging Textbooks U MN Medical Imaging web site http www academicserver cvm umn edu radiology UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Veterinary Medical Center Veterinary Medical Center 1 8 26 2010 Silhouette Sign From Felson Basic Interpretive Considerations Silhouette Sign When two structures of equal radiographic density are in contact it is not possible to differentiate the border between them i e joint capsule obscured by overlying muscle This applies primarily to general radiography and not to Ultrasonography or computer assisted radiography such as Computed Tomography CVM 6101 Imaging Anatomy CVM 6101



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