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modality in veterinary medicine but is becoming increasingly available in teaching hospitals and private practices. Thus, baseline values established by examination of clinically normal alpacas will serve as a resource for veterinarians when evaluating CT

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Introduction Equine workers such as veterinarians, technicians or technologists, assistants, students, and staff involved in diagnostic radiographic procedures may be exposed to high levels of scattered radiation due to factors inherent to the

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were used to evaluate the effects of sedation on gastrointestinal motility. Rabbits of any age, sex, breed, or body weight were eligible, provided they were deemed healthy on physical examination by an exotic animal specialty veterinarian (JEG and SEK

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through the use of an installed software program h by a veterinarian who was a fourth-year PhD student (SP) and a veterinarian with 2 years of radiology experience (J-WJ). A window width of 400 HU and window level of 100 HU were used for image review

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. Radiographic measurements for each bird were obtained by 3 of 4 observers (KMTW, ALD, SPK, and LABA), all of whom are veterinarians and were trained by and obtained measurements under the supervision of a board-certified avian specialist who had experience with

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veterinarian (CMHK) for evaluation of health status and to identify any external abnormalities that deformed the body contour. Body weight measurement was recorded for each animal. For CT, the bearded dragons were awake, and no sedative or anesthetic drugs

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Veterinarians should observe patients to identify such signs and determine whether animals have been overhydrated. However, clinical signs of early stages of overhydration (eg, shivering and cough) may be similar to signs of other diseases. Therefore, CVP

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dogs. The reference values and data ranges reported in the present study may be compared with those for abnormal SLNs and provide objective variables for veterinarians interpreting thoracic CT images. The SLN imaging characteristics described here

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the diaphragm and stomach, cranial displacement of the pylorus, a gastric axis that appears vertically or cranially angled, and cranial deviation of the cranial duodenal flexure, right kidney, and transverse colon. 8 However, veterinarians considering

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Veterinariae degree. The authors declare that there were no conflicts of interest. Presented in abstract form at the 14th Annual Conference of the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians, New Orleans, April 2007; the 17th Annual Conference of

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