vet-Anatomy

Atlas of anatomy on x-ray images of the dog

Authors

Antoine Micheau - MD , Denis Hoa - MD , Susanne AEB Borofka - PhD - dipl. ECVDI

Published on

Wednesday 12 June 2019

Section

Dog

Anatomical parts

Atlas of anatomy on x-ray images of the dog

This module of vet-Anatomy is a basic atlas of normal imaging anatomy of the dog on radiographs. 51 sampled x-ray images of healthy dogs performed by Susanne AEB Borofka (PhD - dipl. ECVDI, Utrecht, Netherland) were categorized topographically into seven chapters (head, vertebral column, thoracic limb, pelvic limb, larynx/pharynx, thorax and abdomen/pelvis).

648 differentiated anatomical terms were labelled by Antoine Micheau (MD, Montpellier, France), using different colors to improve the survey and the identification of searched structures on each radiograph.

Terms were labelled using the Latin terms defined in the Nomina Anatomica Veterinaria (fifth edition - 2012 by ICVGAN). They were translated into English and French by Antoine Micheau - MD, Imaios

 

vet-Anatomy: Dog - Osteology  (Radiographs) - Head - Latero-lateral

vet-Anatomy: Dog - Osteology (Radiographs) - Head - Latero-lateral

 

Lumbosacral vertebral junction - Belgian Shepherd - 25 months - Latero-lateral

Lumbosacral vertebral junction - Belgian Shepherd - 25 months - Latero-lateral

 

Manus/Carpus/Metacarpus/Fingers of hand - Dorso-palmar (Radiograph - Labrador - 3 years)

Manus/Carpus/Metacarpus/Fingers of hand - Dorso-palmar (Radiograph - Labrador - 3 years)

 

Golden retriever - 13 months - X-ray: Pelvis, Bones of pelvic limb

Golden retriever - 13 months - X-ray: Pelvis, Bones of pelvic limb

 

Thorax - Radiograph (Dog: German shepherd - 3 years)

Thorax - Radiograph (Dog: German shepherd - 3 years)