Nov
15
2012
What's Next

Ultrasound has become an invaluable tool in small-animal veterinary practice, yet it can be intimidating for veterinarians and veterinary technicians new to using it. What's Next? A Guide to Veterinary Ultrasound of the Eye, Neck, and Shoulder and Guided Sampling Techniques will give you the knowledge and techniques necessary to confidently perform this diagnostic procedure.

Including 140 ultrasound images, this follow-up to What's That A Beginner's Guide to Veterinary Abdominal Ultrasound covers:

  • Scanning of the eye, neck, and shoulder
  • How to construct a "phantom" to become confident in sampling techniques
  • Obtaining tissue samples
  • The pursuit of migrating foreign bodies with ultrasound

Author Tomas W. Baker brings back his engaging writing style for this book—a must-have for any veterinary professional looking to improve ultrasound scanning technique and confidence. Find it at the online bookstore.

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