Does it drive you crazy how you’ll sometimes look at an X-ray image and you don’t see anything significant, but then you send it to a radiologist and they come up with a long list of important things!? How do they do it?! Well, a lot of it is practice, but here’s a secret – a lot of it is also just good technique. And these are techniques you can easily apply in your practice to take great images and interpret them like the pros.
We did a series on tips for rads of the acute abdomen over on the Vet Vault Clinical, but rather than tell us which abnormalities to look for, our guest radiologist, Dr Steve Joslyn, started off by telling us HOW to look, and how to make sure you great images. Enjoy!
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