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Advances in imaging technology and radiation therapy have dramatically improved the diagnosis and treatment of serious diseases. Accurate and complete interpretation of your imaging studies is critical to developing an effective treatment plan. An ACVR board-certified radiologist or radiation oncologist can provide the information you need to make informed health care decisions for your patients. See the Directory of Diplomates to find a board-certified radiologist or radiation oncologist near you.
Veterinary Imaging Textbooks
See Amazon Best Sellers - These resources cover the latest veterinary imaging techniques and interpretation principles to help you develop your proficiency in diagnostic imaging. You can improve your skills in radiology, ultrasonography, CT, and MRI. For Nuclear Medicine, the Textbook of Veterinary Nuclear Medicine can provide an instructional aid to those learning the subject as well as to serve as a reference text for those performing routine nuclear medicine studies.
Radiology Case Presentations
See the Case Presentations section. Take advantage of learning from experts in the field! These cases come from the Cases of the Month of the Veterinary Ultrasound Society (VUS), CT/MRI Society, Large Animal Diagnostic Imaging Society (LADIS), and Society of Veterinary Nuclear Medicine (SVNM). In addition there are cases from the ACVR Image Interpretation Sessions presented at our annual meeting and cases from our Radiology Board Certification exam. There is also a link to Dr. Allison Zwingenberger's excellent 'Veterinary Radiology' site for more diagnostic imaging cases.
Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound - Free Virtual Issue: Equine MRI
Virtual issues are online-only issues on a theme that are comprised of previously published content, usually between 10-20 articles. The first virtual issue of Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound is now available. It contains 16 of the most recent papers dealing with Equine MRI, one of the most rapidly growing aspects of veterinary imaging. All of the articles are open access online. See the Journal page for a link to this special issue.