Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound

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Edited By: Jeryl C. Jones, Clemson University

Impact Factor: 0.926

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 64/138 (Veterinary Sciences)

Online ISSN: 1740-8261

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COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY MYELOGRAPHIC FINDINGS IN DOGS WITH CERVICAL SPONDYLOMYELOPATHY

MRI FEATURES OF CERVICAL ARTICULAR PROCESS DEGENERATIVE JOINT DISEASE IN GREAT DANE DOGS WITH CERVICAL SPODYLOMYELOPATHY

COMPARISON BETWEEN CLINICAL, ULTRASOUND, CT, MRI, AND PATHOLOGY FINDINGS IN DOGS PRESENTED FOR SUSPECTED THYROID CARCINOMA

PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF SERIAL (18) FDG-PET/CT TO ASSESS RESPONSE TO TOCERANIB PHOSPHATE THERAPY IN CANINE CANCER

COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHIC APPEARANCE OF EQUINE SINONASAL NEOPLASIA

DESCRIPTION AND VALIDATION OF A MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING-GUIDED STEREOTATIC BRAIN BIOPSY DEVICE IN THE DOG

THORACIC COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY, ANGIOGRAPHIC COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY AND PATHOLOGY FINDINGS IN SIX CATS EXPERIMENTALLY INFECTED WITH AELUROSTRONGYLUS ABSTRUSUS

SPONDYLOSIS DEFORMANS AND DIFFUSE IDIOPATHIC SKELETAL HYPEROSTOSIS (DISH) RESULTING IN ADJACENT SEGMENT DISEASE

APPLICATION AND MACHINE ACCURACY OF A NEW FRAMELESS COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY-GUIDED STEREOTATIC BRAIN BIOPSY IN DOGS

CANINE MENINGEAL DISEASE: ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING SIGNS AND HISTOLOGIC FINDINGS

IMAGING DIAGNOSIS- MULTICENTRIC LYMPHOMA OF GRANULAR LYMPHOCYTES IMAGED WITH FDG PET/CT IN A DOG

IMAGING DIAGNOSIS NASOFRONTAL SUTURE EXOSTOSIS IN A HORSE

MRI FEATURES OF CNS LYMPHOMA IN DOGS AND CATS

MRI FINDINGS IN 232 HORSES WITH LAMENESS LOCALIZED TO THE METACARPO(TARSO)PHALANGEAL REGION AND WITH A RADIOGRAPHIC DIAGNOSIS

MR-IMAGING OF LUMBOSACRAL INTERVERTEBRAL DISC DEGENERATION IN CLINICALLY SOUND GERMAN SHEPHERD DOGS COMPARED TO OTHER BREEDS

OCCUPATIONAL PER-PATIENT RADIATION DOSE FROM A CONSERVATIVE PROTOCOL FOR VETERINARY 18F-FLUORODEOXYGLUCOSE POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY

THE USE OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING IN EVALUATING HORSES WITH SPINAL ATAXIA

ULTRASOUND-GUIDED CERVICAL CENTESIS TO OBTAIN CEREBROSPINAL FLUID IN THE STANDING HORSE

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