By Erik Wisner, Allison Zwingenberger
Atlas of Small Animal CT & MRI is a hugely illustrated diagnostic imaging consultant to universal scientific issues of canine and cats.
- Contains over 3,000 top of the range CT, MRI and comparable diagnostic images
- Offers a special strategy emphasizing comparative imaging and pathologic correlation
- Focuses on very important imaging gains suitable to imaging prognosis of illness in canine and cats
- Written by means of the world over well known specialists within the field
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The mass is heterogeneous but T1 hypointense and moderately T2 hyperintense. There is irregular peripheral contrast enhancement (c: small arrows) and adjacent meningeal enhancement (c–e: large arrow). Similar signal changes are noted in the right tympanic bulla but are confined within the bulla cavity. Pronounced left‐sided temporal, masseter, and pterygoid muscle atrophy is also evident. Biopsy revealed neutrophilic inflammatory response with abundant keratin‐like debris consistent with cholesteatoma.
The cat had a previous enucleation that is unrelated to the current presenting complaint. The transverse images are comparable unenhanced and contrast‐enhanced images. The two images reformatted in the sagittal plane are oriented in the same direction for easier comparison. In both images, rostral is to the left and caudal is to the right. A heterogenously contrast‐enhancing mass is evident surrounding the body of the mandible on the left (b: arrowhead). The left temporomandibular joint is subluxated as a result of extraarticular encroachment by the mass (c: arrow).
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Atlas of Small Animal CT and MRI by Erik Wisner, Allison Zwingenberger