I love teaching and learning about veterinary medicine, so when I find another website with the same theme, you can bet I want to share it!
The website I want to share is VeterinaryRadiology.net. It’s run by Allison Zwingenberger DVM DACVR DECVDI (enough initials for ya?!) in Davis, CA.
You simply can’t ask for a better website in terms of learning about veterinary radiology. She generally posts a new case each week (pretty much all small animal), gives you some time to mull it over, then she posts the answers later in the week or the following week. The images range from standard survey films to CT and MRI images.
I love this opportunity to test my skills and learn, and I encourage all Learning Vet readers to join the discussion! Considering I missed a GI perforation on survey films of a ferret I radiographed earlier today (thank goodness we have a radiologist review our films, and extra-thank goodness she took a look at them today), I know I am always needing help interpreting films. Hmm, perhaps I should forward the films to Dr. Zwingenberger and see if she’d like to post them??
Has a radiologist’s review saved your butt? What was the case? Do share!