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- Rozanski, Elizabeth A., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Veterinary radiology & ultrasound 2015 v.56 no.3 pp. 264-271
- bronchitis; computed tomography; cough; dogs; exercise; patients; prediction; pulmonary artery; radiology; tachypnea; veterinary medicine
- ... Computed tomography is increasingly being used in veterinary medicine to evaluate animals with pulmonary signs such as coughing, tachypnea, and exercise intolerance, however, a quantitative measure of bronchial wall thickening has yet to be validated in veterinary medicine. Canine chronic bronchitis is a disease that is characterized histologically by thickening of the bronchial walls. Thoracic CT ...
- ROZANSKI, ELIZABETH A., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Veterinary radiology & ultrasound 2006 v.47 no.5 pp. 470-473
- Golden Retriever; puppies; respiratory tract diseases; computed tomography
- ... A young Golden Retriever dog developed severe respiratory distress following an initial clinical diagnosis of infectious tracheobronchitis. Severe expiratory flow limitation, associated with exertional respiratory distress and hypoxemia was present. Thoracic images obtained with conventional radiography were characterized by hyperinflation and abnormal bronchial and alveolar patterns. Computed tom ...