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At IMV imaging we are passionate about keeping ourselves and our customers up to date with developments in the field of veterinary diagnostic imaging. Keeping abreast of the latest scientific research and critiquing studies in order to practice the best evidence-based medicine can be difficult. The good news is that we’ve done the hard work for you! At our monthly Journal Clubs we identify recent publications or develop clinically relevant questions, perform extensive literature searches, critically appraise all relevant research, and present and discuss the pertinent findings in our concise summary articles.
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Using sensitivity and negative predictive values, how adequate is radiography in detecting or ruling out acute spinal osseous lesions in canine trauma patients when compared to CT, and what is the interobserver variability of the results of the radiographic assessment of the spine in these patients?
In 2019 the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) produced a consensus statement on the diagnosis and management of myxomatous mitral valve disease (MMVD) in dogs. This month’s Journal Club assesses the literature associated with Vertebral Left Atrial Score (VLAS) measurement.
The aim of this cross-sectional (observational) study was “to determine useful texture parameters for discrimination of four specific lung patterns and develop a predictive model that distinguishes the lung patterns based on the selected parameters.
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