Mielografia, Beagle, parecia miembros pelvianos. La mielografia aún es un arma de diagnóstico.

Mielografia, Beagle, parecia miembros pelvianos. La mielografia aún es un arma de diagnóstico.

Fractura de ilium. Fracture of ilium.

Fractura de ilium. Fracture of ilium.

Reducción mediante S.O.P. (Orthomed) como fijador externo. Reduction by S.O.P. (Orthomed) as external fixator.

Reducción mediante S.O.P. (Orthomed) como fijador externo. Reduction by S.O.P. (Orthomed) as external fixator.

Reducción mediante S.O.P. (Orthomed) como fijador externo. Reduction by S.O.P. (Orthomed) as external fixator.

Reducción mediante S.O.P. (Orthomed) como fijador externo. Reduction by S.O.P. (Orthomed) as external fixator.

Fractura de radio y cubito bilateral en gato.Fracture of radius and ulna bilaterally in cat.

Fractura de radio y cubito bilateral en gato.Fracture of radius and ulna bilaterally in cat.

Fractura de radio y cubito bilateral en gato. Fracture of radius and ulna bilaterally in cat.

Fractura de radio y cubito bilateral en gato. Fracture of radius and ulna bilaterally in cat.

patella fracture.

patella fracture.

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FEMUR FRACTURE SASKE

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FEMUR FRACTURE SASKE 2


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Intramedullary Rod placement for femoral fracture

Intramedullary Rod placement for femoral fracture

Heelift® Traction Boot for applying skin traction to help stabilize femur fractures prior to #surgery.

Heelift® Traction Boot for applying skin traction to help stabilize femur fractures prior to #surgery.

An abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) refers to a focal dilatation of the abdominal aorta that is 50% greater than the proximal normal segment or that is greater than 3cm in maximum diameter.  The aneurysm may be visible as an area of curvilinear calcification in the para-vertebral region on either abdominal or lumbar spine films performed for alternative indications.  On all modalities here: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/abdominal_aortic_aneurysm

An abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) refers to a focal dilatation of the abdominal aorta that is 50% greater than the proximal normal segment or that is greater than 3cm in maximum diameter. The aneurysm may be visible as an area of curvilinear calcification in the para-vertebral region on either abdominal or lumbar spine films performed for alternative indications. On all modalities here: http://radiopaedia.org/articles/abdominal_aortic_aneurysm

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