Clinical Case Study Search
Utilize In Your Clinical Workups & Veterinary Ultrasound Examinations
This is a growing archive of actual veterinary patients that were diagnosed by use of clinical sonography by Dr. Eric Lindquist & colleagues throughout the US, Canada, & Europe.
Enhance and refine the probabilities of the diagnostic outcome of your cases by profiling:
- Clinical signs
- Urinalysis results
- Signalment of the patient
Naturally, veterinary ultrasound was utilized in all these cases in order to achieve the diagnosis and clinical direction of the case (ultrasound-guided biopsies and aspirates, medical therapy, surgery,...) and help achieve the definitive diagnosis.
Each case includes:
- Diagnostic images and cine loops
- Clinical history
- Clinical differential diagnosis (By Remo Lobettii Ph.D., DECVIM - Internal Medicine)
- Sonographic description
- Sonographic differential diagnosis describing the images (By Lindquist DMV, DABVP or Yanik DVM, DACVR)
- Sampling results and cytology or histopathology
- Case outcome.
The clinical sonographer or clinician can use a keyword of any disease such as "Obstruction"(GI, Biliary..) or "Addison's" disease or "Murmur" and the search engine will hit all the pertinent cases with images and videos and format described above. Abdominal disease, cardiac disease, thyroids, parathyroids, strange unexpected pathology and outcomes are all here for your exploration.
We have documented > 20,000 current cases that comprise, basically, a virtual manifestation of a series of historical facts in small animal medicine and some exotics. The best thing is the archive grows constantly and is available for research and teaching purposes in veterinary ultrasound and internal medicine. This clinical search engine is the first of its kind in veterinary medicine and the most intuitive and in-depth of its kind anywhere.
We hope you enjoy this case study search as an adjunct and integral part of your clinical workups in veterinary ultrasound and internal medicine. If the patient is sick then it needs a search profile and likely needs an ultrasound to enhance the diagnostic efficiency of the workup. Then, once you have used the search, come share your experience and discussions of veterinary medicine, ultrasound, veterinary business, and anything else in our peer moderated forum.
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