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Mnemonic for Salter-Harris Fractures. I think some of my OT friends who work in… Mnemonic for Salter-Harris Fractures. I think some of my OT friends who work in Phys Dys settings will appreciate this! Got this from a friend I know from undergrad. Pta School, Medical Anatomy, Athletic Trainer, Emergency Medicine, Sports Medicine, Anatomy And Physiology, Nursing Students, Physical Therapy, Advanced Nursing

Mnemonic for Salter-Harris Fractures. I think some of my OT friends who work in Phys Dys settings will appreciate this! Got this from a friend I know from undergrad.

This kitten swallowed a guitar string (seen running the full length of it's body).living in a house with cats & guitars, this scares the crap out of me! Veterinary Radiology, Veterinary World, Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Technician, Cat Medicine, Horse Care Tips, Cat Care Tips, Pet Vet, Guinea Pig Toys

World's wackiest animal X-Rays reveal the things pets swallow

Vets in America have been competing to find the country's wackiest X-Rays that show the weird and wonderful things gobbled down by people's pets.

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Radiology

Diagnostic tests are important in veterinary medicine since our patients do not routinely tell us where they are having a medical problem. An important diagnostic modality we use to make an accurate diagnosis on a sick animal is radiography, more commonly known as x-rays. This is a fun and educational page designed to educate you

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Is your dog pregnant? Find out what to expect when your dog is expecting, and how you can take care of your pregnant dog and her new puppies.

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Radiology

Diagnostic tests are important in veterinary medicine since our patients do not routinely tell us where they are having a medical problem. An important diagnostic modality we use to make an accurate diagnosis on a sick animal is radiography, more commonly known as x-rays. This is a fun and educational page designed to educate you

We often warn clients about the dangers of giving antlers or horns to their dogs as chew toys. Not only can they cause a dog's teeth to fracture because they are so hard, but they can cause obstructions. This incredible radiograph was taken by a former clinician at Penn. She saw a sheltie puppy for vomiting and took this x-ray to find that a deer antler had punctured through the puppy's esophagus and pharynx. Fortunately, the puppy was treated and is fine now. Veterinary Radiology, Veterinary Technician, Cat With Blue Eyes, Animal Bones, Yellow Cat, Dog Teeth, Sheltie, Pet Health, Bed Pillows

We often warn clients about the dangers of giving antlers or horns to their dogs as chew toys. Not only can they cause a dog's teeth to fracture because they are so hard, but they can cause obstructions. This incredible radiograph was taken by a former clinician at Penn. She saw a sheltie puppy for vomiting and took this x-ray to find that a deer antler had punctured through the puppy's esophagus and pharynx. Fortunately, the puppy was treated and is fine now.