Ultrasound Anatomy in 3D

Understanding the motion of the probe and the relationship between its position on the abdomen and the resulting image is an important challenge when undertaking ultrasound. In this short video, Marc-André describes how he used 3D-rendered CT images and animations with the objective of better recognizing the anatomy depicted on ultrasound.

This tutorial series is part of the Small Animal Ultrasonography PREMIUM video membership that is offered with a 19% discount with the promo code COVID19.

Happy New Year Sonographers!!

What a year… 2020 will NEVER be forgotten… While this DEVIL-19 virus continues its spread, let’s take a moment to cherish the ones that make a difference in our lives.

Take care and talk to you soon…

This photo was taken at the VetMeet in May 2019 by Denis Amato.

Time to Play! #15, and the answer is…

Thanks for participating to this little quiz! Now here is the answer…

This case is a bit of a challenge… but so important to recognize as the presence of gas is often associated with a perforated GI segment, and therefore leads to exploratory surgery.

More to come soon 🙂

Well this concludes a challenging 2020! 

We wish you a peaceful, healthy 2021 filled with dreams for a life time 🦋

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A COVID-19 discount on our Video Membership!

Merry Christmas 🙂

To help our global fight against COVID-19, we’re offering a 19% discount on our  PREMIUM Video Membership until December 31st! Make sure to use the coupon COVID19 on your checkout.

For a complete liste of videos offered with our PREMIUM membership, click HERE.

Additional discounts are offered to students and to those that have purchased the 2nd Edition of the Atlas of Small Ultrasonography, which contains a subset of the video collection offered with the PREMIUM membership. Visit our FAQs section for all the details on these discounts.

Any question? Send us an email to smallanimalultrasonography@gmail.com!

 

Time to Play! #15

Hello!  Ready to play again?!?  A new quiz is waiting for you!  Click on the video to discover the story and try to answer the questions.  Please share your thoughts in the comment section below this article or in the Facebook post, we love it when you participate! The answer will be posted in a next few days :-).

For the answer, click HERE

Keep posted for upcoming “Time to Play” exercises!

Visit the Time to Play! page for previous exercises part of the PREMIUM membership.

New video memberships!

The world of Small Animal Ultrasonography is at reach more than ever!  

After a year of hard work, we’re very excited to launch a new membership platform giving access to hundreds of videos covering everything you need to know to undertake ultrasound in your practice, or to expand your knowledge! 

Different memberships are offered to match your needs, whether you want to learn the basic concepts of an ultrasound exam, the normal abdomen anatomy and sonographic approach with 3D animations, or the sonographic diagnosis of common and uncommon pathologies affecting all body regions, from head to toes. Once subscribed, you can search through the entire collection using keywords to quickly find the information you’re looking for.

For a complete liste of videos offered with our PREMIUM membership, click HERE. Stop by our FAQs page if you have any question!

And to help our global fight against COVID-19, we’re offering a 19% discount on the PREMIUM membership until December 31st! Make sure to use the coupon COVID19 on your checkout. 

Adopt a systematic approch

In this video, Marc-André describes his patient preparation and sonographic approach for a systematic evaluation of the abdominal cavity with ultrasound

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Introduction

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The Pancreas

Introduction

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