Welcome to the universe of Small Animal Ultrasonography!

You are a veterinary studentresident, technician or practitioner ready to discover, undertake or master this great modality for the benefit of the pets you’ve trained so hard to treat. Well, this is it. This is the place to learn, exchange and collaborate so that all of us – together – can make it a better small animal ultrasonography world!

This is not only the companion website for the Atlas of Small Animal Ultrasonography, 2nd Edition, but a broader eLearning platform that now offers 2-year memberships to access hundreds of videos covering everything you need to know to undertake ultrasound in your practice, or to expand your knowledge. Different memberships have been designed for your needs, whether you specifically 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. Visit the VIDEO MEMBERSHIP section for more information. 

If you just purchased the 2nd Edition of the Atlas of Small Animal Ultrasonography, you can start by exploring the videos using your password printed in your book. If you’d rather have access to the entire collection of videos, read our FAQs page to know how to get a discount.

Our new Time to Play! offers exercises posted regularly on our blog and Facebook page, with answers usually posted within a week. Several topics are discussed in these annotated clips, complementing the notions covered in the rest of our collection of videos.

Dominique & Marc-André

For any information, send us an email to smallanimalultrasonography@gmail.com.

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  1. Hello. I’d like to make a question. The linear probe that you use in the videos what frequencies can have? Thank you

    • Hello! Typically between 10 and 18 Mhz, but these videos were not all obtained with the same probe. If you tell us which video exactly, we could tell you more precisely the machine and probe frequency that were used for that video.

    • Hi! What’s your real name “gadams”? Did we meet in Italy perhaps? The difference between mesentery and omentum is not easy to make on ultrasound… The mesenteric fat can be recognized around the mesenteric vessels and jejunal lymph nodes, especially when hyperechoic, and sometimes next to the small intestine. The omentum on the other hand is not attached to any recognizable structure and can be easily confused with the mesentery. The peritoneum is the thin layer of tissue coating the inside of the abdominal wall and the surface of all structures inside the peritoneal cavity (small intestines, etc). Does that help?

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