Small Animal Ultrasound PREMIUM


Using a systematic approach when scanning the abdomen [9:55] Free
Image formation and other principles [3:16] Free
Knobology (Depth, Gain and TGC) [2:35]
Doppler [5:02]
Mirror image artifact [1:08]
Shadowing artifact [1:19]
Enhancement artifact [0:49]
Reverberation and ring down artifacts [1:37]
Refraction artifact [1:09]
Speed error and range ambiguity [1:37]
Twinkle artifact [0:43]


Introduction [1:33]
Adopt a Systematic Approach [9:55] Free
The Liver and Portal System [9:40]
The Spleen [3:59]
The Kidneys and Ureters [5:52]
The Adrenals [5:51] Free
The Urinary Bladder [3:27]
The Reproductive Tract [7:20]
The Gastro-intestinal Tract [12:11]
The Pancreas [4:48]
The Lymph nodes [5:50]


Introduction [1:23]
Scanning the liver [3:52]
Scanning the spleen [1:58]
Scanning the stomach [4:24]
Scanning the small bowel [4:24] Free
Scanning the ICJ and colon [3:31]
Scanning the pancreas [3:42]
Scanning the kidneys [3:21]
Scanning the bladder and urethra [2:47]
Scanning the adrenal glands [3:53]
Scanning the female reproductive tract [3:49]
Scanning the male reproductive tract [3:42]


Head and Neck

Normal eye: anatomy and scanning [0:49]
Asteroid hyalosis [1:05]
Cataract [1:30]
Retinal detachment [1:07]
Posterior lens luxation [0:47]
Lens extrusion [0:50]
Intraocular neoplasia [1:28]
Retrobulbar FB [1:31]
Eye injury: BB pellets [1:06] Free
Normal neck anatomy and scanning in the dog [3:33]
Thyroid carcinoma (dog) [1:57]
Parathyroid adenoma (cat) [2:14]
Retropharyngeal lymphadenopathy (dog) [1:38]
Neck abscess and foreigh body [2:08]
Salivary sialocele [2:35]
Tongue abscess in a dog [2:13]
Neck abscess and retropharyngeal lymphadenopathy


Normal lung interface [0:57]
Thoracic wall mass [2:12]
Pleural effusion [1:07]
Pulmonary tumor [1:39]
Mediastinal tumor [1:55]
Branchial cyst [1:55]
PPDH [2:08]
Pulmonary metastases and FNAs [1:25] Free
Traumatic diaphragmatic hernia [2:00]


Scanning of the heart (dog) [5:10]
Scanning of the heart (cat) [3:42]
Chronic degenerative valvular disease [1:54]
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in a cat [2:34]
Dilated cardiomyopathy in a dog [2:40]
Pulmonary hypertension/cor pulmonale in a dog [1:41]
Idiopathic pericardial effusion and tamponade in a dog [1:21]
Cardiac tumors in 2 dogs [2:17]
PDA in a dog [2:29]
Pulmonic stenosis in a dog [3:37]
Ventricular septal defect in a cat [2:10]

Abdominal Cavity

Normal abdominal wall, peritoneum and fat [2:01]
Peritoneal effusions [1:45]
Septic peritonitis in three dogs [3:00] Free
Abdominal carcinomatosis in cats [2:04]
Abdominal wall and ombilical hernias [1:23]
Peritoneopericardial diaphragmatic hernia in two cats [2:31]
Idiopathic fat necrosis (Bate’s body) [1:23] Free

Hepatobiliary Tract

Normal liver and biliary system (dog) [2:57]
Hepatic lipidosis in cats [1:06]
Vacuolar hepatopathies in dogs [1:58]
Nodular hyperplasia [1:03]
Acute cholangiohepatitis in a dog [1:45]
Chronic active hepatitis in a dog [1:25]
Cholangitis/cholangiohepatitis in cats [2:00]
Cirrhosis in a dog [1:00]
Chronic hepatitis and cirrhosis and their consequences in dogs [2:14] Free
Hepatocutaneous syndrome [0:57]
Hepatic abscess [2:21]
Liver lobe thrombosis and necrosis following cholecystectomy in a dog Coming soon
Hepatocellular carcinoma in a dog [1:49]
Hepatic metastases [1:57]
Hepatic lymphoma [1:23]
Biliary cystadenomas and cystadenocarcinomas in cats [2:18]
Gallbladder sludge
Gallbladder mucoceles in dogs
[2:00] Free
Surgical indications for gallbladder mucoceles in dogs [2:51]
Extrahepatic biliary obstruction in dogs and cats


Normal spleen anatomy and scanning [1:55]
Myelolipomas [1:21]
Splenic lymphoma [0:58]
Splenic nodular hyperplasia [1:26]
Splenic hemangiosarcoma and peritoneal effusion [1:50]
Splenic torsion [1:43] Free
Splenic venous thrombus and infarcts [1:55]
Acute splenic trauma [2:44]

Kidneys and Ureters

Normal kidneys in dogs and cats [3:20]
Congenital renal dysplasia in dogs and cats [2:34]
Chronic interstitial nephritis in cats [1:38]
Chronic glomerulonephritis in a dog [1:24]
Acute nephritis in a dog [1:15]
Pyelonephritis in a cat [1:32] Free
Pyonephrosis in cats [1:59]
Pyogranulomatous nephritis in a cat [1:29]
Renal lymphoma in cats [2:22]
Renal carcinoma in a dog [1:21]
Renal hemangiosarcoma in a dog [0:58]
Renal metastases [2:19] Free
Polycystic renal disease in cats [1:20]
Perirenal pseudocysts in cats [1:41]
Cortical infarcts in cats and dogs [1:29]
Obstructive nephrolithiasis and hydronephrosis in a cat [1:51]
Ectopic ureter in a dog with ascending infection [1:58]
Ureterocele in a dog [2:26]
Crossed renal ectopia with fusion in 2 cats [1:53]

Adrenal glands

Normal adrenal glands in dogs [7:01]
Normal adrenal glands in cats [1:20]
Atrophied adrenals in a dog with Addison’s disease [2:17]
Adrenal hyperplasia in dogs with PDH [2:21]
Adrenal adenoma and adenocarcinoma in dogs [2:00] Free
Adrenal pheochromocytoma in a dog [1:26]
Mineralized adrenals in normal cats [1:49]

Bladder and Urethra

Normal bladder and urethra [1:32]
Lipid droplets in cats [1:04] Free
Cystitis [2:09]
Polypoid cystitis [1:42]
Calculi [1:03]
Blood clot [0:47]
Ureteral jets [0:58]
Bladder tumors – TCC [1:02]
Pseudomembranous cystitis [1:33]
Bladder leiomyoma in a cat [2:15]
Encrusting cystitis in a cat [1:38]

Male Repro

Normal repro male [2:01]
Benign prostatic hyperplasia [1:37]
Paraprostatic cyst [2:12] Free
Prostatic tumor [1:33]
Prostatic abscess [2:48]
Testicular tumor [1:23]
Cryptorchidism in dogs [1:24]
Paraprostatic cysts in two dogs [3:07]

Female Repro

Normal ovaries and uterus [2:28]
Normal pregnancy [2:12] Free
Hydrometra [1:30]
Cystic endometrial hyperplasia [2:20]
Cystic ovaries [2:19]
Ruptured uterus and pregnancy [3:19]
Mummified fetus and ruptured uterus in a dog [1:59]


Normal GI anatomy and scanning (dog ) [4:03]
Intussusception in a cat [1:34]
Obstructive hairball in a cat [1:29]
Perforating foreign body [1:59]
Enteritis [1:05]
Lymphangiectasia [1:43]
Gastric ulceration in a dog [2:07]
Intestinal lymphoma [2:07]
Feline intestinal eosinophilic sclerosing fibroplasia [2:08]
Intestinal carcinoma in a cat [2:29]
Gastric leiomyoma in a dog [1:50] Free
Perforated cecal GIST in a dog [2:32]
Gastric angioleiomyoma [2:28]
Gastric polyp in a dog [2:21]
Emphysematous gastritis [2:23]
Worms and enteritis [2:00]
Adenomatous polyp in a cat [3:19]
Normal post enterectomy: What to expect [4:07]
Lipogranulomatous lymphangitis in a dog [2:15]


Normal pancreas (dog and cat) [2:11]
Pancreatitis in dogs [2:40]
Pancreatitis in cats [1:40]
Pseudocyst [2:39] Free
Necrotizing pancreatitis in dogs [2:25]
Pancreatic carcinoma in a cat [2:12]
Insulinoma [1:05]
Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency in cats [2:08] New

Lymph Nodes

Normal lymph nodes [1:38]
Lymphadenopathies in dogs and cats [2:41]

Portal System

Normal portal system [2:21]
Congenital portocaval shunt in puppy [3:31] Free
Congenital portoazygos shunt in a dog [1:38]
Left-divisional intrahepatic shunt in a dog [3:56]
Acquired portosystemic shunts in dogs [3:06]
Splenorenal shunts in cats [2:29] Free
Hepatic arteriovenous malformation in a dog [3:48]
Venous thrombosis in dogs and cats [1:45]

Musculoskelettal and Nervous Systems

Normal shoulder (dog) [3:47] Free
Normal calcaneal tendon (dog) [1:55]
Bicipital tenosynovitis in a dog [1:47]
Supraspinatus tendinopathy in a dog [2:03]
Flexor tendinopathy in two dogs [4:10] New
Calcaneal tendinopathy in a dog [2:12]
Gracilis fibrosing myopathy in a dog [1:26]
Muscular neoplasia in two dogs [1:52]
Supraspinatus/infraspinatus abscess in a dog [2:04]
Rib osteomyelitis and cellulitis in a dog [1:22]
Joint neoplasia [1:07] Free
Calcinosis circumscripta in a dog [1:30]
Peripheral nerve sheath tumor in a dog [1:40] Free
Vertebral mass invading the spinal canal [1:15]
Porcupine Quills – shoulder region [2:17]