A Mineralized Area in the Thorax: What is the Meaning?
In everyday practice, we can come across mineralized structures found in the thorax that shouldn’t be there: For example, mineralized long nodules and mineralization of the bronchi of the lung parenchyma. These lesions are challenging, especially when we are looking for lung metastasis or evidence of chronic bronchitis. This lecture wants to provide keynotes on how to interpret a mineralized “lesion” in the thorax.
AccessRecording with Q&A Session
Study Time / CPD1 hour
Access Duration12 months
You will have access to the recording of the webinar session for a total duration of 1 year.
This course is part of a Diagnostic Imaging Webinar Series: Thorax, consisting of 12 webinars plus Q&A Session.
By registering for the Full Webinar Series you will get access to an examination leading to the
IEVS Certificate of Knowledge in Diagnostic Imaging Webinar Series: Thorax
Meet the Instructor
Dr. Giliola Spattini
DVM, PhD, Dipl. ECVDI
Clinica Veterinaria Castellarano, Castellarano, Italy
Giliola graduated from the University of Parma with Honor in 1998. She soon dedicated her professional career to diagnostic imaging, becoming an ECVDI diplomate in 2008 and obtaining a PhD from the University of Parma in 2009. Giliola works as a self-employed specialist in diagnostic imaging at the Clinica Veterinaria Castellarano (Italy), and as a consultant for La Vallonea, (Italy) and ANTECH (United States). She previously held the position of secretary of EAVDI, and is past president of the Italian Society of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (SVIDI). Giliola has been a speaker on the topic of diagnostic imaging at national and international meetings, and has co-authored several scientific papers and textbooks. Her main interests include radiography and ultrasonography, particularly of the musculoskeletal system in canine athlete.
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The certificate is comprised of 12 webinars and Q&A session in veterinary Diagnostic Imaging: Thorax. It involves the following topics:
1) Respiratory Distress: Is it Heart or Lungs (Dogs) , Prof. Dr. Pollard2) Respiratory Distress: Is it Heart or Lungs (Cats) , Prof. Dr. Pollard3) Imaging and Thoracic Trauma , Prof. Dr. Pollard4) Advanced Imaging in Dyspneic Patients: How, When, and Why? , Prof. Dr. Pollard5) A Mineralized Area in the Thorax: What is the meaning? , Dr. Spattini6) Use of Diagnostic Imaging in a Coughing Dog , Dr. Spattini7) Imaging of Pulmonary Masses and Mediastinal Lymphadenopathy , Dr. Liuti8) Imaging the Trachea and Bronchi: Is there a foreign body? , Dr. Liuti9) Use of Diagnostic Imaging in a Coughing Cat , Dr. Spattini10) Pleural Effusion: From Clinical to Imaging , Dr. Liuti11) The Patient is having Sialorrhea: Which Diagnostic Imaging Modality Should I Use? , Dr. Spattini12) Imaging the Oesophagus: Foreign Body and Megaoesophagus , Dr. Liuti
I liked that series covered lots of topics and there was time for information to settle down. I really enjoyed this course. Thank you.
The ease of learn at our leisure time due to the time zone difference. Most importantly all the topics were covered with minute detailing as well as proper justifications to them. I loved participating in the polls. Very stimulating and interesting learning experience.
There were interesting cases I have never encountered before. Also, it gave me a better overview on radiographs now compared to before.