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The NAVTA Journal

Featured Article of the Month

Diagnostic Imaging for the Veterinary Technician 

Authored by Amanda Reed, BA, MA, CVT and Tasha Axam, DVM, DACVR 

There are several radiological standards that should always be followed to produce anatomically accurate images. These standards are: obtain a minimum of two orthogonal views in a study, center the beam on the anatomy of interest, collimate appropriately, include a directional marker, and adhere to ALARA. Read more


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