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مُساهمةموضوع: Advances in Veterinary Medical Technology..........^_^   الثلاثاء مارس 09, 2010 10:11 pm

As human medicine
becomes more and more advanced, veterinary medicine is advancing along
with it. Many of the advanced tests and procedures used on people are
now available for pets. Here is an overview of some the new technology
available to veterinarians.



  • Laser Surgery - A laser is a very intense beam of
    highly focused light. If focused intensely enough, it can cut through
    tissue. It can be used for very small, precise cuts for biopsy, eye
    surgery, or the removal of a tumor. Lasers can also be used to perform
    traditional soft-tissue surgical procedures, such as spays, neuters,
    and thyroidectomies (the removal of the thyroid gland), with fewer side
    effects. As it cuts, the laser automatically seals small blood vessels
    and nerve endings around the cut, which means less bleeding and less
    pain.


  • Endoscopy - Endoscopy allows doctors to see
    an animal’s internal organs by inserting a long, flexible tube into the
    body. The tip of the tube contains a video chip and a strobe light, and
    it captures images and sends them to a video monitor. The endoscope can
    be inserted through the mouth to look at the upper gastrointestinal
    tract (GI endoscopy) or the lungs (brachioscopy), into the rectum to
    examine the colon (colonoscopy), into the nose (rhinoscopy), or into
    the joints (arthroscopy). This procedure lets veterinarians see
    internal tissue without performing invasive surgery. The veterinarian
    can also insert instruments through the tube and remove tissue to
    biopsy for additional diagnostic information.


  • Ultrasound - In ultrasound, a device called a
    transducer emits very high frequency sound waves into the animal’s body
    and measures when the waves bounce back. A computer interprets the
    pattern of sound reflection and creates a still picture or a moving
    image on a monitor. Ultrasound is painless and requires no chemicals,
    radiation, or entry into the body. It is safe to use on delicate tissue
    like the retina, the spinal cord, and developing fetuses.


  • Echocardiography - This is a specialized kind of
    ultrasound used to view the heart. The transducer is placed in position
    at an angle designed to bounce sound waves off the walls and valves of
    the heart in order examine heart chamber size, wall motion, valve
    movements, and structural changes in and around the heart, as well as
    the aorta, carotid (neck) arteries, and renal (kidney) arteries.
    Doppler echocardiography, a particular kind of echocardiography, uses
    the ultrasound to determine the direction and velocity of blood flow
    within the cardiovascular system. These procedures are designed to
    investigate cardiac and blood vessel problems like heart murmurs or
    congestive heart failure.


  • MRI - Magnetic resonance imaging systems utilize a
    combination of powerful magnets and radio wave technology to produce
    images of animals’ internal organs and structures. Based on the way
    atoms in the body respond to radio waves while in a magnetic field, the
    computer creates a series of images from different angles. MRI systems
    can make images through bone, and they are more clear and detailed than
    X rays, making them particularly useful for pictures of soft tissue,
    the brain and spinal cord, joints, and the abdomen. They are also used
    for detecting cancerous growths and tumors. These procedures may not be
    available from every veterinarian, but they are becoming more routine
    in general veterinary practice over time (with the exception of MRI,
    which is available through a referral to a veterinary specialist). Your
    veterinarian can tell you what procedures are available and how they
    can help your pet.
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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Advances in Veterinary Medical Technology..........^_^   الأربعاء مارس 10, 2010 3:57 pm

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Advances in Veterinary Medical Technology..........^_^   الأربعاء مارس 10, 2010 9:04 pm

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مُساهمةموضوع: رد: Advances in Veterinary Medical Technology..........^_^   الإثنين أغسطس 23, 2010 6:08 pm

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