Enter Veterinary Practice News’ 2019 They Ate What?! X-ray Contest
May 23, 2019Did you ever hear the one about the dog who swallowed 14 quarters? Or what about the cat who just couldn’t resist her owner’s toy lizard’s foot? Pets eat the darndest things, so much so, we are still amazed at what veterinarians find on their X-rays, even after all these years of running our They Ate What?! X-ray contest. Which brings us to our annual call for those hard-to-believe radiographs. Share your most outrageous X-rays …
Brain Teaser: Can you solve this puzzle?
October 17, 2018Presentation Cystotomy in a five-year-old Rottweiler who had 178 struvite stones. Challenge What is the holding layer—the one to include in the suture line? Which suture material is ideal? Which needle is best? Which suture pattern is recommended? Check your answer on the next page.
Vetology launches pet X-ray-reading AI software
August 2, 2018Vetology Innovations LLC has launched artificial intelligence radiology software designed to provide veterinary professionals with an automated diagnostic resource for patient radiographs. The San Diego-based company’s AI, in development since 2017, provides a “comprehensive, rapid, and affordable resource for veterinarians evaluating patient radiographs and determining necessary medical treatments.” Vetology’s software uses artificial neural networks trained on known normal and abnormal X-ray images, allowing veterinarians to upload an image and receive a …