Expert. Collaborative. Compassionate Care.
When your client experiences an unexpected emergency or diagnosis, providing the most comprehensive information and treatment options available is critical. Our goal is to develop a solid partnership with you so that your clients benefit from our multi-disciplinary approach, collective knowledge, diagnostics and specialized equipment to provide the best health outcome possible for your clients. Our constant communication with you allows for a seamless flow of information whether we are treating an emergency or a more complex, long term illness.
We see our relationship with you as a true partnership and welcome feedback on how we might improve communications.
Join Dr. Kip Berry for a Radiograph Lab:
"Thoracic Imaging: Tips and Techniques"
Survey thoracic radiographs are a common first step for evaluating dogs and cats with a number of clinical signs that could be related to the thoracic cavity. A three-view thorax (RL, LL and VD or DV) is considered the standard of care for veterinary medicine. Images should be obtained on peak inspiration and centered over the cardiac silhouette with inclusion of the cranial thorax (up to the thoracic inlet) and caudodorsal thorax (to the level of the diaphragmatic crura). The standard interpretation paradigm for the thorax will be reviewed. This includes: extrathoracic structures, the pleural space, pulmonary parenchyma and the mediastinum (including the cardiac silhouette). Common abnormalities of each area will be reviewed.
Wednesday, August 22nd at the
Fairfield Inn & Suites - RDU/Brier Creek
10040 Sellona Street
Raleigh, NC 27617
Dinner starts at 6pm and the talk at 630pm
Please rsvp to firstname.lastname@example.org by August 13th.
We are pleased to offer CE events for doctors and veterinary staff at one of our hospitals throughout the year. If you would like to receive invitations to these CE events, please send your email address to Kelly.
If you would like to refer a pet to VSH, please fill out and submit one of the forms below.