• The BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Abdominal Imaging is the third Manual in the diagnostic imaging series. The first section of the Manual outlines the approach to abdominal imaging, with chapters dedicated to radiography and ultrasonography. The remainder of the Manual is devoted to the individual body systems, including the liver and gallbladder, the kidneys and ureters, and the small intestine. Extensively illustrated throughout.

  • 1. Approach to abdominal imaging (Frances Barr and Robert O’Brien).

    2. Abdominal radiography (J. Fraser McConnell).

    3. Abdominal ultrasonography (Juliette Besso).

    4. The peritoneal cavity (Elizabeth A. Baines).

    5. The retroperitoneum (Francisco Llabrés-Díaz).

    6. Abdominal vessels (Francisco Llabrés-Díaz).

    7. Abdominal lymph nodes (Helena Nyman).

    8. Abdominal masses (Nicolette Hayward).

    9. The stomach (Gabriela Seiler and Wilfred Maï).

    10. The small intestine (Kate Bradley).

    11. The large intestine and perianal region (Lorrie Gaschen).

    12. The liver and gallbladder (Tobias Schwarz).

    13. The pancreas (Federica Morandi).

    14. The spleen (Laura Armbrust).

    15. The adrenal glands (Paul Mahoney).

    16. The kidneys and ureters (Martha Moon Larson).

    17. The bladder and urethra (Alasdair Hotston Moore).

    18. The female reproductive system (Gawain Hammond).

    19. The male reproductive system (Margaret Costello).

  • Robert T. O’Brien

    Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine

    College of Veterinary Medicine

    University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana

    Urbana, IL

    Frances J. Barr MA VetMB PhD DVR Dip.ECVDI MRCVS

    European Veterinary Specialist in Diagnostic Imaging
    Frances Barr qualified from Cambridge University in 1979. She holds RCVS and European Diplomas In Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging, and has been awarded the BSAVA Blaine and Woodrow Awards for advances in small animal medicine and surgery. She is currently Senior Teaching Fellow in Diagnostic Imaging at the University of Bristol, where she spends most of her time working in the hospital clinics and teaching diagnostic imaging to veterinary undergraduates.