At its core, the mission of the American College of Veterinary Radiology is fulfilled by partnering with other veterinarians and working closely with veterinary technicians to provide comprehensive health care. Radiology residency training programs require support from other specialty organizations and from more than one radiologist. Daily interactions with veterinary technologists allow radiologists to support quality control of imaging studies and to maintain radiation safety standards. Radiologists and radiation oncologists work the “frontline” of veterinary medicine, consulting general practitioners on optimal imaging tests, educational materials, and therapeutic options.
Radiology residents have access to a multitude of educational resources, including ACVR society discussions and case studies. A more detailed learning resource is currently being developed, to include an in-training examination for all residents as they progress through their 3 or 4-year programs. On-line teaching resources spearheaded by ACVR diplomates include:
www.veterinaryradiology.net by Dr. Allison Zwingenberger
https://vetmeet.com to include Drs. Anna Adrian and Swan Specchi
https://veterinaryradiologymirc.squarespace.com by Dr. Adrien -Maxence Hespel
CaseConnexx– Diagnostic Imaging Resident Case Blog: IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants
Animal Insides – IDEXX telemedicine consultants
https://www.imaios.com/en/vet-Anatomy an interactive atlas of veterinary anatomy based on medical imaging, under the direction of Dr. Susanne AEB Boroffka, dipl. ECVDI, PhD and Dr. Antoine Micheau, MD.
Radiographic Anatomy Software Application – Dr. Sarah Nemanic, Oregon State University. Free, web based. Covers canine, feline and equine radiographic anatomy. Study mode and a quiz mode. Requires a Gmail account to access the site, also free.
https://www.instagram.com/theveterinaryradiologist by Dr. Joseph Amory
Anatomic atlas for the canine lumbosacral spine. 2nd ed. Hynes C, Carnevale M, Lay J, Jones J, Clemson University. 2017
Ultrasound Videos – North Carolina State University’s Channel on YouTube!
Limb Anatomy (CT 3D models compared to radiographs) – Dr. Alexander Zur Linden