Radiography of rabbits

 

Adar en Flora, by Kim Chilson

 

 

Rabbit radiographies (X-ray)

 

Skull radiography

Rabbit skull radiology, by C. Holson and D. Martinez-Jimenez

Laterolateral radiograph of a rabbit skull

 

Dental problems

Objective interpretation of dental disease in rabbits, guinea pigs and chinchillas. Use of anatomical reference lines, by Dr. Estella Boehmer and Dr. David Crossley

Radiography of a rabbit suffering from dental malocclusion, before and after treatment

Radiography of a rabbit suffering from severe incisor and molar malocclusion

Radiography of a rabbit suffering from advanced dental disease and bilateral mandibular osteomyelitis

Radiography of a rabbit with a mandibular jaw abscess, by Dr. Estella Boehmer

Radiography of a rabbit with a mandibular jaw abscess, malocclusion and otitis media, by Dr. Estella Boehmer

Dental dysplasia: pseudo-odontoma (elodontoma) in a rabbit

Dental exam: Overview of dental problems in rabbits, by Debbie Hanson.

Speaking: Dr. Roy Cruzen, with rabbit Pixel.

 

Abdomen

Lateral and dorso-ventral radiographies of the thorax and abdomen of a healthy rabbit

Lateral radiography of the thorax and abdomen of a healthy rabbit B

Ventrodorsal radiography of the rabbit thorax and abdomen

Lateral view of a rabbit with gastric distention

Dorso-ventral view of a rabbit with gastric distention

 

Digestive tract

Young and older rabbits suffering from bloat: necropsy and X-rays

Laterolateral radiography of the viscera: neoplasia

 

Neck

Latero-lateral and dorso-ventral radiographs of the neck of Twilight

 

Spine

Radiographs of the lower spine and pelvic regions

Lordosis, scoliosis or kyphosis spine deformations are observed in rabbits too

Rabbit with spine fracture

 

Limbs

Lateral radiography of a thoracic limb of a rabbit: Elbow

Dorso-ventral radiography of the pelvic limb foot

Ventrodorsal radiography showing advanced arthritis of the thoracic foot

Lateral radiography of a fractured tibia in a rabbit, after insertion of a pin

Ventro-dorsal radiography of the left hind foot with a broken toe

Rabbit with broken calcaneal tuber (pelvic limb) and possible bacterial joint infection, radiography and explanation, by Debbie Hanson. In collaboration with Dr. Dan Jordan and the rabbit Parker.

Thanks to Kim Chilson, for her lovely illustrations

My gratitude goes to Dr. Estella Boehmer (Chirurgische u. Gynäkologische Kleintierklinik, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany), Sandy Minshull, Julie Martin-Marrero, Kim Chilson, Tal Saarony, Debbie Hanson, and Ruth van Kalmthout, and all others for sharing radiographs of their rabbits.

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