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A lateral radiographic projection of a normal feline abdomen, courtesy of Dr. Gabi Seiler of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
An ultrasound image of a canine portoazygos shunt vessel that bypasses the liver. "PV" indicates the portal vein.
   
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CT of middle and inner ears. This is a transverse CT image, in a bone window, of a canine's middle and inner ears.
An ultrasound image of a normal canine left adrenal gland, courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
   
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This is a radiograph of a kitten's intestines following barium administration. The lucent, linear structures outlined by the barium are roundworms.
This is an ultrasound image of a normal canine left adrenal gland.
   
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A ventrodorsal radiograph of a canine pelvis showing radiographically normal coxofemoral joints.
A lateral radiograph of an equine digit venogram showing the abundant horse foot blood supply; courtesy of New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.
CT of dog skull. This is a transverse CT image of a dog skull with several important features labelled.
This is a lateral radiograph of a dog's thorax. The heart is grossly enlarged, especially the left atrium. The pulmonary veins are larger than the arteries. This dog is suffering from mitral dysplasia.
This is an ultrasound image, using color Doppler, of the two ureteral openings into the urinary bladder. Urine, produced by the kidneys, goes through the ureters into the urinary bladder, where it's stored until the animal voids. The colors represent the urine entering into the urinary bladder.

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