Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1996;36(4):949-966.
Morphological study on abdominal organs of healthy cats using omnidirectional radiography and fluoroscopy
Sa-kyeng Shin1, Tsuneo Hirose2, Motoyoshi Sato2, Kazuro Miyahara2
1College of Veterinary Science, Chungnam National University
2Department of Veterinary Clinical Radiology, Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine
다각도 방사선촬영 및 투시법을 이용한 정상 고양이 장기의 형태학적 연구
신사경1, 히로세츠네오2, 사토모토요시2, 미아하라카쯔노2
1충남대학교 수의과대학
2일본 오비히로대학 방사선학교실
To establish the method for the most effective radiography and fluoroscopy, the abdominal organs of cats were investigeted using omnidirectional angles with the center of the body as the axis using an omnidirectional protective shielding X-ray system and a $360^{circ}$ rotary restraint unit for use in small animals. The organs examined were the diaphragm, liver, stomach, colon, spleen and kidney. The results obtained in the present study were as follows: 1. Regardless of gas in the stomach present or not, it was feasible to distinguish the left and right crura in the lumbar portion of diaphragm in the oblique projection inclined over $30^{circ}$ and under $90^{circ}$ from the lateral projection. 2. Outlines of the exterior left lobe and the interior right lobe of the liver were observed in the oblique image inclined up to $60^{circ}$ from the lateral image, while that of the exterior right lobe was noted in the oblique image inclined up to $60^{circ}$ from the ventrodorsal-dorsoventral images. 3. It was necessary to have gas present in the stomach for detailed morphological observations of the stomach. It was most clearly observed in the right $30^{circ}$ ventral-left dorsal oblique projection($120^{circ}$ image) and the left $60^{circ}$ dorsal-right ventral oblique projection($300^{circ}$ image). 4. Morphology of the colon was observable in detail by the oblique projection inclined over $30^{circ}$ from the lateral projection. 5. To observe the whole spleen it was required to have images from the ventrodorsal projection ($90^{circ}$ image) to the right $60^{circ}$ ventral-left dorsal oblique projection ($150^{circ}$ image) as well as those from the dorsoventral projection ($270^{circ}$ image) to the left-right lateral projection $0^{circ}$ image). 6. Dorsal and ventral sides of the kidney were observable in the oblique images inclined $30^{circ}$ from the lateral image. 7. Considering above findings collectively, it was thought that the results of present study might be useful for the analysis of abnormalies in each organ of cat.
Key Words: abdominal organs, cat, radiography, fluoroscopy

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