Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Normal Feline Abdomen: An Anatomic Reference
Samii V.F., Biller D.S. and Koblik P.D.
Vet Radiol Ultrasound, 1999. 40(5): p.486-90.
Magnetic resonance images of two adult domestic short-haired cats were obtained with a whole body scanner. Images of the abdomen were compared with cross-sectional anatomy cadaver specimens from the same two cats. Anatomic structures were first identified on the cadaver specimens with the aid of anatomy texts and references and were then identified and labeled on the magnetic resonance images. Results from this project provide an atlas of normal cross-sectional MRI anatomy of the feline abdomen.