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  1. 1. Orthopedic Radiology
  2. 2. Evaluate all parts of each bone
  3. 3. For each part of the bone Look for changes in Shape Contour Size Radiopacity Texture
  4. 4. Aggressive v. Non Aggressive Bone Disease
  5. 5. Aggressive Bone Disease Potentially Life Threatening
  6. 6. Aggressive Bone Disease Potentially Life Threatening Neoplasia Infection
  7. 7. Opposite ends of a spectrum of change
  8. 8. A key characteristic is the margination of the lesion
  9. 9. A key characteristic is the margination of the lesion aka zone of transition
  10. 10. Clearly defined margins Non aggressive or benign
  11. 11. Poorly defined margins Aggressive
  12. 12. Bone can only respond in two ways to a pathological insult
  13. 13. Bone Production
  14. 14. Bone Production Bone Destruction
  15. 15. Bone Destruction
  16. 16. Aggressive Destructive Lesion Geographic and Motheaten
  17. 17. Aggressive Destructive Lesion Poor Margination
  18. 18. Geographic and motheaten lysis Good Margination - Osteomyelitis
  19. 19. Bone Production
  20. 20. THE PERIOSTEUM
  21. 21. Linear Periosteal Reaction
  22. 22. Solid Periosteal Reaction
  23. 23. Lamellated Periosteal Reaction
  24. 24. Amorphous Periosteal Reaction
  25. 25. Sunburst Periosteal Reaction
  26. 26. Amorphous Periosteal Reaction
  27. 27. Codmans Triangle
  28. 28. Bone Expansion
  29. 29. Osteomyelitis
  30. 30. HAEMATOGENOUS SPREAD FROM A CONTIGUOUS SOURCE DIRECT IMPLANTATION POST OPERATIVE INFECTION
  31. 31. Initial Appearance
  32. 32. 2 Weeks
  33. 33. Early Septic Periostitis
  34. 34. Late Septic Periostitis
  35. 35. Sequestrum
  36. 36. Sequestrum
  37. 37. Radiology of Fractures
  38. 38. Classification of Fractures
  39. 39. Describe the Orientation of the Fracture
  40. 40. FRACTURE HEALING
  41. 41. FACTORS AFFECTING FRACTURE HEALING Degree of Trauma Degree of Bone Loss Type of Bone Involved Extent of Immobilization Presence of Infection Specific Bone Involved Age of Animal
  42. 42. Degree of Trauma
  43. 43. Degree of Bone Loss
  44. 44. Type of Bone Involved
  45. 45. Extent of Immobilization
  46. 46. Presence of Infection
  47. 47. Specific Bone Involved
  48. 48. Age of Animal
  49. 49. Immediate Post Fracture
  50. 50. Immediate Post Repair
  51. 51. 2 Weeks Post Repair
  52. 52. 7 weeks Post Repair
  53. 53. Complications of Fracture Repair
  54. 54. Osteomyelitis
  55. 55. Osteomyelitis Implant Loosening
  56. 56. Radiolucent Halo Around Implants
  57. 57. Immediate Post Fracture
  58. 58. 4 Weeks Post Fracture
  59. 59. 8 Weeks Post Repair
  60. 60. Immediate Post Revision
  61. 61. 10 Weeks Post Revision

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