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Image Normal hock lateral
Located in Media / Orthopaedic
Image D source code Normal hock vd
Located in Media / Orthopaedic
Image Jack lateral hock
Located in Media / Orthopaedic / Jack with fractured leg
Image D source code Labelled image of Jack's hock VD
Located in Media / Orthopaedic / Jack with fractured leg
Image Labelled image of Jack's hock lateral
Located in Media / Orthopaedic / Jack with fractured leg
Image Lateral view of normal hock
Located in Media / Orthopaedic / Jack with fractured leg
Image D source code Normal hock vd
Located in Media / Orthopaedic / Jack with fractured leg
Image Conscious radiography
It is usually easy to take a well positioned lateral abdominal radiograph without sedation by quietly positioning the rabbit on its side and placing a sandbag across the neck. It is very important that there is noise or sudden movements and the rabbit is handled gently.
Located in Media / Procedures
Image Mucoid enteropathy
Located in Media / Radiographs
Image Normal dentition
This lateral skull radiograph was taken of an adult male wild rabbit with perfect dentition
Located in Media / Radiographs / Skull radiographs