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Materias : 3109 Ciencias veterinarias310901 Anatomía

Fecha de publicación : 2015

Fecha de depósito: 22-abr-2016

Tipo de documento: Congresos y conferencias

Resumen : ESThe purpose of this paper was to use threedimensional computed tomographic reconstruction as another tool to teach in the veterinary colleges. 2-millimeters thick transverse images of two foals and one dog were obtained. Images provided excellent detail of relevant anatomic structures and detailed information regarding the extent of disease and accurate discrimination of neoplastic versus non-neoplastic diseases. Tridimensional reconstruction can be a valuable diagnostic aid for clinical evaluation of several disturbances and could be used as a tool for teaching anatomy in veterinary schools.

En : II Jornadas Iberoamericanas de Innovación Educativa en al ámbito de las TIC (2015)





Author: Jaber, José RaduanHerraiz, NataliaFarray, DavidArencibia Espinosa, Alberto

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II Jornadas Iberoamaricanas de Innovación Educativa en el ámbito de las TIC Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 12-13 de noviembre de 2015 Three-Dimensional Computed Tomography Reconstruction: other Tool to Teach in the Veterinary Colleges J Raduan Jaber*, Natalia Herraiz, David Farray, Alberto Arencibia Departamento de Morfología, Facultad de Veterinaria, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Campus de Cardones, Trasmontaña, s-n, 35413.
Islas Canarias (España) *Corresponding author: joseraduan.jaber@ulpgc.es Summary— The purpose of this paper was to use threedimensional computed tomographic reconstruction as another tool to teach in the veterinary colleges.
2-millimeters thick transverse images of two foals and one dog were obtained. Images provided excellent detail of relevant anatomic structures and detailed information regarding the extent of disease and accurate discrimination of neoplastic versus non-neoplastic diseases.
Tridimensional reconstruction can be a valuable diagnostic aid for clinical evaluation of several disturbances and could be used as a tool for teaching anatomy in veterinary schools. Key words— Computed tomography, 3-D reconstruction, anatomy I.
INTRODUCTION In recent years plastination has begun to revolutionize the way in which human and veterinary gross anatomy can be presented to students.
Plastinated specimens have also been used as resources to improve the quality of teaching and learning of anatomy and clinical diseases.
Many sources describe different options to enhance anatomical learning by students through increased motivation, including the use of live animals; the use of problem-based learning (PBL) and virtual-reality surgical simulators, as well as the modern imaging techniques such as ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging or computed tomography. Computed tomography (CT) is an image diagnostic technique that utilizes x-rays as its imaging source.
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