Gregory Lisciandro

Gregory Lisciandro

DVM, Dip. ACVECC, Dip. ABVP

Hill Country Veterinary Specialists, Spicewood, Texas

Dr. Lisciandro qualified from Cornell University, completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at The Animal Medical Center, New York City, and a residency in Emergency and Critical Care in Texas. He has spent approximately half of his career in general practice and half in emergency and critical care, and his main interest is in point-of-care ultrasound. He has published many clinical studies and is currently co-owner of a specialist small animal practice and CEO of FASTVet.com, an education-based veterinary ultrasound company.

Contribution

Front line ultrasound imaging of the feline kidney

Front line ultrasound imaging of the feline kidney

Most practices nowadays will have access to an ultrasound machine, using it for selected imaging of clinical cases; in this paper Greg Lisciandro discusses how a structured approach to abdominal scanning can be part of the clinician’s first-line physical exam, and demonstrates how this can help rapid identification of renal abnormalities and related problems.

Front line ultrasound imaging of the feline urinary tract

Front line ultrasound imaging of the feline urinary tract

Most practices will have access to an ultrasound machine; in this paper Greg Lisciandro discusses how a structured approach to abdominal scanning can help rapid identification of potential bladder abnormalities and related problems.

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