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Alistair Freeman

Alistair Freeman

BVM&S, PhD, Dip. SAS (Soft Tissue), MRCVS, Small Animal Teaching Hospital, Institute of Veterinary Science, University of Liverpool, UK

United Kingdom

Dr. Freeman graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1994 and remained there to complete a Junior Clinical Training Scholarship. After a spell in small animal practice, he returned to Edinburgh for a 5-year Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Training Scholarship, during which he obtained a Certificate in Small Animal Surgery and completed his PhD. He joined the staff at Liverpool in 2002 and gained the Diploma in Small Animal Surgery, alongside RCVS “Recognised Specialist” status in 2012. He currently holds the position of Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery.

Contributions from Alistair Freeman

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Right lateral radiograph of a cat showing disruption of the diaphragmatic silhouette

Issue number32.2 Published 08/12/2022

Traumatic diaphragmatic hernia in the cat

Diaphragmatic hernia is a common consequence of traumatic injury in cats and may be fatal if not promptly diagnosed and treated; this article reviews the pathophysiology and treatment of the condition.

By Alistair Freeman and Catrina Pennington