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Radiology Search Newsletter from 02/03/2008

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New search mode: Veterinary Radiology

This time we dedicated the topic of the newsletter completely to Veterinary Radiology.

Visitors have asked if we could also implement features for a dedicated search for Veterinary Radiology.

You spoke - we listened!

The new veterinary search mode searches international Veterinary Radiology societies and other peer-reviewed websites which are dedicated to Veterinary Radiology. This search mode includes further refinements for increasing the specificity of the search. These refinements include more specific search for diagnosis, therapy, differential diagnosis, protocols, x-ray & fluoroscopy, ultrasound, CT, MRI and animals such as birds, cats, dogs, equine, livestock, reptiles, wildlife and domestic animals.


Screenshot of the search mode selection:


A quick tutorial about this new search mode can be found at the bottom ( click here ).

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New societies added:
New societies have been also just added to the society search as well as to the society quick jump menu, including the
  • International Veterinary Radiology Association (IVRA )
  • American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR )
  • European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (ECVDI )
  • European Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (EAVDI )
Screenshot of the society quick jump menu:


A quick tutorial about this function can be found at the bottom ( click here ).

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New journal added: Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound
Furthermore, we also included the Journal of Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound in our journal search and quick jump menu.


Screenshot of the journal quick jump menu:


A quick tutorial about this function can be found at the bottom ( click here ).





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Featured function:

In each newsletter we will feature a special function of RadiologySearch to become more familiar with the multiple features most users are not aware of.

This time we explain the Veterinary Radiology search mode and some other related functions:



Figure 1: The new search mode for Veterinary Radiology can be found in the search mode selection at the bottom.





Figure 2: After entering the term you are searching for, a list of search results from peer-reviewed and Veterinary Radiology specific websites are displayed.

Refinements help increasing the specificity of the search. These refinements include more specific search for diagnosis, therapy, differential diagnosis, protocols, x-ray & fluoroscopy, ultrasound, CT, MRI and animals such as birds, cats, dogs, equine, livestock, reptiles, wildlife and domestic animals.





Figure 3: Automatically, a background search for available images is performed and these results are displayed in a structured way to the right of the search results. The available images are categorized into "General, X-ray, Ultrasound, CT, MRI, Nuclear Medicine, Anatomy, Surgery and Illustrations". If this is not specific enough, a link for more (Radiology- ) specific images is provided.





Figure 4: Here is an example of available images in the "Quick image search" menu after searching for "Lipoma". Thumbnails of images about clinical findings, illustrations and intraoperative pictures are demonstrated. These images can be either seen in original size or the corresponding website can be visited with one click of a mouse.







Figure 5: A new Veterinary Radiology journal has been added to the journal search and quick jump menu: Journal of Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound .






Figure 6: New Veterinary Radiology societies have been added to the society search menu as well as to the society quick jump menu. (Here with a quick link to the EAVDI and ECVDI )




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