Uterine torsion in dogs

Uterine Torsion – what it is, what to do There has been some concern recently in the canine world regarding the potential link between scanning and uterine torsion. Whether you

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Uterine wells in canines

This article follows on from a (ultimately rather heated!) discussion in our Facebook group. Both our beginners’ and AUA-members-only groups are forums where scanners-in-training and established scanning professionals, respectively, can

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Canine Pancreas

The pancreas is rarely seen during a pregnancy scan, but can occasionally be seen incidentally. Its purpose is to product insulin and glucagon to regulate blood sugar levels, and enzymes to

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Assessing the prostate with ultrasound

Prostate scanning for the purpose of diagnosis or treatment can only be performed by a veterinarian. However, a number of experienced scanners do check their own animals (never take the

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AUA Mission Statement

Below is the AUA’s proposal to the Regulator, submitted April 2016, to become a Community Interest Company (approval granted May, 2016).   SECTION A: The company’s activities will provide benefit

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The heart in the canine and human fetus

Yvette Lovis is a human obstetric sonographer, undertaking both NHS and private work. She also teaches canine pregnancy scanning to dog breeders and veterinarians. The following article is a guide

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