Joachim Kaminsky

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BACKGROUND Computed tomography (CT) is a well-established imaging technique in the diagnostics of equine sinunasal disease. High-field magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is becoming more readily available in equine veterinary medicine. MRI is appreciated for its superior ability to depict soft tissues with high contrast. To compare the established technique(More)
Tumors of the posterior orbit require different therapeutic modalities, depending on the histological entity. In the orbit all structures are in close relationship and the endocranium is in the direct proximity. This requires profound knowledge of topographic anatomy and high therapeutic precision. The surgical approach to the posterior orbit via a ventral(More)
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