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Kari L Anderson

Kari Anderson
DVM, Diplomat A.C.V.R.

Associate Clinical Professor, Radiology
Program Director, Medical Imaging

Contact Information: 
Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences
1332 Boyd Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55108

(612) 625-3762 (Office)
(612) 625-1200 (Medical Imaging Department)
(612) 624-0751 (Fax)


Education and Training:
University of Tennessee, Radiology Residency, 1996-1999
North Carolina State University, Internship, 1993-1994
University of Minnesota, DVM, 1993
University of Minnesota, Morris, BS, 1989

Board Certification / Professional Memberships:
American College of Veterinary Radiology, 1999
American College of Vet Radiology - Society of Nuclear Medicine
American College of Vet Radiology - Society of CT / MRI
American College of Vet Radiology - Society of Ultrasound

Teaching Interests:
Large Animal Normal Radiographic Anatomy
Musculoskeletal Disorders
Equine Imaging (including modern diagnostic imaging)
Special Procedures of the Gastrointestinal Tract of Small Animals
Sonography of the Upper and Lower Urinary Tract
Clinical Radiology and Ultrasonography

Research Interests:

Clinical Applications of Radiology
Nuclear Medicine

Selected Publications:
Feeney DA, Anderson KL, Ziegler LE, Jessen CR, Daubs BM, Hardy RM: Statistical relevance of ultrasonogrpahic criteria in the assessment of diffuse liver disease in dogs and cats. AM J Vet Res 2008;69:212-221.

Feeney DA, Jessen CR, Weichselbaum RC, Cronk DE and Anderson KL.  Relationship between orally administered dose, surface gamma emissions and urine radioactivity over time in radioiodine-treated hyperthyroid cats.  American Journal of Veterinary Research 64(10): 1242-1247; 2003.

McClanahan SL, Malone ED and Anderson  KL.  Bladder outlet obstruction in a 6-month-old alpaca secondary to pelvic displacement of the urinary bladder.  Can Vet J 46(3):247-9, 2005.

Verna M, Turner TA, Anderson KLScintigraphic, radiographic, and thermographic appearance of the metacarpal and metatarsal regions of adult healthy horses treated with nonfocused extracorporeal shock wave therapy – a pilot study. Veterinary Therapeutics 6(3):268-76, 2005.

Nielsen C, Todd JM, Cronk DE and Anderson KL.  What Is Your Diagnosis?  JAVMA 226(7):1055-1056, 2005.

Yoon J, Feeney DA, Cronk DE, Anderson KL and Ziegler LE.  Computed tomographic evaluation of canine and feline mediastinal masses in 14 patients.  Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound 45(6): 542-546; 2004.

Rudich, SR, Feeney DA, Anderson KL and Walter PA: Computed tomography of brachial plexus masses. (Published: Vet Radiol Ultrasound, 01/04)

Anderson KL., Toal RI., and Thomas WB. - An evaluation of intra- and inter- observer reproducibility of transcranial color-coded Doppler sonography velocity measurements in the dog. American College of Radiology Annual Scientific Meeting, Baniff, Alberta, Canada, August 1998





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