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<br /> V<br /> Spring 2013<br /> VMTH surgeons have made great strides with minimally<br /> invasive surgeries by utilizing Interventional Radiology.<br /> MTH<br /> WILLIAM R. PRITCHARD VETERINARY MEDICAL TEACHING HOSPITAL<br /> HEARTBE T<br /> VMTH Pioneers Interventional Radiology<br /> As advances in veterinary medicine continue to improve<br /> the way we care for our patients, surgeons at the VMTH<br /> are playing an important role in leading that charge. Several<br /> minimally invasive and innovative techniques, collectively<br /> included under the specialty of Interventional Radiology<br /> (IR), were pioneered at UC Davis, and are now being utilized<br /> by other veterinary specialists around the world. The<br /> diseases that can be treated with the use of IR are constantly<br /> expanding, and—spearheaded by surgeons Dr. Bill Culp and<br /> Dr. Michele Steffey—the VMTH is leading the way in these<br /> therapies.<br /> “Being one <a title="VMTH_Heartbeat_Spring_13 page 1" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/3c867067?page=1"> V Spring 2013 VMTH surgeons have made great s</a> <a title="VMTH_Heartbeat_Spring_13 page 2" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/3c867067?page=2"> Dental & Oral Surgery Service Utilizes 3-D Printi</a> <a title="VMTH_Heartbeat_Spring_13 page 3" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/3c867067?page=3"> VMTH Implements Regenerative Medicine to Treat In</a> <a title="VMTH_Heartbeat_Spring_13 page 4" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/3c867067?page=4"> A Note From the Director Dear Colleagues, W</a>