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Dr Alex Young

Qualifications: BVSc(Hons I) DACVR

Specialisation: Radiologist

Biography:

Dr. Alex Young commenced her outstanding career as a General Equine Intern at Agnes Banks Equine Clinic in Sydney before relocating to Gloucestershire in the UK for a year prior to returning. In 2010, Dr. Young commenced as a Resident in Radiology at the University of California, Davis USA to hone her skills as a lameness diagnostician before completing her specialisation in Large Animal Ultrasound at Davis. Dr. Young is now a Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging at the University of Queensland.

Publications:

Localised neurogenic atrophy as a sequela to putative paraneoplastic polyneuropathy in a horse with mesothelioma. Wood K, Stewart A, Bertin F-R, Suen W, Owen H, Young A. Equine Veterinary Education 2018 (Submitted for Review October)

Magnetic Resonance and Radiographic Imaging of a Case of Bilateral Bipartite Navicular Bones in a Horse. Harcourt M, Smith C, Bell R, Young A. Australian Veterinary Journal 2018 Vol 96 (11) pg. 464-469

Case Report: Lipoma of the long digital extensor tendon sheath in a horse. Owens C, Young A, Loukopoulos P, Hilbert BJ. Equine Veterinary Education 2017 Vol 29 (9) pg. 484-487

Use of gadoxetic acid for computed tomographic cholangiography in healthy dogs. Chau J, Podadera JM, Young, AC, Makara, M. American Journal of Veterinary Research 2017 Vol 78 (7) pg.828-839

Estimation of time to peak contrast enhancement of the aorta and liver in dogs for dual-phase computed tomography on the bases of contrast medium arrival time, injection duration and injection technique in dogs. Chau J, Young, AC, Dhand N, Makara M. American Journal of Veterinary Research 2016 Vol 77(10) pg.1093-1100

Pneumonia caused by Klebsiella spp. in 46 horses: clinical, clinicopathologic, radiographic and pathological findings (1993-2013). Estell KE, Kozikowski T, Swain EA, Byrne B, Young AC, Reilly C,Kass P, Aleman MR. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 2015 Vol 30 (1) pg.314-321

Tracheal and colonic resection and anastomosis in a boa constrictor (Boa constrictor) with T-cell lymphoma. Summa N, Sanchez-Migaalon Guzman D, Hawkins M, Grosset C, Chen V, Goldsmith D, KeelK, Woolard K, Young A, Bucy D, Steffey M. Journal of Herpetological Medicine and Surgery 2015 Vol25 (3-4) pg. 87-99

Diagnostic imaging in veterinary dental practice: Supernumerary molar teeth in a 4-year-old horse. Henry TJ, Young AC. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 2014 Vol 245 (5) pg.1-4

Central Vestibular Disease in a Blue and Gold Macaw (Ara ararauna) With Cerebral Infarction and Hemorrhage. Grosset C, Guzman DSM, Keating K, Gaffney PM, Lowenstine L, Zwingenberger A, Young AC, Vernau KM, Sokoloff AM, Hawkins MG. Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery 2014 Vol 28 (2)pg.132-142

Magnetic resonance and radiographic diagnosis of osseous resorption of the flexor surface of the distal phalanx in the horse. Young AC, Dimock A, Puchalski S, Murphy B, Spriet M. Equine VeterinaryJournal 2012 Vol 44 pg. 3-7

Presented at:
• American College of Veterinary Radiology, Annual Meeting 2011
– Clinical Paper Abstract
• UC Davis House Officer Seminar Day 2011

Ultrasonographic features of septic synovial structures in 62 horses (2004-2009). Young AC, Vaughan B, Macdonald MH, Whitcomb MB (In preparation)

Presented at:
• American Association of Equine Practitioners 2010
– Clinical Paper Abstract
• American College of Veterinary Radiology, Annual Meeting 2010
– Clinical Paper Abstract
• Equine Veterinarians Australia, Annual Bain Fallon Conference 2010
– Clinical Paper Abstract
AWARDED: EVA Norman Larkin Prize for Best Clinical Paper Abstract
• UC Davis House Officer Seminar Day 2010
– Clinical Paper Abstract

Acute lameness associated with peri-renal carcinoma in a horse. Young AC, Hoffman KL, Begg AP, Major DA. Australian Veterinary Journal 2010 Vol 88 (9): pg346-350

Presented at:
• Equine Veterinarians Australia, Annual Bain Fallon Conference 2008
– Clinical Paper Abstract

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