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Mathieu Spriet- DVM, MS
Associate Professor of Clinical
Surgical & Radiological Sciences

101 Vet Med II
Davis, CA 95616

+1 530 752 7239
mspriet@ucdavis.edu

   

Specialty Focus

Diagnostic Imaging

Education

2002 DVM Veterinary Medicine, Ecole Nationale Veterinaire de Lyon, Lyon, France
2004 MS Clinical sciences, diagnostic imaging, University of Montreal, St Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada

Honors and Awards

2008 Best oral presentation, European Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (EVDI) meeting, Svolvaer, Norway.
2006 Best poster presentation, International Veterinary Radiology Association (IVRA) meeting, Vancouver, Canada.
2004 Pfizer research grant for graduate students, University of Montreal.

Licenses

Diplomate American Collage of Veterinary Radiology
Diplomate European College of Diagnostic Imaging

Active Research Grants

Principal Investigator, New magnetic resonance imaging approach to evaluation of tendons and ligaments in the equine foot, (Principal Investigator), Center for Equine Health

Principal Investigator, New magnetic resonance imaging approach to evaluation of tendons and ligaments in the equine cannon area, (Principal Investigator), Center for Equine Health

Most Recent 10 Publications

  • Link Icon 2013 Trela JM, Spriet M, Padgett KA, Galuppo LD, Vaughan B, Vidal MA Scintigraphic comparison of intra-arterial injection and distal intravenous regional limb perfusion for administration of mesenchymal stem cells to the equine foot. Equine Vet J,
  • Link Icon 2013 Sole A, Spriet M, Padgett KA, Vaughan B, Galuppo LD, Borjesson DL, Wisner ER, Vidal MA Distribution and persistence of technetium-99 hexamethyl propylene amine oxime-labelled bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells in experimentally induced tendon lesions after intratendinous injection and regional perfusion of the equine distal limb. Equine Vet J,
  • Link Icon 2013 Nogradi N, Magdesian KG, Whitcomb MB, Church M, Spriet M Imaging diagnosis-Aortic aneurysm and ureteral obstruction secondary to umbilical artery abscessation in a 5-week-old foal Vet Radiol Ultrasound,
  • Link Icon 2012 Sole A, Spriet M, Galuppo LD, Padgett KA, Borjesson DL, Wisner ER, Brosnan RJ, Vidal MA Scintigraphic evaluation of intra-arterial and intravenous regional limb perfusion of allogeneic bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells in the normal equine distal limb using (99m) Tc-HMPAO. Equine Vet J,
  • Link Icon 2012 Young AC, Dimock AN, Puchalski SM, Murphy B, Spriet M Magnetic resonance and radiographic diagnosis of osseous resorption of the flexor surface of the distal phalanx in the horse Equine Vet J,
  • Link Icon 2012 Piat P, Blond L, Spriet M, Galuppo L, Laverty S Fractures of the withers in horses Equine Vet Educ,
  • Link Icon 2012 Spriet M, Murphy B, Vallance SA, Vidal MA, Whitcomb MB, Wisner ER Magic angle magnetic resonance imaging of diode laser induced and naturally occurring lesions in equine tendons Vet Radiol Ultrasound,
  • Link Icon 2012 Vallance SA, Bell RJ, Spriet M, Kass PH, Puchalski SM Comparisons of computed tomography, contrast enhanced computed tomography and standing low-field magnetic resonance imaging in horses with lameness localised to the foot. Part 2: lesion identification Equine Vet J,
  • Link Icon 2012 Vallance SA, Bell RJ, Spriet M, Kass PH, Puchalski SM Comparisons of computed tomography, contrast enhanced computed tomography and standing low-field magnetic resonance imaging in horses with lameness localised to the foot. Part 1: anatomic visualisation scores Equine Vet J,
  • Link Icon 2012 Sole A, Spriet M, Galuppo LD, Padgett KA, Borjesson DL, Wisner ER, Brosnan RJ, Vidal MA Scintigraphic evaluation of intra-arterial and intravenous regional limb perfusion of allogeneic bone marrow-derived mesenchymal stem cells in the normal equine distal limb using 99mTc-HMPAO Equine Vet J,

Most Recent 5 Book Chapters

2012 Spriet M, Cissell DD: The magic angle effect in magnetic resonance imaging of the horse: a review, R Hagen, S Martig, ME Raw, A Zwingenberger, (ed), EAVDI Yearbook 2012, Cambridge, United Kingdom. 1-10.