In preparation for an upcoming exhibition of Egyptian animal mummies, Brooklyn Museum curator Edward Bleiberg and conservationist Lisa Bruno joined forces with veterinary radiologist Anthony Fischetti to use one of the most powerful medical imaging tools—X-ray computed tomography (CT scan for short)—to reveal the inner secrets of mummified specimens in exquisite detail.
An abandoned dog walks again after losing his paws to frostbite.
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Dr. Anthony J. Fischetti, head of the diagnostic imaging service at The Animal Medical Center, examined animal mummies via CT scan — cats, birds, snakes, even baby crocodiles — hours after the artifacts were delivered from the Brooklyn Museum by truck. The museum acquired many of the objects, excavated from Egypt, in the first half … Continue reading Animals Did the Darndest Things
Learn more about the 2011 Westminster poster and its artist. Proceeds from the sale of the poster benefit The AMC.