Dr Ian David Jones BVetMed, MVetMed, CertVDI, DipECVDI, MRCVS

Imaging 

 

Publications, Presentations and Awards

FIRST AUTHOR

  • Computed tomographic findings in 12 cases of canine multi-centric lymphoma with splenic and hepatic involvement.
    I.D.Jones, A.D.Daniels, A.Lara-Garcia, L.M.Peters, P.Mantis.
    Journal of Small Animal Practice 2017; 58, 622-628.
  • Associations between dual phase computed tomographic features and histopathological diagnosis in 52 dogs with hepatic or splenic masses.
    I.D. Jones, C. R. Lamb, R. Drees, S. Priestnell, P. Mantis.
    Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound 2016; 57, 144-153.
  • Ultrasonographic measurement of flow mediated dilation in dogs with chronic valvular disease.
    I.D. Jones, V.Luis Fuentes, A. Boswood, M. Hezzell, D. Wrigglesworth, W. Moonarmart, J. Elliott.
    Journal of Veterinary Cardiology 2012; 14, 203-210.
  • Comparison of flow mediated vasodilation in femoral and brachial arteries in healthy dogs.
    I.D. Jones, V. Luis Fuentes, D. Wrigglesworth, E. Mort, J. Elliott.
    American Journal of Veterinary Research 2011; 72, 1029-37.
  • Evaluation of a flow-mediated vasodilation measurement technique in healthy dogs.
    I.D. Jones, V. Luis Fuentes, T. Fray, C. Vallance, J. Elliott.
    American Journal of Veterinary Research 2010; 71, 154-61.
  • In vitro comparison of bacterial contamination of peripheral intravenous catheter connectors.
    I.D. Jones, A.M. Case, K.B. Stevens, A. Boag, A.N. Rycroft.
    Veterinary Record 2009; 164, 556-57.
  • Factors contributing to the contamination of peripheral intravenous catheters in dogs and cats.
    I.D. Jones, A.M. Case, K.B. Stevens, A. Boag, A.N. Rycroft.
    Veterinary Record 2009; 164, 616-18.
  • What is your diagnosis? Large airway neoplasia (undifferentiated sarcoma) resulting in obstruction of the distal trachea.
    I.D. Jones, A. Klein.
    Journal of Small Animal Practice 2007; 48, 177-9.

CONTRIBUTING AUTHOR

  • Ultrasound-guided thoracic paravertebral block: cadaveric study in foxes (Vulpes vulpes).
    P. Monticelli, I.D.Jones, J Viscasillas.
    Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia 2017; 44, 968-972.
  • Practical Abdominal Ultrasound
    Panagiotis Mantis.
    2016, Grupo Asis Biomedia, Zaragoza, Spain.
  • Associations between respiratory signs and abnormalities reported in thoracic CT scans of cats.
    C. Lamb, I.D.Jones.
    Journal of Small Animal Practice 2016; 5, 561-567.
  • Computed tomographic findings in 57 cats with primary pulmonary neoplasia.
    S. Aarsvold, J.A. Reetz, J.K. Reichle, I.D. Jones, C.R. Lamb, M.G. Evola, M. A. Keyerleber, T. Drost, R. Kramer, A.J. Marolf, D.S. Gibbons, T.L. McKlveen.
    Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound 2015; 56, 272-277.
  • Flow mediated vasodilation in healthy ponies
    E.J.T. Finding, I.D. Jones, V. Luis Fuentes, N.J. Menzies-Gow.
    American Journal of Veterinary Research 2012; 73, 755-61.
  • Flow mediated vasodilation measurements in Cavalier King Charles Spaniels with increasing severity of myxomatous mitral valve disease.
    S.G. Moesgaard, C. Klostergaard, N.E. Zois, T. Teerlink, M. Molin, T. Falk, C.E. Rasmussen, V. Luis Fuentes, I.D. Jones, L.H. Olsen.
    Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 2012; 26, 61-8.

Bio

The highly-qualified Dr Jones PhD, BVetMed, MVetMed, CertVDI, DipECVDI, MRCVS, brings 14 years of valuable experience with him and is looking forward to contributing to the future success of our imaging department.

Dr Jones joins us from Pride Veterinary Centre, in Derby. He graduated from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in 2004 and the following year he completed an internship at the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals before forging forward with his career while working in both charity and private practices, mainly in and around London.

Dr Jones was awarded the RCVS Certificate in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging in 2009 and completed a PhD at the RVC in 2012.

He completed his Residency at the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals in 2016 and was awarded the European Diploma in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging in 2018.