Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University
Amy F. Sato

Clinical Associate Professor

Campus Phone:
508-839-7941 x84235

Education

  • BS - Stanford University - 1990
  • DVM - University of California at Davis - 1996
House Officer Training
  • Radiology Residency - Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine - 1997-2000

Board Certification

  • American College of Veterinary Radiology - 2000

What is your diagnosis?

Author(s):Mueller, M.S. | Cunningham, S.M. | Sato, A.F.
Publication year: 2014
Journal / Book title: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

What is your diagnosis?

Author(s):Morrison, E.J. | Sato, A.F. | Geyer, N.E. | Blake, C.
Publication year: 2013
Journal / Book title: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

Reactive histiocytosis of the orbit and posterior segment in a dog

Author(s):Pumphrey, S.A. | Pizzirani, S. | Pirie, C.G. | Sato, A.F. | Buckley, F.I.
Publication year: 2013
Journal / Book title: Veterinary Ophthalmology

What is your diagnosis?

Author(s):Sutton, S.M. | Sato, A.F.
Publication year: 2012
Journal / Book title: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

Imaging characteristics of intrathoracic histiocytic sarcoma in dogs

Author(s):Tsai, S. | Sutherland-Smith, J. | Burgess, K. | Ruthazer, R. | Sato, A.
Publication year: 2012
Journal / Book title: Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound

Extralabel use of cabergoline in the treatment of a pituitary adenoma in a rat

Author(s):Mayer, J. | Sato, A. | Kiupel, M. | DeCubellis, J. | Donnelly, T.
Publication year: 2011
Journal / Book title: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

MAgnetic resonance imaging apparent diffusion coefficients for histologically confirmed intracranial lesions in dogs

Author(s):Sutherland-Smith, J. | King, R. | Faissler, D. | Ruthazer, R. | Sato, A.
Publication year: 2011
Journal / Book title: Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound

What is your diagnosis?

Author(s):Howard, M. | Sato, A.F. | Cunningham, S.
Publication year: 2010
Journal / Book title: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

What is your diagnosis?

Author(s):Tsai, S.L. | Sato, A.F.
Publication year: 2008
Journal / Book title: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

What is your diagnosis? Traumatic pulmonary pseudocysts.

Author(s):Oura, T.J. | Rozanski, E.A. | King, R.G. | Sato, A.F.
Publication year: 2008
Journal / Book title: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

Multiple meningiomas in three dogs

Author(s):McDonnell, J.J. | Kalbko, K. | Keating, J.H. | Sato, A.F. | Faissler, D.
Publication year: 2007
Journal / Book title: Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association

Ultrasonographic findings in abdominal mast cell disease: A retrospective study of 19 patients

Author(s):Sato, A.F. | Solano, M.
Publication year: 2004
Journal / Book title: Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound

Observer Variability of Tibial Plateau Slope Measurement in 40 Dogs with Cranial Cruciate Ligament-Deficient Stifle Joints

Author(s):Fettig, A.A. | Rand, W.M. | Sato, A.F. | Solano, M. | McCarthy, R.J. | Boudrieau, R.J.
Publication year: 2003
Journal / Book title: Veterinary Surgery

Cryptococcosis of the central nervous system in a dog

Author(s):O'Toole, T.E. | Sato, A.F. | Rozanski, E.A.
Publication year: 2003
Journal / Book title: Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

Radiographic diagnosis: Liver lobe entrapment and associated emphysematous hepatitis

Author(s):Sato, A.F. | Solano, M.
Publication year: 1998
Journal / Book title: Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound

General Research Interests

  • Ultrasonographic appearance of abdominal mast cell disease in dogs and cats
  • Contrast enhanced CT of the pancreas of dogs
  • T1-W FLAIR imaging of canine and feline brain lesions
  • MRI of canine insulinomas
  • Pulmonary CT angiography

Selected Research Projects

  • CT Evaluation of Pulmonary Hyperfusion

Teaching

  • Diagnostic Imaging
  • Respiratory Pathophysiology - Imaging of the Respiratory System
  • Radioanatomy and Working Principles of Medical Imaging

Research Interests by Area

Spontaneous Animal Disease Models
  • Use of diagnostic imaging for spontaneous animal disease: CT, MRI, nuclear scintigraphy