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How to take good Radiographs & Interpret them in Lame/Non-Lame Horses

Event

Title:
How to take good Radiographs & Interpret them in Lame/Non-Lame Horses
When:
Fri, 13. October 2017 - Sat, 14. October 2017
Category:
CE Training Opportunities

Description

Bringing Veterinary Science to Life

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How to take good Radiographs & Interpret them in Lame/Non-Lame Horses

October 13th - 14th, 2017

15 CE Credits

Kendall Road Equine Hospital - Elgin, IL (Just outside of Chicago)


This two-day practical course was developed for equine and mixed animal practitioners who are keen to further develop their skills in the field of equine musculoskeletal radiography, be it as a recent graduate or as a vet with extensive radiography experience. The lectures will be held in English (no translation but with Swedish moderation), very practically applicable, and will focus on radiographic techniques and image interpretation in the lame and non-lame horse. The panel of world-renowned diagnostic imagers will share common technical pitfalls, practical tips and tricks, erroneous image interpretations and pearls of wisdom openly and honestly with the attendees. The intended goal of this course is for every attendee to be competent at taking radiographs of every part of the equine skeleton by the end of the 2nd day and to correctly interpreting them.

The course fee includes lunches, coffee/tea breaks, extensive electronic course notes, a wine & cheese reception and a certificate of attendance. Attendees can choose to only attend the lectures (Lectures Only) on this course or can register for the entire course (Lectures & Practical Sessions).