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Equine Ophthalmology Focus Meeting
Join us in an equine ophthalmology focus meeting with the highly regarded Dennis Brooks, DVM,PhD,DACVO
Summer Symposium Ultrasound Wetlab Hosted By Teva
TEVA is hosting this years Summer Symposium Ultrasound Wetlab at the Trails at Horseshoe Bay Sunday, August 16th, 2015. Come meet and listen to Animal Imaging's Radiologists Dr. Dana Neelis and Dr. Beth Biscoe, along with Dr. Mary Beth Whitcomb and Dr. William Symm, give interactive and hands-on demonstrations on horses, including imaging of the pelvis, stifle, suspensory and abdomen.
GR Vet Innovations Presents
New Surgery Techniques on the Standing Horse
What you will learn:
This program is designed to help equine practitioners expand their knowledge of laparoscopic surgery on the standing horse with the GR Trocar, which will enable you to safely close the nephrosplenic space in 30 minutes (without heavy coelioscopic instruments) as well as to perform many other surgeries.
Christian Bussy, DVM, DESV
Surgeon and founding partner of the “Grand Renaud” Equine Veterinary Clinic in Le Mans, France. Dr. Bussy is the author of numerous national and international publications and is heavily involved in research activities.
Juan Munoz, DVM, ECVS
Head of the surgical department at the UAX Veterinary School of Madrid. Dr. Munoz has authored many publications regarding surgical topics.
Sound Presents Ultrasound / Imaging Wet Lab
Sound presents ultrasound/imaging wet lab at Animal Imaging. Join us for a small group hands-on CE event featuring an ultrasound, radiology and MRI experience focusing on the equine stifle and cervical spine at the Animal Imaging Learning Center.
Join us for a small group hands-on CE event featuring an ultrasound, radiology and MRI experience focusing on the equine stifle and cervical spine at the Animal Imaging Learning Center
- This course is taught by board certified equine radiologists who are diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Radiology and members of the Large Animal Diagnostic Imaging Society
- Live horses, clinical cases and cadaver specimens
- Small group with hands-on experience
- Ultrasound, radiographic and MRI evaluation of the equine stifle
- Ultrasound and radiographic evaluation of the equine stifle and cervical spine
- Ultrasound guided injections of the spine
ISELP 3 Day Module
Animal Imaging is proud to host a proximal suspensory and distal hind limb 3-day module with ISELP on March 27th – 29th, 2015. The goal of the International Society for Equine Locomotor Pathology (ISELP) is to provide contemporary knowledge and techniques in the continually evolving field of equine locomotor analysis, which will better prepare the equine clinician to understand and manage lameness conditions in the equine athlete.
AAEVT Education Day
September 26th, 2014 - AAEVT Education Day
Hosted by Animal Imaging Clinic