International Veterinary Information Service - IVIS
AOVET Improving Patient Care Cross Species

Title 
Small Animal Computed Tomography

Date 
Nov. 18-22, 2019

Location 
tba, tba, Guilin, China

Description 
Course Masters: Prof. Dr. Rachel Pollard, DVM, PhD, DACVR, Professor of Diagnostic Imaging UC Davis (USA) Dr. Angela Hartman, DVM, DACVR, Southern Veterinary Imaging (NZ) The purpose of this training program is familiarize participants with the basics of computed tomography so that they will feel comfortable prescribing, acquiring and interpreting basic CT studies. Upon completion of the course, participants will have a basic understanding of CT technology, knowledge of common CT acquisition techniques, proficiency in image viewing and manipulation using DICOM viewing software. In addition, participants will develop a systematic method for evaluating CT studies so that they will feel comfortable distinguishing normal from abnormal, determining the significance of common lesions, and developing a list of differential diagnoses. Material will be presented in lecture and discussion formats with a heavy emphasis on case-based learning and student-instructor interaction. Participants will be expected to review case material outside of classroom time to develop individual abilities.

Website 
https://www.esavs-asia.org/en/events-cou...

Species 
Canine, Feline

Language 
English

Translations 
Yes

Organizers 
European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies Asia (ESAVS)

Contact 
Katja Müller

Contact  Address 
Am Bahnhof 2 55765 Birkenfeld

Email 
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