Royal Veterinary College
Duration: 2 hour(s)
Key Areas How to perform and get the most out of a complete ophthalmic examinationRecognising lesions and knowing what is normalPractice some ophthalmic procedures including subpalpebral lavage, temporary tarsorrhaphy, figure of eight, ocular ultrasound, periocular and retrobulbar blockAbout this course Having doubts about your equine eye examination? SPL keeps coming loose? Unsure if there is a cataract or not? We can help! Whether or not you have an interest in, or aversion to, ophthalmology, eye problems are a common occurrence in equine practice. The aim of this course is to provide equine practitioners with a solid understanding of the examination of the equine eye as well as some in the field ophthalmic procedures. The course will involve both theoretical and practical sessions including two sessions with live horses as well as cadaver material.Why do this course?You will improve your ophthalmic examination skills, learn how to get the most out of available equipment and most of all, gain confidence when performing minor surgical procedures.We kindly ask delegates to bring their own ophthalmoscopes and other examination tools that they may have
Who is it for?
Georgina Fricker , BVSc CertVOphthal DipECVO MRCVS Consultant Ophthalmologist Dick White Referrals Charlotte Dawson, BVetMed MVetMed DipECVO MRCVS Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Ophthalmology The Royal Veterinary College Bettina Dunkel, DVM PhD DipACVIM DipACVECC DipECEIM FHEA MRCVS Associate Professor in Equine Medicine The Royal Veterinary College Roser Tetas Pont, LV MSc DipECVO MRCVS Lecturer in Veterinary Ophthalmology The Royal Veterinary College
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