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Diagnosis Of Foot Problems In The Horse - A Series Of Weblecs For Vets And Farriers. Diagnostic Imaging: What To Use And When, With Prof Roger Smith Thur 1 November 2012 19:30 UK Time


12 years ago

Duration: 1 hour(s)
Cost: £30

This lecture will cover:

Radiographic imaging of the foot, including practical techniques for getting the best standard and lesion-orientated views, and the interpretation of common radiographic abnormalities

Ultrasonographic imaging of the foot – where ultrasound can be helpful, especially when there is no access to MRI, techniques and abnormalities

Advanced imaging modalities – a practitioner orientated introduction to what CT, MRI, distal interphalangeal joint arthroscopy and navicular bursoscopy can offer, when they are justified and examples of the most frequently identified pathology using these imaging modalities

Who is it for?

Equine veterinary surgeons and farriers

The Speakers

Professor Roger Smith, MA, VetMB, PhD, DEO, DipECVS, MRCVS Royal Veterinary College, London<br /> <br /> Roger is Professor of Equine Orthopaedics at the Royal Veterinary College, running a specialist orthopaedic service within the RVC and directing research into equine tendon disease.

The Venue

Online CPD/CE for Equine Vets – just fulfilling your required number of hours … or

Making your life as a vet more rewarding with improved knowledge and skills
Improving your level of care to your patients and their owners
Learning and sharing latest practical techniques and treatments across the globe

With WebLeC you:

Get direct access to world experts in equine medicine and surgery
Only attend the sessions you’re really interested in. Live or recorded
Save time, energy and cash by getting this training at home on your computer, tablet or smartphone. Watch at your leisure!

Vets in over 20 countries have attended our sessions – literally from Australia to Zambia.

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

1 hours

Registration and Booking

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