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ECPD Equine MRI Online 2021

Royal Veterinary College

2 years ago

Date: Monday 13th September, 2021 - Sunday 24th October, 2021
Start time: 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Duration: 6 hour(s)
Cost: £725

Key Areas Practical review of MRI technologyMRI anatomy of the distal limb (foot, pastern, fetlock and suspensory ligament)Protocols for acquiring MRI images of the foot, pastern, fetlock and suspensory ligamentLearn a practical and structured approach to read MRI imagesRecognise artefacts and incidental findingsPractice your MRI reading skills using casesAbout this course Are you using or planning to use MRI in your practice?This course is designed to help you to understand MRI technology and how it can best be utilised for your patients. Besides covering the basic physical principles, artefacts and acquisition protocols, participants will learn a systematic approach to read MR images and recognise lesions.For each area, the cross-sectional anatomy and normal variations will be reviewed. A variety of cases will be used for individual review and case discussion.Why do this course? At the end of the course you will have developed your own structured approach to read and interpret MR images as well as gained confidence in recognise common and not so common lesions.

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The Speakers

Tutors Dagmar Berner, DipECVDI MRCVS Lecturer in Equine Diagnostic Imaging The Royal Veterinary College Gabriel Manso Daz, DVM MSc PhD MRCVS Large Animal Diagnostic Imaging Resident, The Royal Veterinary College Lecturer in Large Animal Diagnostic Imaging, Universidad Complutense de Madrid Maren Hellige, MRCVS Large Animal Diagnostic Imaging Resident The Royal Veterinary College

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Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

42 hours

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