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Webinar To Highlight The Clinical Relevance Of X-ray Versus CT Imaging For Exotics

6 months ago
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27th November, 2023 10h50

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VetCT


Exotic Vet Support, an international exotic animal veterinary teaching and telemedicine service, is hosting a free webinar in partnership with VetCT, a global teleradiology, teleconsulting and education provider, on diagnostic imaging for exotic species.

Dr David Reese, Director of VetCT Australia, Diplomate in veterinary diagnostic imaging and exotics imaging expert, will be speaking on; "Leveraging CT to Diagnose and Manage Unusual Pets", followed by a live QnA. The webinar will be hosted on 11th December, 08:00-09:00 by Dr Dean Felkler from Exotics Vet Support. Veterinary professionals around the globe are invited to register for the webinar via this link.

David Reese says, “This webinar is a fantastic opportunity to share knowledge about optimising imaging for exotic animals to reach an accurate diagnosis. The field of exotics imaging has rapidly advanced in recent years. With the increasing use of CT alongside traditional radiography, we can see so much more and provide high-quality reports to our client practices that empower them to give great care. We’re excited to support Exotic Vet Support with this CPD programme.”

Attendees will also receive an exclusive discount for the Exotic Vet Support Asia-Pacific (EVSAP) Conference 1st-2nd March 2024 in Sydney.

Dean Felkler says, “We are excited to be bringing this conference to the Asia-Pacific region in response to high demand for more CPD and networking for exotic animal clinicians. We’re thankful to VetCT for sponsoring the conference and providing this warm-up webinar to give attendees a taste of how informative and practical the content will be, and how much they and their patients will benefit from attending.”

The recording of the webinar will be available to registrants to watch back after the live session, and for attendees of the EVSAP Conference. For more details of the Conference and to book tickets, visit the website.

Details of the VetCT diagnostic image reporting service can be found via this link.


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