Equine – Individual Webinars (1-3 hrs)

 

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Library - The following Webinars are available On-Demand

Image Acid/Base Balance in Horses - Interpreting Arterial Blood Gas
Samples (3hrs)

MARK SENIOR  BVSc, CertVA, DECVAA, PhD, MRCVS
Price
$140USD

115€
$210AUD

This webinar was devised for veterinarians who need to understand acid/base balance, to increase their confidence in interpreting blood gas results and translate it into action for the benefit of their very sick or anaesthetised equine patients. Anaesthetists, internal medics, surgeons and nurses/technicians might all find this webinar to be beneficial.

Image The Cardiac Toolkit – New Gadgets & Developments in the World
of Equine Cardiology (1 hr)
CLAIRE UNDERWOOD van Eps  VetMB, MA, PhD
Price
$50 USD

40€
$75 AUD

Clinical Assistant Professor Claire Underwood van Eps is part of the New Bolton Center Diagnostic Imaging Team at the University of Pennsylvania, presents a review of novel portable devices for assessment of equine cardiovascular conditions in the field. Using case examples, she assesses these devices, their applications and their value to the practicing clinician.

Image Telehealth - more than a buzzword? An overview of the policies
surrounding telehealth and options for application in veterinary
practice (1 hr)
CLAIRE UNDERWOOD van Eps  VetMB, MA, PhD
Price
$50 USD

40€
$75 AUD

Telehealth is the use of medical information, exchanged between healthcare professionals from one site to another by electronic communication, to the benefit of the patient’s health. Social distancing and other preventive health measures introduced in response to Covid-19 have radically accelerated the development of telehealth technologies. This webinar from diagnostic imaging specialist Claire Underwood van Eps discusses the potential applications and benefits of telehealth in veterinary practice and the accompanying legal and logistical considerations.

Image Laryngeal Ultrasound - Indications & Technique (50 min)
CLAIRE UNDERWOOD van Eps  VetMB, MA, PhD
Price
$50 USD

40€
$75 AUD

Clinical Assistant Professor Claire Underwood van Eps is part of the New Bolton Center Diagnostic Imaging Team at the University of Pennsylvania, presents a ‘how to’ lecture reviewing the straightforward sonographic windows required for the examination of the larynx. Normal and abnormal sonographic findings are described, including those found in cases of arytenoid chondritis, recurrent laryngeal neuropathy and laryngeal dysplasia and other frequent causes of poor performance and respiratory noise in the horse.

Image Management of Equine Lower Airway Inflammation (1 hr)
SARAH SMITH  MA, VetMB, MVetMed, DACVIM, MRCVS
Price
$50 USD

≈40€
≈$75 AUD

Currently engaged as an internal medicine specialist at Langford Vets (University of Bristol), Sarah Smith presents our current understanding of the pathogenesis of equine lower airway inflammation in horses. Using this information she moves on to review contemporary and potential future treatment and management options and how they could best be used.

Image Investigation of Medical Colic (1 hr)
SARAH SMITH  MA, VetMB, MVetMed, DACVIM, MRCVS
Price
$50 USD

40€
$75 AUD

An aspiring triathlete and board-certified internal medicine specialist, Sarah Smith presents a comprehensive review of the diagnostic tests and examinations critical to the investigation of medical colic. She then uses a series of case-based examples that emphasize the clinician's judgement in the interpretation of results, which in turn leads to successful diagnosis.

Image “The Hindgut” – how has recent research shaped our
understanding of the large colon & colitis? (1 hr)
SARAH SMITH  MA, VetMB, MVetMed, DACVIM, MRCVS
Price
$50 USD

40€
$75 AUD

Internal Medicine specialist, Sarah Smith gives an overview of recent developments in the understanding of the pathophysiology, investigation and diagnosis of chronic colitis. This is accompanied by a review of the options available for the treatment of low-grade, chronic colitis and the current evidence base for those treatments.

Image Case-based Discussion of Colic in Late Gestation (1 hr)
SARAH SMITH  MA, VetMB, MVetMed, DACVIM, MRCVS
Price
$50 USD

40€
$75 AUD

Equine Internal Medicine Specialist, Sarah Smith presents an initial discussion of the investigation and monitoring of colic in late gestation. This is followed by a series of cases to illustrate how this knowledge can be applied in a clinical setting to mares with spasmodic colic, idiopathic intestinal haemorrhage and uterine torsion.

Image Common Musculoskeletal Injuries in Dressage and Show Jumping
Horses – Diagnosis, Treatment & Rehabilitation (1 hr)
ANA BOADO  DVM, DACVMSR, DECVSMR, CertEs(Orth), MRCVS
Price
$50 USD

40€
$75 AUD

Ana Boado reviews the most common orthopaedic injuries and diseases encountered in competitive dressage and show jumping horses in both first opinion and referral practice. Special attention is given to cases with multifocal and multilimb lameness with reference to advanced imaging, treatment and the monitoring of lesions during rehabilitation.

Image Usefulness & Limitations of Power Doppler Ultrasonography in
Equine Orthopaedics (1 hr)
ANA BOADO  DVM, DACVMSR, DECVSMR, CertEs(Orth), MRCVS
Price
$50 USD

40€
$75 AUD

Power doppler is three times more sensitive than conventional colour Doppler and is particularly useful for detecting areas of ischaemia and hyperaemia in areas of inflammation. Sports medicine specialist Ana Boado describes her experience with this modality and its diagnostic relevance with special reference to the origin and branches of the suspensory ligament, the digital flexor tendons, the tendon sheath, the collateral ligaments and other structures. Power doppler applications in respect to healing monitoring and evaluation of subclinical lesions as part of lameness and pre-purchase examinations will also be discussed.

Image Pass the Salt Please – Practical Recommendations for Electrolyte
use in Sport Horses (2 hr)
HAROLD SCHOTT  DVM, PhD, DACVIM
Price
$95 USD

80€
$140 AUD

American Specialist in Equine Internal Medicine Dr Hal Schott reviews the use of electrolytes in sports horses with particular emphasis on potential benefits and also possible adverse effects. His aim is to enable clinicians and horse owners to become more critical in evaluating commercial electrolyte supplements and to know how, why, where and when to use them.

Image Essentials of Equine MRI Interpretation – A case-based Approach
(2 hrs)
MYRA BARRETT  DVM, MS, BA, DACVR
Price
$95 USD

80€
$140 AUD

The webinar will provide education about the fundamentals of MRI indications, acquisition and interpretation in a case based, clinically relevant format. Discussion will include how to best elect the imaging study, the significance of findings and how to get the most out of the imaging results.

Image The Hock – A Comprehensive Overview (4.5 hrs)
JESSICA KIDD  BA, DVM, CertES(Orth), DECVS, MRCVS
Price
$180 USD

148€
$270 AUD

A RCVS and European Recognised Specialist in Equine Surgery, Jessica Kidd offers an in depth review of the normal anatomy and radiological features of the osseous and soft tissue structures of the hock. Normal findings are then compared and contrasted with pathological changes seen in osteochondrosis, osteoarthritis, collateral ligament injuries, fractures, sepsis, soft tissue swellings and injuries of the tarsal sheath. Confirmation of diagnosis, treatment options and prognoses for these conditions are discussed and illustrated with a series of clinical cases.

Image Diagnosing & Treating Subchondral Bone Disease (2 hrs)
JESSICA KIDD  BA, DVM, CertES(Orth), DECVS, MRCVS
Price
$95 USD

80€
$140 AUD

Jessica Kidd, DECVS has been involved in equine lameness diagnostics and surgery for over twenty years and will be using the fetlock joint as a model to discuss the aetiopathogenesis of subchondral bone disease. In this webinar she will furthermore provide the latest available information on how to diagnose and treat subchondral bone disease of the fetlock and carpus in the horse.

Image Common Non-Orthopaedic Surgical Conditions of the Foal (2 hours)
JESSICA KIDD  BA, DVM, CertES(Orth), DECVS, MRCVS
Price
$95 USD

80€
$140 AUD

In this webinar RCVS and European Recognised Specialist in Equine Surgery, Jessica Kidd, will cover common non-orthopaedic conditions of the foal which may require surgical intervention, such as umbilical infections, patent urachus, ruptured bladder and hernias. It will focus on case selection, timing of surgery and pre- and post-surgical considerations and prognosis as well as an introduction to the surgical techniques.

Image Foal Intensive Care in a Practice Situation
JESSICA KIDD  BA, DVM, CertES(Orth), DECVS, MRCVS
Price
$70 USD

60€
$100 AUD

In this webinar RCVS and European Recognised Specialist in Equine Surgery, Jessica Kidd, discusses how to develop and carry out a treatment plan for a sick foal in a practice setting, when referral to a hospital is not available or feasible. Septicaemia will be used as a template to provide an overview of all the considerations for treatment and specific manifestations of septicaemia such as septic arthritis and diarrhoea that practitioners should consider.

Image One thousand stifle arthroscopies – What have I learnt? (1.5 hrs)
GRAHAM MUNROE  BVSc(Hons), PhD, CertEO, DESM, DECVS, FRCVS
Price
$50 USD

40€
≈$80 AUD

European & RCVS Specialist in Equine Surgery, Graham Munroe has been treading the boards of equine referral practice for over forty years. In this webinar he analyses the results of more than one thousand stifle arthroscopic procedures, performed by the same surgeon over a 30-year period. Clinical histories, signs, diagnostic imaging and surgical findings, post-operative care and rehabilitation regimes are all discussed together with the results of the surgical interventions and their relation to long-term prognoses for a range of stifle diseases and injuries.

Image Colic - When to refer.. (1.5 hrs)
GRAHAM MUNROE  BVSc(Hons), PhD, CertEO, DESM, DECVS, FRCVS
Price
$50 USD

40€
$80 AUD

Graham Munroe, European and RCVS Specialist in Equine Surgery, has spent more than forty years in clinical and referral equine practice, where colic cases form a substantial and challenging part of the caseload. This comprehensive webinar will help the practicing clinician develop a logical and practical approach to the assessment of the colic patient in the primary practice setting. Throughout, he places special emphasis on how to identify those cases where referral should be considered for evaluation, monitoring and intensive care with or without surgery.

Image Miscellaneous Gait Abnormalities in the Horse (1.5 hrs)
GRAHAM MUNROE  BVSc(Hons), PhD, CertEO, DESM, DECVS, FRCVS
Price
$50 USD

40€
$75 AUD

European & RCVS Specialist in Equine Surgery Graham Munroe is especially interested in orthopaedic and general soft tissue surgery. Sure to be a vital resource for any equine practitioner, this webinar from Graham reviews our current understanding of those peculiar but commonly encountered conditions that manifest as equine gait abnormalities including shivering, stringhalt, ossifying myopathy and syndromes affecting the patella and peroneus tertius.

Image Clinical Experience with GOLDIC - Case-Discussions (20 mins)
DAVID ARGÜELLES  DVM, LV, Ms, PhD, DECVS
Price
$25USD

20€
$40 AUD

Dr. David Argüelles introduces GOLDIC (specially designed gold particles that induce cytokine production), an autologous enriched serum. How does it work? What are the indications for its use in the horse? How does it compare with other regenerative therapies? Dr. Argüelles answers these questions and presents a series of clinical cases.

Image Clinical Experience with Radiofrequency in Horses -
Clinical Cases & Research (45 min)
DAVID ARGÜELLES  DVM, LV, Ms, PhD, DECVS
Price
$50 USD

40€
$75 AUD

Dr. David Argüelles introduces the physics, indications and use of radiofrequency devices in sport horses. The device generates electromagnetic currents at a constant and stable radiofrequency (RF), to produce bio-stimulatory effects and is widely used in physiotherapy of professional human athletes. Dr Argüelles presents his own experience of its use with clinical equine cases and discusses a range of international research publications.

Image Fluid Therapy for Colic/Diarrhea - IV & Enteral (incl. Cases)
(2hr 30 mins)
BEN SYKES  BSc, BVMS, MS, DACVIM, DECEIM, MBA, PhD
Price
$95USD

80€
$150AUD

The fluid lectures will focus on an initial review of the key principles of fluid therapy and its monitoring. The pros and cons of electrolyte supplementation will be reviewed. A particular focus will be paid to the use of non-conventional fluids including enteral fluids, in both hospital and field settings, Carboy IV fluids, and rectal fluids.

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Webinar Series:  Consult with Dr. Dennis Brooks

Image Part 1: Equine Ophthalmic Diagnostics Made Simple (3 hrs)
DENNIS BROOKS  DVM, PhD, DACVO
Price
$140 USD

115€
$210 AUD
Learn how to examine the equine eye thoroughly and perform routine diagnostic procedures and treatment techniques from internationally acclaimed ophthalmologist Dr. Dennis Brooks. The lectures will apply the knowledge of eye anatomy and physiology to improve the skills of observation and diagnosis. Procedures covered by the videos include interpreting eye colour changes; the use of corneal dye to assess abrasions and ulcers; the use of serum and plasma for corneal therapy; and much more.
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Image Part 2: Equine Ophthalmology Beyond Basics (3 hrs)
DENNIS BROOKS  DVM, PhD, DACVO
Price
$140 USD

115€
$210 AUD
This three-hour webinar is aimed at veterinarians with a working knowledge of equine ophthalmology. World-renowned specialist Dr Dennis Brooks shares his thoughts and approach to the more advanced diagnostic and therapeutic techniques with the aid of detailed video demonstrations. Nerve blocks, the use of corneal glue, ultrasound examinations of the eye and basic surgery of the equine cornea are among the topics to be discussed.
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Image Part 3: Live Case-Discussion with Dennis Brooks (3 hrs)
DENNIS BROOKS  DVM, PhD, DACVO
Price
$140 USD

115€
$210 AUD
Dennis Brooks presents a series of fascinating cases and shares the breadth and depth of his experience acquired in a career spanning more than 40 years in equine ophthalmology. The session will emphasize when to review the diagnostic process and how to adapt treatment and management plans. Using electronic voting, participants were encouraged to share their opinions on how to investigate and treat the presented horses.
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Webinar Series:  Consult with Prof. Derek Knottenbelt

Image Consult with Prof. Derek Knottenbelt: Horses get cancer too...
(Part 1) (2 hrs)
DEREK KNOTTENBELT  OBE, BVM&S, DVM&S, DECEIM, MRCVS
Price
$95 USD

80€
$140 AUD

This lecture discusses the mechanisms of cancer development in broad terms using equine cancer states as examples where appropriate. It is imperative to understand the mechanisms behind the development of neoplastic diseases, because only then can we understand why and how specific types of neoplasia develop in specific locations. As Prof. Tony Stannard once said, "You cannot expect to treat something that you do not understand”. We will try to answer some of the difficult aspects of cancer development and outline specific pathophysiology aspects.

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Image Consult with Prof. Derek Knottenbelt: Equine Sarcoids –
A common disease, but how well do we really understand it?
(Part 2) (2.5hrs)
DEREK KNOTTENBELT  OBE, BVM&S, DVM&S, DECEIM, MRCVS
Price
$140 USD

115€
$210 AUD

Sarcoids are the most common tumour in horses by far and affect all equid species in all parts of the world. Sarcoids are a persistent cause of significant legal wrangles between owners and veterinarians, particularly in relation to pre-purchase examinations. The main problem with sarcoids is that we do not understand either its aetiopathogenesis nor its epidemiology. This lecture reviews the classification of sarcoids, epidemiological aspects, diagnosis and control of the disease. Finally, we will try to explain why there are over 40 recognised sarcoid treatments...

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Image Consult with Prof. Derek Knottenbelt: Equine Melanoma –
Debunking the Dogma (Part 3) (2 hrs)
DEREK KNOTTENBELT  OBE, BVM&S, DVM&S, DECEIM, MRCVS
Price
$95 USD

80€
$140 AUD

Equine melanoma is a very common condition often affecting grey horses but not too rarely also horses of other colours, sometimes very seriously. In the past, we have all been taught to leave them alone on the basis that horses will die with them, but not because of them. Historically this was an acceptable approach, when horses rarely reached 15 years of age. Now that horses are expected to live into their 30s and sometimes 40s, our attitude to the disease has to change. This lecture will also discuss diagnostic and therapeutic options and their limitations.

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Image Consult with Prof. Derek Knottenbelt: What do you know about
Equine Carcinomas? (Part 4) (2 hrs)
DEREK KNOTTENBELT  OBE, BVM&S, DVM&S, DECEIM, MRCVS
Price
$95 USD

80€
$140 AUD

Carcinoma is the 3rd most common type of tumour in horses and is associated with the greatest malignancy. All major organs can be affected by carcinomas and diagnosis and treatment may represent a significant challenge. Carcinomas affecting the skin are usually very obvious, frequently belittled and largely ignored until it’s too late to address them effectively. Why do carcinomas represent such a challenge to equine clinicians?

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Image Consult with Prof. Derek Knottenbelt: If it isn't a Sarcoid,
and it isn't a melanoma and it isn't a carcinoma, what is it? (Part 5)
(2 hrs)
DEREK KNOTTENBELT  OBE, BVM&S, DVM&S, DECEIM, MRCVS
Price
$95 USD

80€
$140 AUD

Many different types of rare tumours exist, affecting the skin in particular and there are principles of examination that enable us to identify what these are. The difficulty with many of these conditions is that they are rare and might be underreported as they are commonly misdiagnosed. The difference between tumour-like conditions and tumours can be subtle and if one gets it wrong, it can have grave consequences. This lecture will help to clarify how to better diagnose rare tumours and to differentiate them from tumour-like conditions.

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Image Consult with Prof. Derek Knottenbelt: Paraneoplastic Syndrome –
How to recognise it early… (Part 6) (2 hrs)
DEREK KNOTTENBELT  OBE, BVM&S, DVM&S, DECEIM, MRCVS
Price
$95 USD

80€
$140 AUD

Paraneoplastic syndromes are commonly overlooked and whilst neoplasia of internal organs and structures are rare in horses compared to most other species, they are easily missed and opportunities for early intervention are lost. This lecture will discuss how to interpret the signs of paraneoplastic syndromes correctly and as early as possible.

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Image Consult with Prof. Derek Knottenbelt: Internal Neoplastic
Diseases – All hope lost? (Part 7) (2 hrs)
DEREK KNOTTENBELT  OBE, BVM&S, DVM&S, DECEIM, MRCVS
Price
$95 USD

80€
$140 AUD

Internal neoplastic diseases are rare and few people have extensive experience with these conditions. Late presentation makes a diagnosis easy but unfortunately, little can be done in advanced cases. Early diagnosis is therefore of the essence and internal neoplastic diseases should remain on the differential diagnosis list in horses with vague and non-specific clinical signs until a final diagnosis has been definitively confirmed.

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Look out for the complimentary webinar on 'Consult with Prof. Virginia Reef: The Hunt for Equine Neoplasia – Where does Ultrasound fit in? (Lectures & Interactive Case- Discussions)' with Prof. Virginia Reef.

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Webinar Series:  Consult with Prof. Virginia Reef

Image Consult with Prof. Virginia Reef: FAST and Complete Abdominal
Ultrasound in Acute/Chronic Colic – Lectures & Interactive
Case-Discussions (Part 2) (2.5 hrs)
VIRGINIA REEF  BA, DVM, DACVIM, DACVSMR
Price
$140 USD

115€
$210 AUD

The FLASH is the initial sonographic examination performed in horses with acute colic and is used to assess whether surgical intervention is indicated. Understanding the limitations of the FLASH is important, and will be discussed. In horses with chronic colic, a complete abdominal ultrasound examination is the examination of choice. This results in a complete examination of all the imageable portions of the gastrointestinal tract and other organs that can cause colic, resulting in the ability to diagnose a wide variety of gastrointestinal abnormalities.

Image Consult with Prof. Virginia Reef: The Hunt for Equine Neoplasia –
Where does Ultrasound fit in? (Lectures & Interactive Case-
Discussions; Part 1) (3 hrs)
VIRGINIA REEF  BA, DVM, DACVIM, DACVSMR
Price
$140 USD

115€
$210 AUD

The hunt for neoplasia using ultrasound will focus primarily on exploring the thorax and abdomen, but also its use in identifying soft tissue masses. The sonographic characterization of obvious masses and the identification of more subtle abnormalities, consistent with neoplasia, will be discussed. Evaluation of blood flow to and in the mass is valuable. The use of ultrasound-guided fine needle aspirates and biopsies are an integral part of confirming the diagnosis.

Image Consult with Prof. Virginia Reef: Cardiac Evaluation Options
in a Prepurchase Setting – Lectures & Interactive Case-Discussions
(Part 3) (3 hrs)
VIRGINIA REEF  BA, DVM, DACVIM, DACVSMR
Price
$140 USD

115€
$210 AUD

While normal arrhythmias and murmurs in horses abound, determining their significance in the prepurchase setting can be challenging. ECG (resting and exercising) and echocardiography are the mainstays of determining the significance of an arrhythmia or murmur, respectively. Obtaining ECG, auditory and POCUS recordings on a smart phone, which can be emailed to a specialist, aid the practitioner in determining when to refer. This session will focus on cardiac abnormalities detected in the prepurchase setting and determining their significance.

Image Consult with Prof. Virginia Reef: Cardiology Treasure Trove for
Experienced Practitioners – Lectures & Interactive Case-
Discussions (Part 4) (3 hrs)
VIRGINIA REEF  BA, DVM, DACVIM, DACVSMR
Price
$140 USD

115€
$210 AUD

This session will explore diagnosing and managing the more uncommon and challenging cardiac diseases. We will delve in depth into pericardial diseases, endocarditis and complex congenital cardiac diseases. Also, recognizing myocardial diseases can be challenging when obvious changes in myocardial echogenicity is lacking. We will explore advanced methods of assessing myocardial function. Extensive case discussions will round off this session and give attendees the opportunity to expand their experience on how to apply the theory on horses with challenging cardiac problems.

Image Consult with Prof. Virginia Reef: Ultrasonographic Evaluation of
the High-Risk Pregnant Mare – Lectures & Interactive
Case-Discussions (Part 5) (3 hrs)
VIRGINIA REEF  BA, DVM, DACVIM, DACVSMR
Price
$140 USD

115€
$210 AUD

This is an in depth session on sonographic examination of the high-risk pregnant mare. This session will discuss the technique, assessment of fetal size, twins, the findings indicating fetal distress and placental disease. Abnormalities that increase the risk of a negative outcome will be discussed, including hydrops.

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Webinar Series:  In-depth Update on Equine Tendon & Ligament Injuries: Pathogenesis, Diagnosis & Management – On demand

Image Module 1 – The Foundations – Tendon/Ligament Science &
Clinical Evaluation (2 hrs)
ROGER SMITH  MA, VetMB, PhD, DEO, DECVSMR, DECVS, FRCVS
Price
$95 USD

80€
≈$140 AUD

It is believed that most soft tissue injuries occur as a consequence of preceding degenerative change within the tissue. Research continues to advance our understanding of these processes and is providing opportunities for intervention in the degenerative process. The first lecture will review the current theories behind how and where degenerative changes occur and what preventative strategies can be considered. Vital to successful diagnosis and management of soft tissue injuries is the accurate diagnosis of the tendon or ligament involved. This second lecture will also outline the key steps in a diagnostic evaluation of a tendon or ligament injury up to, but not including, imaging, which will be the subject of the next module.

Image Module 2 – Diagnostic Imaging of Tendon & Ligament
Disease (2 hrs)
ROGER SMITH  MA, VetMB, PhD, DEO, DECVSMR, DECVS, FRCVS
Price
$95 USD

80€
≈$140 AUD

The first lecture will cover the equipment and techniques for ultrasound examination of tendon and ligaments, including a review of the normal ultrasonographic anatomy of the palmar/plantar metacarpal/metatarsal and pastern regions. The second lecture will review the use of ancillary ultrasonographic techniques (Doppler and Ultrasound Tissue Characterisation), together with radiographic techniques (plain, contrast, standard and CT), as well as the use of other advanced imaging such as gamma scintigraphy and MRI to assist with diagnosis and monitoring of tendon and ligament pathology. It will also include future possibilities including Positron Emission Tomography (PET).

Image Module 3 – Treatment Principles & Options (2 hrs)
ROGER SMITH  MA, VetMB, PhD, DEO, DECVSMR, DECVS, FRCVS
Price
$95 USD

80€
≈$140 AUD

There are common approaches for many overstrain injuries of tendons and ligaments. The first lecture will review the phases of tendon healing to provide an overarching approach to the treatments most appropriate for each phase of healing. In addition, guidance on the most appropriate rehabilitation programmes will be presented. Tendon lacerations present a significant proportion of distal limb traumatic injuries. A rational treatment approach to these injuries, injured surgical options and coaptation methods will be discussed in the second lecture.

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Webinar Series:  In-Depth Equine Ophthalmology with Drs. Dennis Brooks & Brian Gilger – On Demand

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Webinar Series:  In-Depth Update on Equine Muscle Disorders - On demand Recordings

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