Sponsored by Hallmarq Veterinary Imaging. When the lameness diagnosis requires collaboration to get to the root of the issue, the interplay between clinical exam and imaging findings can be tricky. This lecture will focus on out-the-door strategies to help practitioners maximize imaging bandwidth, navigate cases with advanced imaging findings and tackle the curve-ball diagnosis through interactive case examples and panel discussion.
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You will receive a single certificate verifying your receipt of 16 hours of RACE-approved credit once you complete all sessions (either live or on-demand). Live presentations and/or on-demand videos must be viewed completely to qualify for credit.
DVM, MS, DABVP,
Colorado State University
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8/13/20 11:30 am
Hi, I watched the first half of the session "on demand" and unfortunately the cursor movements do not show up when Dr Selberg is describing what he sees on the xrays and ultrasounds. I've tried watching it on 3 computers, so it may not be my lack of technology. Do I need to watch it in "real time" to be able to see the cursor movements? Or do I need another computer? I've done the "system check" to make sure my computer can support the sessions.
Thanks for any advice - I think I'll get more out of theses sessions if I can see what is being described!
8/18/20 3:32 am
Very educated, and useful for field practitioner like me Thank you Dr. Donatelli