Diagnostic Imaging

1 day course £95 + vat

Overview

Ultrasound is a key imaging modality in veterinary practice which has huge potential to narrow your differential diagnoses.
Maybe you are experienced with ultrasound, just starting out or looking for tips on optimising your current image acquisition. The depth of skills and knowledge offered by our Specialists and ultrasound practitioners is on hand during this ultrasound-focused day to leave you with a greater confidence in your own abilities.

key topics

  • Ultrasound image optimisation – physics and knobology
    This session will help you understanding the controls of your machine and open your eyes to image optimisation. You will then see things you have never seen before!
  • The 8-step abdominal ultrasound survey
    Taking a step-wise approach to abdominal ultrasound will give you the confidence that your scans are comprehensive and that all organ systems are evaluated fully.
  • Ultrasound of the gastrointestinal tract
    This session will familiarise you with the normal 5 layer appearance of bowel, differentiating large and small intestinal segments. General features of abnormality will be covered along with differentials including altered/lost wall layers, thickening, altered content and function. Specific diseases that ultrasound is good at identifying, such as intussusceptions and linear foreign bodies will be covered.
  • Ultrasound of the urinary tract
    The ultrasound appearance of the normal kidney, ureters and bladder will be illustrated which leads on to chronic renal disease and its differentials. Abnormalities of the renal pelvis and ureters including ureteral ectopia will be covered.
  • Emergency ultrasonography
    Ultrasound is valuable in the initial management and ongoing assessment of the emergency patient. Assessment of fluid content of cavities assists with diagnostic steps and this lecture will guide you towards optimal management.

Diagnostic Imaging

1 day course £95 + vat

Diagnostic Imaging

£95.00

An ultrasound-focused day to leave you with a greater confidence in your abilities

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Ultrasound is a key imaging modality in veterinary practice which has huge potential to narrow your differential diagnoses.
Maybe you are experienced with ultrasound, just starting out or looking for tips on optimising your current image acquisition. The depth of skills and knowledge offered by our Specialists and ultrasound practitioners is on hand during this ultrasound-focused day to leave you with a greater confidence in your own abilities.

Additional information

Location

East, North, South

Key details

Where and When

North

Holiday Inn Runcorn,
Wood Lane Beechwood, Runcorn
WA7 3HA

Date & Time

10 Sep 2019
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Speakers

Petra Agthe
Abby Caine
Angie Lloyd-Jones

1 day course £95 + vat

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