How to take good Radiographs & Interpret them in Lame/Non-Lame Horses

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This course comprehensively covers how to acquire and interpret radiographs of the front- and hindlimbs, hip, pelvis, neck and back in lame and non-lame horses.  The panel of world-renowned diagnostic imagers will share common technical pitfalls, practical tips and tricks, erroneous image interpretations and pearls of wisdom openly and honestly with the attendees.  As part of the 9 hours of case-discussions and x-ray wetlabs on live horses attendees will get plenty of opportunities to further their radiography skills at the following stations:

  • Acquiring good x-rays of the Foot, Pastern & Fetlock on live horses   
  • X-ray Technique of the Carpus & Elbow on live horses
  • Acquiring good x-rays of the Tarsus & Stifle on live horses     
  • X-ray Technique for Shoulder & Neck on live horses                 
  • Acquiring good x-rays of the Hip & Pelvis on live horses         
  • X-ray Technique for the Back on live horses      
  • Foot, Pastern & Fetlock Case-Discussions         
  • Carpus & Tarsus Case-Discussions                                             
  • Stifle Case-Discussions                
  • Elbow, Shoulder & Neck Case-Discussions
  • Back, Hip & Pelvis Case-Discussions                  
  • Pre-Purchase Case-Discussions

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