C-VC.1 Cardiovascular Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology

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About the course

The candidate will be expected to demonstrate an understanding of the relevance and application of this basic science in anatomy, physiology and pathology in relation to cardiovascular medicine and surgery in veterinary practice. 

This module is intended to cover the anatomy, physiology and general pathology of the heart, cardiovascular and respiratory systems, with application to all major species of veterinary concern. The practical application of theoretical knowledge to clinical practice, pharmacology and comparative medicine will be emphasised.


Kieran Borgeat, BSc BVSc MVetMed CertVC MRCVS DipACVIM 
Visiting Lecturer in Veterinary Cardiology, 
Royal Veterinary College 

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