Musculoskeletal Dissection of the Horse and Dog

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Musculoskeletal Dissection of the Horse and Dog

This practical one–day hands-on Masterclass course will focus on the dissection of the MSK system of the horse and dog. Clinical relevance and biomechanics will be integrated into the teaching as a series of short lectures to break the dissection into sections. Delegates will have access to the dissection facilities together with museum specimens.

Course Code

VCPDMDHD

Course Date

22nd August 2017

Places Available

10

Course Fee

£157.50

Course Description

Topics to be covered include:

• Appendicular and axial MSK systems, dog.
• Appendicular MSK systems, horse

Learning Objectives:

By the end of the course the delegates should have an understanding and ability in the following areas:

• Relate surface anatomy to the underlying features.
• Critically relate MSK anatomy to clinical cases and biomechanics.
• Perform an ordered dissection of the MSK system of horses and dogs.
• Describe the biomechanical adaptions for cursorial specialisation.

Required Delegate Attributes:

This course is designed for veterinary nurses and allied animal health care and therapy professionals.

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