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  • What you gonna be when you graduate?

    According to the American Medical Veterinary Association, 77 percent of veterinarians who work in private medical practices treat pets. These practitioners usually care for dogs and cats but also treat birds, reptiles, rabbits, ferrets, and other animals that can be kept as pets. About 16 percent of veterinarians work in private mixed and food animal practices, where they see pigs, goats, cattle, sheep, and some wild animals in addition to farm animals. A small proportion of private-practice veterinarians, about 6 percent, work exclusively with horses.

  • The I.V.S.A. exists to benefit the animals and people of the world by harnessing the potential and dedication of veterinary students to promote the international application of veterinary skills, education and knowledge.

    The Association has members all over the world and is constantly seeking to establish links with non-member countries, to encourage the exchange of ideas and values. The I.V.S.A. is a non-political organisation, and its official language is English.

  • This is an excellent introduction to cytology and focuses on the common sites aspirated in clinical practice. Course module contains three extensive units that cover cytology overview with an identification of cell components and backgrounds, an in-depth study of the lymph node and how it reacts to diseases, and cytology of skin and subcutaneous tissue featuring lesions and neoplasia.

  • This course is designed to cover basic concepts as well as to delve into the intricacies of radiographic diagnosis.

    The student will gain an understanding and use of radiation safety practices in diagnostic imaging as well as give insight into other imaging modalities. Each aspect of making and interpreting radiographs from a physic/technique basis is covered. Students will be exposed to concepts and techniques in radiographic diagnosis related to small animal musculoskeletal disease, abdominal radiography, thoracic radiography, and spinal radiography. Specific anatomic discussion is included in each module and illustrated to help the participant 'see' the anatomic structure on the radiograph.

    Module 1, Radiation: Concepts and History, and Module 2, Radiographic Image Production, are available to licensed, registered, or certified veterinary technicians.

  • This course offers both a comprehensive anatomical overview of the eye as well as an in-depth survey of neuro-opthamology, symptoms, and the latest pharmacological and surgical treatments. A broad selection of diseases are graphically illustrated including conjunctivitis, cataracts, optic neuritis, optic nerve hypoplasia, Horner’s syndrome, and others. Special subjects include ocular pharmacology which discuss proper administration of autonomic and antimicrobial drugs, anti-inflammatory agents, topical anesthetics, osmotic agents, and many others. All modules are available to veterinarians and licensed, registered, or certified veterinary technicians.

  • With the increasing emphasis and desire to improve treatment of perioperative pain control and to alleviate pain associated with chronic illness and disease, many pet owners are seeking out veterinarians who not only have an interest in pain management but a cutting-edge knowledge concerning this area of veterinary medicine. The 6 modules in the VEO Pain Management course are designed to give the busy practitioner a working knowledge of the vocabulary and concepts underlying the modern approach to pain management in the dog and cat. All modules are available to veterinarians and licensed, registered or certified veterinary technicians.

  • This course will provide up-to-date information on common and not-so-common parasitic infections, including cestodes, coccidian, equine and swine nematodes, and equine protozoal. Modules feature in-depth overviews of parasite characteristics, hosts, distribution, epidemiology, pathology and pathogenicity. Diagnosis, treatment, and control for each class of parasites are also discussed and demonstrated.

  • This course is an intensive study of modern dentistry techniques for dogs and cats. Each module stresses the importance of a thorough working knowledge of canine and feline dental and paradental anatomy in the recognition and treatment of dental problems in dogs and cats. Clinical applications of anatomic information are utilized to reinforce important concepts. Specific topics feature dental pathology, radiology, extractions, and periodontal disease. All Modules are open to veterinarians and licensed, registered, or certified veterinary technicians.

  • Endocrinology (from Greek ἔνδονendo, "within"; κρῑνωkrīnō, "to separate"; and -λογία-logia) is a branch of medicine dealing with disorder of the endocrine systemand its specific secretions called hormones, the integration of developmental events such as proliferation, growth, and differentiation (including histogenesis and organogenesis) and the coordination of metabolismrespiration, excretion, movement, reproduction, and sensory perception depend on chemical cues, substances synthesised and secreted by specialized cells.

  • Cardiology (from Greek καρδίᾱkardiā, "heart"; and -λογία-logia) is a medical specialty dealing with disorders of the heart. The field includes diagnosis and treatment of congenital heart defectscoronary artery diseaseheart failurevalvular heart disease and electrophysiology. Physicians specializing in this field of medicine are called cardiologists.

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