Veterinary Neurology Symposium March 13 to Meet Needs of Small Animal Clinicians
Designed to meet the unique needs of small animal clinicians, the 7th Annual UC Davis Veterinary Neurology Symposium features the latest diagnostic techniques, comprehensive information about common disorders and beneficial case discussions, with strategies for the application of leading neurological methods to the clinical environment.
The continuing education event takes place March 13, 2011 in Davis, California.
Topics to be covered:
- Localization of brain disease
- Cervical myelopathies
- Cranial nerve disorders
- Spinal cord disease and injury
- Disc disease
- Vestibular disease
Speakers and discussion leaders are faculty members Marguerite F. Knipe, Richard A. LeCouteur, Beverly K. Sturges and Karen M.Vernau, all based at the William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. These neurology experts treat cases, teach veterinary students, train specialists in neurology and neurosurgery, perform research, and consult with referring veterinarians on some of their most complex cases.
The symposium is worth up to 8 hours of scientific continuing education credit.
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University of California, Davis, CA 95616-8747
Phone: (530) 752-3905 / FAX : (530) 752-6728
Visit our webpage, http://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/ce