Conducted by Dr. Anthony Pease, Dr. Chelsea Kunst, and Dr. Sarena Sunico
Ultrasonography is an integral component of providing an optimal standard of patient care. Beginning with the basics, you will participate in interactive discussions on ultrasonographic anatomy and disease recognition, receive an orientation to the ultrasound machine and how to optimize its performance, and learn scanning principles and the ultrasonographic appearance of normal abdominal organs and artifacts.
At CVC, you’ll gain hands-on abdominal scanning practice under the guidance of imaging experts who will help you hone your ultrasonographic examination skills. Several types of machines will be available for your use in evaluating the liver, spleen, kidney, bowel, and bladder. You will also have the opportunity to evaluate regions of the pancreas, adrenal glands, and abdominal lymph nodes.
Whether you are a beginner or already have experience, this extensive Specialty Focus course will show you how
to get the most out of your abdominal scans.
Date: Saturday, December 5 – Sunday, December 6
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. both days
Open to: Veterinarians
Includes: Breakfast and lunch on both days
16 hours of CE
This seminar requires a registration fee separate from CVC.
Offsite Event Information
This lab will be held offsite at the Veterinary Specialty Hospital San Diego. Shuttle buses depart from the San Diego Convention Center 30 minutes prior to the indicated start time. Shuttles will return approximately 30 minutes after the indicated end time.
Please note: Should you miss the shuttle, a cab ride to the facility (about $30 plus tip) will be at your own expense.