What You'll Get From Sonographic Approach to the Spleen
When is a spleen normal and what does it mean when it isn’t? Comprehensive presentation of normal splenic parameters and every splenic pathology in cats and dogs, guidelines for imaging for a full evaluation, sampling, and review of every type of lesion, mass, disease process with illustrative imaging, and case studies “what are your differentials”.
- How to image the normal and abnormal spleen
- Ascertaining the origin of the pathology
- When, why and how to sample
- Presentation of imaging examples of every splenic presentation from common to rare
- Evaluation of lesions and infectious presentations
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Sonographic Approach to the Spleen
You will earn 1 RACE approved CE credit after pass a quiz with 70% or higher. Your CE Certificate will be sent via email.