DescriptionThe aim of this course was to provide expert tuition in numerous aspects of equine ophthalmology through informative lectures and a large practical component. An interactive session was included to allow discussion of a variety of ophthalmologic lesions with the tutors. Practical sessions encompassed techniques in examination of the eye and adjacent structures, including opportunities to perform slit-lamp biomicroscopy, indirect and direct ophthalmoscopy and ultrasonographic examination of the equine orbit. Horses with various identifiable ocular lesions were available for examination and tutors were present for informed discussions of diagnosis, significance, treatment and prognosis. A wet lab was available for application of techniques of eyelid laceration repair, placement of indwelling treatment devices, ocular anatomy and ultrasonography.
|Location||Glasgow, United Kingdom|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
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