Veterinary Medicine Clinical Sciences (VETCS)Veterinary Medicine
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Course descriptions provided by the Courses of Study 2015-2016.
- Schedule of Classes - January 19, 2016 6:14PM EST
- Course Catalog - January 19, 2016 6:21PM EST
After a brief overview of all major medical modalities: x-ray, CT, MRI, SPECT/PET, and US, this course will focus on the formulations of spatial encoding and image contrasts as exemplified in MRI. The ... view course details
Class Number & Section Details
- TRWeill Hall 224
1 credit for nonmathematical description of Imaging Principles module. 3 credits for the nonmathematical & mathematical description of Imaging Principles for the entire semester.
Students work individually with a faculty member to pursue an area of particular interest that, typically, is not part of the established curriculum. Specific course objectives and course content are flexible ... view course details
Offered by individual faculty members in the Department of Clinical Sciences for DVM students undertaking research in Research Fellowship. view course details
Initially presents normal anatomy and physiology of the gastrointestinal system in carnivores, herbivores, and ruminants. This is followed by in-depth discussion of the pathophysiological mechanisms and ... view course details
Using lectures and group discussions, the objective of this course is to explain the pathophysiology of various cardiovascular diseases (cardiac arrest, cardiac arrhythmia under anesthesia) and airway ... view course details
Designed to review and discuss urogenital surgical procedures in animals and the rational basis for them. Pathophysiology is stressed. Some classes consist of reprints with discussion. view course details
Designed to prepare students for the American College of Veterinary Anesthesiology examinations. Also suitable for interns and for residency training in other areas such as surgery, internal medicine, ... view course details