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Ocular Pathology

Ocular Pathology

Ocular Pathology

Dr. Brian Wilcock, DVM, PhD
Dr. Brian Wilcock, DVM, PhD
on behalf of C.L. Davis, DVM Foundation

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Launch date: 02 Jan 2017
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Last updated: 25 Jun 2021

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Adrian Russell (27 Dec 2020)
Although it is a bit dated it is still quite fascinating.
John Lobdell (2 Nov 2020)
Interesting information on anatomical differences of species
Dr Heather Ludlam DVM (22 Oct 2020)
Really informative in-depth look at ocular pathology

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Description

This 2-hour lecture on the surgical pathology of the eyeball focuses covers an very easy, logical, and practical approach to one father most specialized organs of the body. This lecture is one of the ones you don't want to miss!

Objectives

Increase familiarity with the interpretation of ocular pathology in the dog and cat.
By the end of this lecture, the viewer will gain an increased understanding of the proper preparation and interpretation of surgical biopsies of the eyeball.
Dr. Brian Wilcock, DVM, PhD

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Dr. Brian Wilcock, DVM, PhD
on behalf of C.L. Davis, DVM Foundation

Brian Wilcock, self-made pathologist and owner of Histovet (www.histovet.com) for over 33 years, is one of North America's wittiest and well-known veterinary pathologists. This "rare sighting" of Dr. Wilcock, Emeritus Professor at the OVC, author of "Surgical Pathology of the Dog and Cat", and many book chapters, including "Pathology of the Eye and Ear" in the current of edition of JKP's "Pathology of Domestic Animals" promises to be an entertaining as well as revelatory on one of Dr. Wilcock's favorite topics.

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User Reviews (3)

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Adrian Russell (27 Dec 2020)
Although it is a bit dated it is still quite fascinating.
John Lobdell (2 Nov 2020)
Interesting information on anatomical differences of species
Dr Heather Ludlam DVM (22 Oct 2020)
Really informative in-depth look at ocular pathology

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