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Avian Pathology - Bone: Part 1

Avian Pathology - Bone: Part 1

Avian Pathology - Bone: Part 1

Dr Oscar Fletcher DVM, PhD
Dr Oscar Fletcher DVM, PhD
on behalf of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine

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Launch date: 01 May 2017
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Last updated: 05 Oct 2020

Reference: 181093

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Dr Cari Hearn (2 Sep 2020)
The gross images for the exam were not accessible and the slide image for the exam did not have an arrow.
Dr Mohammadreza Nourbakhsh (27 Aug 2020)
what is wrong with this quiz ?! i can not find and open the links , i get headache thanks !
Dr Cynthia Palumbo (2 Mar 2020)
There needs to details or direct pictures with the questions for each question on the exam. For example, a question asked to identify the arrow on Image 1120758, there is no arrow found. Thank you for taking the time to provide us with the valuable information and quiz!

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Description

This course provides an introduction to normal bone including endochondral, membranous ,medullary, and pneumonic bone. Gross images and virtual slides provide materials to illustrate normal features and angular deformities.

Objectives

Features of Normal Bone
Identify normal bone
Features of Endochondral Bone in Young Birds
Identify the cartilaginous core in birds less than two weeks of age.
Regions of proximal long bones
Identify epiphysis and regions in physis.
Regions below physis
Identify metaphysis, diaphysis, cortex, bone marrow.
Angular Deformaties
Identify tibial rotation, varus, and valgus deformities.
Dr Oscar Fletcher DVM, PhD

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Dr Oscar Fletcher DVM, PhD
on behalf of North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Fletcher is a Professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine at NC State. He is a Diplomate of the ACVP and a founder diplomate of the ACPV. His area of interest is avian histopathology and he is the editor of the 3rd edition of Avian Histopathology.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • University Accredited Veterinary CE
  • 0.25 Hours

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User Reviews (10)

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Dr Cari Hearn (2 Sep 2020)
The gross images for the exam were not accessible and the slide image for the exam did not have an arrow.
Dr Mohammadreza Nourbakhsh (27 Aug 2020)
what is wrong with this quiz ?! i can not find and open the links , i get headache thanks !
Dr Cynthia Palumbo (2 Mar 2020)
There needs to details or direct pictures with the questions for each question on the exam. For example, a question asked to identify the arrow on Image 1120758, there is no arrow found. Thank you for taking the time to provide us with the valuable information and quiz!
Dr Scott Fitzgerald (20 Dec 2019)
Good introduction to normal histopathology of avian bones, as well as angular deformities. Virtual slides included are of high quality.
Mrs Amy Gallagher MEHS, CVT (7 Aug 2019)
Great images and information!
Dr michael lovasz DVM,MS (15 Oct 2018)
Could not access links to look at files.
Benjamin Dick (16 May 2018)
Links to slides for exam were not user friendly
Dr Darius Starks DVM (12 Aug 2017)
The 'appendix' are 2 weblinks on the last slide. If you open in a new tab, you will be able to see the images linked to the exam. Hope this helps!
Dr Alexander Strauch DVM (8 Aug 2017)
I could not properly take the examination at the end of the course because I could not locate the 'appendix' with the photographs of interest while simultaneously taking the exam.
Dr Salina Locke DVM (22 May 2017)
Unable to find the Appendix to properly take the exam.

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