The Systemic Approach in a Canine Patient with Front Limb Lameness and "Within Normal Limits" Radiographs

Radiographs are the first diagnostic step in a patient with front limb lameness, but sometimes they are “negative” despite severe clinical signs. In these patients, we should look for subtle changes in the bone opacity or entesophytes that can tell us that tendonitis could be present. This lecture wants to provide a guideline for complex cases and focus on what to do next.
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    12 months

    Diagnostic Imaging Webinar Series

    Musculoskeletal System

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    This session is part of the Diagnostic Imaging Webinar Series: Musculoskeletal System consisting of 12 webinars plus 3 Q&A Sessions. It is fully flexible and includes discussion forums. The course materials are all recorded and you have access for 12 months starting with your registration. 
    By registering for the full webinar series for "Diagnostic Imaging: Musculoskeletal System" you will get access to an examination leading to the
      IEVS Certificate of Knowledge in Diagnostic Imaging Webinar Series: Musculoskeletal System
    Meet the Instructor

    Dr. Giliola Spattini

    DVM, PhD, Dipl. ECVDI
     Clinica Veterinaria Castellarano, Castellarano, Italy
    Giliola graduated from the University of Parma with Honor in 1998. She soon dedicated her professional career to diagnostic imaging, becoming an ECVDI diplomate in 2008 and obtaining a PhD from the University of Parma in 2009. Giliola works as a self-employed specialist in diagnostic imaging at the Clinica Veterinaria Castellarano (Italy), and as a consultant for La Vallonea, (Italy) and ANTECH (United States). She previously held the position of secretary of EAVDI, and is past president of the Italian Society of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (SVIDI). Giliola has been a speaker on the topic of diagnostic imaging at national and international meetings, and has co-authored several scientific papers and textbooks. Her main interests include radiography and ultrasonography, particularly of the musculoskeletal system in canine athlete.

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    The Certificate is comprised of 12 webinars and 3 Q&A sessions in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging: Musculoskeletal System. It involves the following topics:
    • Module 1

      1) Radiographic, Age-related, and Metabolic Changes in the Skeleton of the Veterinary Patient, Dr. Spattini
      2) Rule of Juvenile Radiograph as Screening in a Canine Patient Predisposed to Develop Hip and Elbow Dysplasia, Dr. Spattini
      3) The Systemic Approach in a Canine Patient with Front Limb Lameness and "Within Normal Limits" Radiographs, Dr. Spattini
      4) The Systemic Approach in a Canine Patient with Hind Limb Lameness and "Within Normal Limits" Radiographs, Dr. Spattini
      5) Q&A Session, Dr. Spattini
    • Module 2

      1) Radiographic Appearance of Discospondylitis,Dr. Liuti
      2) Radiographic Appearance of Nasal Aspergillosis vs. Nasal Neoplasia, Dr. Liuti
      3) Radiographic Evaluation of Fracture Healing and Complication, Dr. Liuti
      4) Radiographic Evaluation of Joint Disease, Dr. Liuti
      5) Q&A Session, Dr. Liuti
    • Module 3

      1) Radiographic Evaluation of the Elbow, Prof. Dr. Pollard
      2) Radiographic Evaluation of the Stifle, Prof. Dr. Pollard
      3) Basic CT and MRI of the Brain and Skull, Prof. Dr. Pollard
      4) Aggressive vs Non-aggressive Bone Lesions, Prof. Dr. Pollard
      5) Q&A Session, Prof. Dr. Pollard

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