Enrollment is closed.
Presenter: Eric Snook, DVM, PhD, DACVP (Anatomic Pathology)
MULT217-0416: Avian and Exotic Necropsies
The lectures for this course will be presented in an audio format.
April 18-May 5, 2016
Real Time Sessions (RTS):
Monday, April 25, 2016; 8:00-10:00 pm ET (USA)
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In order to prepare you for a successful experience
in your CE course, we request you attend a Practice Session prior to the first
Real Time Session. Please arrive promptly at the start time; each Practice Session
is up to 1 hour in length.
For more information, please visit the
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*The presenters for this course will be using audio which will require you to have a headset or speakers to listen.
If you have any concerns regarding your computer's audio capabilities, please be sure to attend
one of the Practice Sessions.
Level and Prerequisites:
course will be open to veterinarians and veterinary technicians/technologists,
actively interested in avian and exotic animal necropsy techniques, lesions, and post-mortem changes.
MULT214-0316: Basic Necropsy Techniques is a prerequisite for this course.
VIN CE Course:
Open to veterinarians and veterinary technicians/technologists.
This course is approved by RACE for veterinarians and veterinary technicians/technologists. (RACE 22-15214)
This course is designed to familiarize the attendee with avian and exotic animal necropsy specifics,
common post-mortem changes, the meaning of pattern in lesion recognition and types of lesions.
By the end of the course, the attendee should be able to recognize common lesions, exudates,
form a morphologic diagnosis and perform avian and exotic animal necropsies.
(Real Time Session April 25, 2016):
Avian and Exotic Necropsies
Eric Snook, DVM, PhD, DACVP (Anatomic Pathology)
Upon completion of this session, the participant should be able to
Successful completion (scoring 80% or better) on the end-of-course test is required
to earn a certificate of completion for the course.
- perform a basic necropsy of an avian species.
- perform a basic necropsy of an exotic animal species.
- choose a biopsy specimen for submission and preserve it.
- understand the meaning and importance of distribution in lesion recognition.
- recognize the common post-mortem changes (that are not lesions).
- recognize the common lesions and understand what can be learned from them.
To learn more about the requirements for earning a CE certificate, please refer to
Receiving Your CE Credit and Course Completion Certificate
Course materials will be available
in the course library prior to each Real Time Session.
Required Textbook(s): There is no required textbook for this course.
About the Presenter:
Dr. Eric Snook
graduated from Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002.
He completed a residency in anatomic pathology at LSU in 2009. He received his PhD at Tulane University
in 2013 and is currently studying muscular dystrophy as a post-doctoral research associate at TAMU.
Total CE Credit:
Member $42 ($38 early bird special if enrolled by April 4, 2016)
Non-Member $103 ($93 early bird special if enrolled by April 4, 2016)
*Enroll in all 4 necropsy modules (listed below) by April 4, 2016 and receive a discounted course price.
Member $143 Non-Member $350
- MULT214-0316: Basic Necropsy Techniques
- MULT215-0416: Small Animal Necropsies
- MULT216-0416: Large Animal Necropsies
- MULT217-0416: Avian and Exotic Necropsies
*To ensure participants are ready and prepared for classes,
enrollment will close on April 25, 2016 at 5 pm ET (USA)
or when the maximum number of participants is reached.
*For more information on how online CE works, see the
Participant Resource Center
Enrollment is closed.
"This program (22-15214) is approved by the AAVSB RACE to offer a
total of 2 CE Credits, with a maximum of 2 CE Credits being available to any individual
veterinarian or veterinary technician/technologist.
This RACE approval is for the subject matter categories of:
using the delivery method of Interactive-Distance: (Web-based, Teleconference or Audio-Conference).
This approval is valid in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE; however, participants are
responsible for ascertaining each board's CE requirements."
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