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OPTH101-1104: Managing Tear Film Disorders in Small Animal Practice
Michael Zigler, DVM, CertVOphthal
November 23 - December 7th, 2004
Interactive Sessions: Tuesdays; 9:30- 11 PM ET (US)
Objective: Tear Film Disorders may be "Quantitative" or "Qualitative". Quantitative disorders are commonly referred to as "Dry Eye" cases, while Qualitative disorders are more insidious and very frequently misdiagnosed. This course will cover the anatomy and physiology of tear function, help you understand and differentiate between Quantitative and Qualitative disorders and effectively manage these conditions.
Week 1: Anatomy & Physiology of tear function, Qualitative Tear Film Disorders
Week 2: Qualitative Disorders continued, Quantitative Tear Film Disorders.
MESSAGE BOARD DISCUSSIONS:
Discussions will begin on the start date of the course and will continue for 7 days following the last real time session.
CE HOURS: 3 CE Credits
Member/$43, Non-Member/$86 by November 9, 2004;
Member/$48, Non-Member/$95 after November 9, 2004;
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Note: "This course meets the requirements for 3 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions that recognize American Association of Veterinary State Boards' (AAVSB) Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE) approval; however participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories. Attendees are encouraged to check with their licensing jurisdiction(s) for information regarding recognition by their state board."
(Attendees are encouraged to check with their licensing jurisdiction(s) for information regarding recognition by the board.)
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