Welcome to the 2001 Waltham/OSU Symposium For the
Treatment of Small Animal Diseases
Small Animal Ophthalmology Online
Objectives of the symposium:
Ophthalmology is a major part of daily small
animal/exotic practice, but one where we as practitioners often feel
uncomfortable with both our diagnostic and treatment expertise. These
lectures are to help you understand the eye and its diseases, so you are
better able to perform an ophthalmic examination and interpret the results.
New diagnostic avenues are available to practitioners with the marketing of
portable, less expensive equipment and these are discussed. Medical and
surgical management of ophthalmic diseases are presented with emphasis on
what you as a general practitioner can do, and what specialists can offer
your clients. Special attention is given to Feline and Exotic animals,
because they have unique ophthalmic conditions and because they are now a
major component of most veterinary practices. The topic of what animals
really see will better help you and your clients understand vision in our
pets. Finally, since an ophthalmic examination involves living
histopathology, we integrate the pathologic process with the living patient.
The lectures focus on what to do, and when and how to
do it The presentations are organized by topic and by speaker.
Acrobat and PDF files
The proceedings are all available as PDF files as well
as viewable online. If you don't have the Acrobat Reader on your computer,
please download and install from the link below. You will love the format
and ease of use.
David A. Wilkie, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVO
Annelies Olaerts, DVM
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