BEVA Practical Ultrasonography of the Neck, Proximal Suspensory Ligament and Pastern
About this course
This practical course, led Professor Jean-Marie Denoix, will include live demonstrations of the ultrasonographic anatomy of the equine neck, proximal suspensory ligament (fore and hind limbs) and pastern (fore and hind limbs) in normal horses, with discussion of the diagnostic features of common clinical conditions affecting these areas. For the afternoon practical sessions, delegates will be divided into small groups to allow hands-on ultrasound imaging of live horses.
Please note, the morning demonstrations will be held at the Kent Event Centre and the afternoon practical sessions will be held at Bell Equine Veterinary Clinic.