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Sunday, August 13 • 9:10am - 10:00am
Technical radiography: Excellence at every stage

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Multiple choice question: Select the answer that best relates to this statement. Everyone has access to radiographs in practice - they are easily obtained and give you great information about the disease..

a) all of the time: radiography is easy and I have a perfect interpretation every time, dog, cat or bird. 
b) most of the time: if the patient lies still enough and I can find the heart in the thorax I think I am doing pretty well. Cats are hard. 
c) some of the time: I try avoid x-raying the abdomen as it is murkey and grey and I find the lungs hard to read, but dog bones are easy!
d) none of the time: I haven't taken an x-ray in a while, its all way too hard. 

Whatever your answer this presentation on what seems (on the surface) to be a mundane topic will change the way you you approach radiographs by showing you expert tips and tricks for improving the image. When the image is good, the pathology is clear (or clearer). And if its not obvious, at least with quality images you will be able to get a second opinion without fear! 

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Zoe Lenard

Veterinary Radiologist, Veterinary Imaging Centre, Perth Vet Specialists
Zoe attended the University of Sydney and obtained a Bachelor of Veterinary Science in 1999. She worked in small animal practice in inner Sydney for 4 years, before moving to Perth, Western Australia. At Murdoch University, Zoe undertook a residency in Diagnostic Imaging (2003-2006... Read More →

Sunday August 13, 2017 9:10am - 10:00am AEST
Room 7