Joint Diseases in General Practice - (Radiology Reports) - Modular Course
This short course comprises of 4 modules bringing you case reports on the following Joint Diseases.
Canine Shoulder Pathology: Tendinopathy - supraspinatous tendon, Tendinopathy – biceps tendon (bicipital tenosynovitis), Osteochondritis dissecans (OCD), Osteosarcoma, Degenerative joint disease (osteoarthritis) and Cellulitis/osteomyelitis.
Juvenile Bone Disease: Panosteitis, Hypertrophic osteodystrophy (HOD) – AKA metaphyseal osteopathy, Elbow Dysplasia, Osteochondritis dissecans (OCD), Hip Dysplasia and Legg-Calve Perthes Disease.
Distinguishing between aggressive and benign bone lesions: Presence of bone disruption, Pattern of bone lysis, Sclerosis of bone, Type of periosteal reaction, Characteristic of the zone of transition' Rate of change and Location of the lesion.
Musculoskeletal Case Studies: Fragmented Medial Coronoid Process (MCP), The Cat With Disease of Multiple Nail Beds, Panosteitis, The Painful Shoulder, Gastrocnemius muscle avulsion and Shoulder OCD.
Certification is on successful completion of all modules, and qualifies for 4 points of continuing education.
Dr Catheryn Walsh BSc BVSc (Hons 1A) MANZCVS (Small Animal Radiology)
Catheryn started her science career in 2003 when she completed a Bachelor of Science (double majoring in Human Anatomy and Immunobiology) from the University of Sydney. Catheryn then graduated with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science, with First Class Honours, from the University of Queensland in 2008. While studying, she worked part-time as a Veterinary Nurse. She has worked for Greencross Vets since graduation, and moved into the position of Veterinary Director at the Robina Village practice in 2015. In 2018, Catheryn gained her Memberships at the Australia and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Small Animal Diagnostic Imaging. Catheryn has a strong interest in medicine, radiology, ultrasound and advanced imaging, as well as mentoring other veterinarians in all aspects of General Practice.