College of Veterinary Medicine
Kansas State University
Continuing Education Programs
Date and Time
September 17, 2000
10:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
Practice Management Center, Trotter Hall, College of Veterinary Medicine, 1700 Denison, Manhattan, KS
The Practice Management Center is located on the fourth floor of Trotter Hall. Enter at the Dean's Office Entrance. Signs will be posted to direct you to registration.
Continuing Education Contact Hours
6 Clock Hours
9:30 am - Registration
9:50 am - Welcome
Ralph Richardson, Dean, College of Veterinary Medicine
Jim Hoskinson and Jim Lillich, Presenters
10:00 am - Case Presentations*
12:00 n - Lunch and Equipment Demonstrations
(lunch included in registration)
1:30 pm - Case Presentations*
3:30 pm - Evaluation and Adjourn
*Case Presentations will include:
- Case Histories and Presenting Complaint
- Physical and Lameness Examination Findings (video)
- Diagnostic Nerve or Intra-articular Block Results
- Radiography Examination (view by view analysis of radiographic abnormalities - where appropriate Nuclear
- Scintigraphic Examination Results
- Diagnosis and Treatment
- Follow Information
This continuing education for the veterinarian will concentrate and focus on lameness cases involving the equine distal limb. The goal is to refine diagnostic radiographic interpretation of the equine distal limb, allowing the veterinarian to improve therapeutic management of the lame horse.
James Hoskinson, DVM, Diplomate ACVR
Dr. Hoskinson is a graduate of Washington State University (BS in Animal Science, '82; DVM, '86). He completed his radiology residency at the University of Tennessee and board certification in 1990. Dr. Hoskinson was an instructor in large animal radiology at the University of California-Davis from 1990 to 1991 before coming to Kansas State University. He is now an associate professor of radiology with a special interest in nuclear medicine.
Jim Lillich, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVS
Dr. Lillich is a 1991 graduate of Colorado State University. He completed an internship in large animal surgery at Cornell University in 1992. From 1992-1996, he completed a residency in equine surgery and served as a clinical instructor in food animal surgery at The Ohio State University. Dr. Lillich became a faculty member at Kansas State University in 1996. His research interests include developmental orthopedic disease, osteoarthritis, and joint therapies.
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