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The students will rotate through our neurology/neurosurgery practice and assist the attending neurologist. The main goals are to be able to perform a good neurological exam and determine a neuroanatomical localization and differential list for each patient. Other goals include learning the basics of our most common imaging techniques (radiographs, myelogram, CT, MRI) and surgeries. We will also have neurology topic rounds/discussions 3-4 times weekly for the most common neurological conditions.
Neurology Practice - Monday through Thursday 7:30 AM - 6:30 pm (approximate length of work day, varies according to emergency case load) Friday - Neurology rounds (approximately 2 hours). The remainder of Friday and portions of the weekend can be spent with the neurologist (if in hospital for consults, surgeries, or emergencies) or other members of the surgery service or the emergency service if the student is interested.
Housing is not provided. If the student is unable to stay with a friend or family member in the area, we can try to identify someone who can offer a room, however there are no guarantees for free housing.
Veterinary Surgical Centers
140 Park St. SE
Vienna, VA 22180
Email: rwindsor [at] veterinarysurgicalcenters [dot] com
Signature On File: Rebecca Windsor, DVM, DACVIM