This rotation allows students to further hone their film interpretation skills. Though the emphasis is on radiography, alternate imaging examinations such as CT, MRI and nuclear medicine may be reviewed. Students may customize their learning experience based on their area of interest (i.e. equine, small animal, etc.).
Students are expected to actively participate morning clinical case rounds and in the interpretation of imaging examinations as they are presented on the clinic floor during the day. As part of their rotation experience, they will be required to officially dictate a minimum of one case during your second week (under faculty or resident guidance). Students are not expected to participate in the technical aspects of radiography in this rotation. Students will be required to write a radiographic case report, limited to one page, describing an interesting radiology case seen during the rotation, or perhaps an interesting case seen on another rotation.
Lisa Zekas, DVM
9 hours/day, 5 days/week
Dr. Lisa Zekas
The Ohio State University
College of Veterinary Medicine
Radiology - Veterinary Medical Center
601 Vernon L. Tharp Street
Columbus, OH 43210
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