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OSU CVM Ultrasound Elective


Introduction to the basics of veterinary ultrasound. Learning is achieved by participating in clinical examinations. The focus is primarily small animal abdominal ultrasound.


Ultrasound rotation can accommodate only one student for each 2 week block.


Assist ultrasound personnel (faculty, resident, technologist) with daily ultrasound examinations. Students are expected to familiarize themselves with the basics of veterinary ultrasound (physics, normal anatomy, abnormal structures) using available textbooks and pertinent journal articles.


Dr. Wm. Tod Drost

Student Supervision

7 hrs a day, 5 days per week

Location Information

The Ohio State University
College of Veterinary Medicine
601 Vernon L. Tharp Street
Columbus, OH 43210

Ph: 614-292-1040

Updated: 10/29/09
Signature on file: Willam Tod Drost, DVM

Columbus OH
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