Course Title

OPHTHALMOLOGY


Summary

This course offers both a comprehensive anatomical overview of the eye as well as an in-depth survey of neuro-opthamology, symptoms, and the latest pharmacological and surgical treatments. A broad selection of diseases are graphically illustrated including conjunctivitis, cataracts, optic neuritis, optic nerve hypoplasia, Horner’s syndrome, and others. Special subjects include ocular pharmacology which discuss proper administration of autonomic and antimicrobial drugs, anti-inflammatory agents, topical anesthetics, osmotic agents, and many others. All modules are available to veterinarians and licensed, registered, or certified veterinary technicians.


Authors

Paul A. Gerding, Jr.
Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor, Veterinary Clinical Medicine
DVM, Univ. of Illinois; MS, Univ. of Illinois; Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists


Ralph Hamor
Clinical Associate Professor, Veterinary Clinical Medicine
DVM, Univ. of Missouri; MS, Colorado State Univ.; Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists

 

 

Course Modules CE Hours Fees
Ocular Pharmacology 1.5 $50
Neuro-Ophthalmology 1.5 $50
Eyelids and Third Eyelid 1.5 $50
Conjunctiva and Lacrimal System 1 $40
Cornea and Sclera 1 $40
Uveal Tract 0.75 $30
Lens and Cataract 0.75 $30
Canine Glaucoma 0.75 $30
Retina, Vitreous and Optic Nerve 1 $40
Orbit 1 $40
All 10 modules for a reduced fee 10.75 $300
Benefits
  • Get an intensive overview of ocular anatomy, its physiology and those parts most prone to disease
  • Gain an in-depth understanding of the disease states and conditions which affect various aspects of an animal’s vision, including position, motility, papillary size, reflexes, eyelid position, closure, lacrimation, and sensation
  • Learn the latest pharmacological treatments and their proper administration
  • See the latest surgical techniques for corneal diseases and injury