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Dental Radiography: Interpretation of the Canine Oral Cavity
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In this interactive course, we will review essential intraoral radiographic anatomy of the canine dentition and supporting structures.  We will focus on honing the participant’s skill with interpreting the radiographic abnormalities associated with common pathologies of the dentition and oral cavity in dogs.  Participants should be able to walk away ready to confidently interpret intraoral radiographs.  It is assumed that participants possess the equipment necessary to acquire dental radiographs in their practice.

There will be plenty of opportunity for interactive discussion during this course. Maximum number of participants will be limited to 30, so register early to ensure you are part of this informative and helpful session on canine dental radiography.

This session runs from 8 am - 4 pm at the UW School of Veterinary Medicine, Madison, WI.

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