November 29th, 2023

VetCT Announce Dates for Popular Equine Webinar Series

VetCT, a global teleradiology, teleconsulting and education provider, is pleased to announce the dates for their upcoming equine webinar series. This free series focuses on equine radiology and its clinical application. It has always been very popular with equine veterinary teams around the world, offering an excellent opportunity to learn from board certified equine diagnostic imaging specialists, as well as ask them any questions relevant to the topic. Topics have been selected based upon votes by clients and followers of VetCT’s equine social media and newsletters.

The first webinar in the series, presented by Dr Erin Porter, DVM, DACVR, DACVR-EDI on 11th December at 6:30pm GMT, will cover equine cervical spinal radiographic interpretation. Learning objectives include:

  • Achieving high-quality diagnostic radiographs of the equine cervical spine including lateral and oblique projections.

  • Appropriate radiographic measuring and understanding the utility and limitations of the measurements.

  • Increasing understanding of common disease processes resulting in radiographic abnormalities and how to recognize them.

The second webinar is titled ‘Soft Tissue Injuries of the Foot; Are There Any Clues on Plain Radiographs’. It will be hosted by Dr Marianna Biggi, DVM, PhD, FHEA, DipECVDI, MRCVS on the 7th February at 1pm GMT. Marianna will review a systemic approach to interpreting foot radiographs and the clinical significance of radiographic diagnoses, particularly in relation to abnormalities which may be indicative of soft tissue pathology and should be considered for more advanced three-dimensional diagnostic imaging such as MRI. 

Dr Lucy Meehan-Howard, BVSc, MSc, CertAVP(VDI), DipECVDI, MRCVS presents the final webinar ‘Comparative Imaging of the Fetlock’ on 26th February at 1pm GMT. Lucy will cover a range of typical injuries to the fetlock joint, as well as discuss the strengths and weakness of the various imaging techniques for this region.   

More information and registration for the webinars is available through this link:

The webinars are recorded for those who register but cannot attend and are accredited by the Registry of Continuing Education (RACE) for those in the USA who attend live. 


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