$350

Advancing Your Small Animal Radiographic Positioning Skills for 1.5 CE Credits

Radiology Training

This course, Advancing Your Small Animal Radiographic Positioning Skills, will teach you how to take diagnostic images like a pro. This course will cover the thorax, abdomen, skull, spine, rear limbs, and front limbs. This course is recommended for both Veterinarians and Veterinary Technicians.

Overview and Curriculum

Radiology Positioning - Section 1: Thorax

Chapter 1 - Thorax - Right Lateral View (2:35)

Chapter 2 - Thorax - VD View (2:18)

Chapter 3 - Thorax - Skyline View of Trachea (1:20)

Chapter 4 - Thorax - DV View (2:05)

Radiology Positioning - Section 2: Abdomen

Chapter 5 - Abdomen - Right Lateral View (2:38)

Chapter 6 - Abdomen - Lateral View with Urethra aka Butt Shot (1:34)

Chapter 7 - Abdomen - VD View (2:09)

Radiology Positioning - Section 3: Skull

Chapter 8 - Skull - Lateral View (2:07)

Chapter 9 - Skull - Closed Mouth VD View (3:47)

Chapter 10 - Skull - Skyline View of Frontal Sinus (2:00)

Chapter 11 - Skull - Open Mouth VD View (2:34)

Chapter 12 - Skull - Open Mouth VD View of the Tympanic Bulla (1:25)

Chapter 13 - Skull - Oblique View: Left over Right (2:33)

Chapter 14 - Skull - Oblique View: Right Over Left (1:33)

Chapter 15 - Skull - Calvarial View (2:45)

Radiology Positioning - Section 4: Spine

Chapter 16 - Spine - Lateral Cervical Spine (2:28)

Chapter 17 - Spine - Lateral TL Spine (1:36)

Chapter 18 - Spine - Lateral LS Spine (1:53)

Chapter 19 - Spine - Lateral View of the Tail (0:56)

Chapter 20 - Spine - VD View of Cervical Spine (2:08)

Chapter 21 - Spine - VD View of LT Spine (1:18)

Chapter 22 - Spine - VD View of Lumbar Spine (1:08)

Chapter 23 - Spine - VD View of LS Spine (1:30)

Radiology Positioning - Section 5: Rear Limbs Part 1

Chapter 24 - Rear Limbs - Lateral View of Pelvis (1:42)

Chapter 25 - Rear Limbs - Lateral View of Femur (1:17)

Chapter 26 - Rear Limbs - Lateral View of Stifle Joint (2:19)

Chapter 27 - Rear Limbs - Lateral View of Tibia & Fibula (1:40)

Chapter 28 - Rear Limbs - Neutral Lateral View of Tibial Tarsal Joint (1:19)

Chapter 29 - Rear Limbs - Flexed Lateral View of Tibial Tarsal Joint (0:50)

Chapter 30 - Rear Limbs - Lateral View of Metatarsal/Phalanges (1:12)

Chapter 31 - Rear Limbs - Splayed Lateral View of Metatarsal/Phalanges (1:03)

Chapter 32 - Rear Limbs - Lateral TPLO View of Tibula and Stifle Joint (2:09)

Radiology Positioning - Section 5: Rear Limbs Part 2

Chapter 33 - Rear Limbs - Extended VD View of Pelvis (1:28)

Chapter 34 - Rear Limbs  - Frog-Legged VD View of Pelvis (1:02)

Chapter 35 - Rear Limbs  - Cranial Caudal View of Femur (1:02)

Chapter 36 - Rear Limbs - Cranial Caudal View of Stifle (1:19)

Chapter 37 - Rear Limbs - Cranial Caudal View of Tibia and Fibula (1:17)

Chapter 38 - Rear Limbs - Dorsal-Plantar View Tarsus/Metatrasal/Phalanges (1:30)

Chapter 39 - Rear Limbs - Stress View of Tarsus (1:44)

Chapter 40 - Rear Limbs - Flexed Caudal View of Tarsus (2:31)

Radiology Positioning - Section 6: Front Limbs Part 1

Chapter 41 - Front Limbs - Lateral View of Scapula (1:59)

Chapter 42 - Front Limbs - Lateral View of Shoulder (2:47)

Chapter 43 - Front Limbs - Lateral View of Humerus (1:42)

Chapter 44 - Front Limbs - Lateral View of Elbow (1:26)

Chapter 45 - Front Limbs - Flexed Lateral View of Elbow (1:25)

Chapter 46 - Front Limbs - Lateral View of Radius and Ulna (1:11)

Chapter 47 - Front Limbs - Lateral View of Carpus (0:56)

Chapter 48 - Front Limbs - Flexed Lateral View of Carpus (0:51)

Chapter 49 - Front Limbs - Splayed Lateral View of Metacarpus and Phalanges (2:01)

Chapter 50 - Front Limbs - Isolated View of the Digit (1:33)

Radiology Positioning - Section 6: Front Limbs Part 2

Chapter 51 - Front Limbs - Cranial Caudal View of Scapula (1:31)

Chapter 52 - Front Limbs - Cranial Caudal View of Shoulder (1:14)

Chapter 53 - Front Limbs - Cranial Caudal View of Humerus (1:18)

Chapter 54 - Front Limbs - Cranial Caudal View of Elbow (1:28)

Chapter 55 - Front Limbs - Cranial Caudal View of Radius and Ulna (1:12)

Chapter 56 - Front Limbs - Dorsal-Palmar View of Carpus/Metacarpal/Phalangeas (1:05)

Chapter 57 - Front Limbs - Oblique View of Carpus (2:28)

How It Works

Course Length

The 92 minute video course, broken into 57 short videos, starts as soon as you sign up. It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish. However, we recommend you watch the entire video course right away, so you understand everything you need to know to become a pro at taking small animal radiographs today.

Format

100% online


Your Instructor

Brian Poteet, DVM, Dip.ACVR

Dr. Brian Poteet received his DVM and MS degrees at Texas A&M University. He completed a three-year radiology residency at the University of Tennessee in 1994. He is board certified by the American College of Veterinary Radiology and the American Board of Science in Nuclear Medicine. He currently is the founder and Managing Director of VitalRads, a veterinary teleradiology company based in Cypress (Houston), Texas. He is also an Associate Professor at Texas A&M University and Adjunct Assistant Professor at St. Matthews University, Grand Cayman, BWI.

Dr. Poteet has authored several scientific journal articles and chapters in textbooks. He has presented at numerous national and international veterinary meetings on topics ranging from ultrasound, radiology interpretation, digital radiography as well as computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and nuclear medicine.


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