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Minipigs in Health and Disease

Minipigs in Health and Disease

Minipigs in Health and Disease

Dr Bruce Williams DVM
Dr Bruce Williams DVM
on behalf of C.L. Davis, DVM Foundation

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Launch date: 19 Nov 2016

Expiry Date: 19 Nov 2018

Last updated: 27 Jun 2017

Reference: 167120

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Minipigs in Health and Disease
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Description

This RACE-accredited 1.5 hour lecture reviews basic information, husbandry, anatomic peculiarities, common background findings, and pathologic lesions common to various breeds of minipigs in use in laboratory systems.

Objectives

Discuss of basic breeds of minipigs commonly used in research
This lecture will describe the basic breeds of minipigs commonly used in research, as well as types of research applications, juvenile and adult characteristics, and breed peculiarities particular to each.
Discuss husbandry issues of laboratory minipigs.
This lecture covers husbandry issues of concern in minipigs and discusses best practices for their environment.
Discussion of appropriate anatomic features relating to clinical disease
Appropriate anatomic and microanatomic features of the musculoskeletal system of the dog will be discussed as they relate to the entities featured in this lecture.
Demonstration of gross and histologic pathologic lesions.
The diseases of the musculoskeletal system of the dog will be presented by images of the of gross pathologic changes. Appropriate anatomic and clinical pathologic features to aid in diagnosis, as well as differential diagnoses will be presented with each entity.
Summative exam
The student will be challenged with a test at the end of the material to reinforce and measure the learning before issuing a certificate of completion. The student should review the training module if necessary before retaking the test.
Dr Bruce Williams DVM

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Dr Bruce Williams DVM
on behalf of C.L. Davis, DVM Foundation

Dr. Bruce Williams is the Senior Pathologist at the Joint Pathology Center, with over 25 years of experience in the pathology of domestic and laboratory animal species.

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