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(1) Multipurpose Rigid Endoscopy - April 23, 2018-- Registration is OPEN

This is an introductory course on rigid endoscopy using the 2.7 mm multipurpose rigid endoscope and video otoscope.

(2) Introduction to Small Animal Laparoscopy - April 24-25, 2018 - Registration is CLOSED; Course is FULL

Laparoscopy is a minimally invasive approach to the abdomen for organ biopsy, diagnostic techniques and surgical procedures.

(3) Laparoscopic Ovariectomy - April 26, 2018 (afternoon lab) Registration is CLOSED; course is FULL

Laparoscopic ovariectomy method of sterilization of female dogs and cats.

(4) Advanced Minimally Invasive Surgical Laparoscopy - April 26 (morning lecture) & 27, 2018 Registration is OPEN

In this course we will explore the world of minimally invasive surgery.

28th Annual Conference for Technicians - April 14-15, 2018 Registration is OPEN

Our program this year includes many of our talented technicians and faculty members presenting the latest information.
From $30.00

79th Annual Conference for Veterinarians - April 14-15, 2018 Registration is OPEN

REGISTRATION IS OPEN for the 79th Annual Conference for Veterinarians. Saturday and Sunday, April 14-15, 2018 in Fort Collins, Colorado.
From $30.00

Arthroscopic (1) - Basic Arthroscopy (Equine) - August 15, 2018 - Registration is OPEN

The course teaches the basic principles of equine arthroscopy.

Arthroscopic (2) - Advanced Arthroscopic Surgery (Equine)- August 16-17, 2018 - Registration is OPEN

This totally revamped arthroscopic surgery course was previously given in 2013 with a renewed practical format, including four laboratories to give optimal practical information on how to do advanced arthroscopy and with particular emphasis on approaches for internal fixation of fractures in the carpus and fetlock, new arthroscopic techniques in the femoropatellar and femorotibial joints, advanced arthroscopic surgery of the hock and important tenoscopic surgical techniques as well as bursoscopy. There will be lots of hands-on instruction with plenty of top level instructors to help as the key issues. The course is headed by the authors of the third edition, and upcoming fourth edition of Diagnostic and Surgical Arthroscopy in the Horse by Drs. McIlwraith, Nixon and Wright, and assist-ed by Drs. Frisbie, Kawcak and Goodrich of CSU. Dr. Frisbie is also going to lead a separate course on July 30th on the new standing stifle diagnostic arthroscopy technique that he has pioneered.