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September 13, 2021 - The Problem Mare - Laboratory Session Only

The goal of this one day in person hands-on laboratory session is to provide veterinarians with an opportunity to learn about common and less common reproductive abnormalities of the mare, as well as current diagnostic and therapeutic techniques that can be incorporated into clinical practice. Participants must complete the virtual Problem Mare course prior to attending this laboratory session. The virtual problem mare course provides the necessary background lecture material to precede the in-person course. See registration link below.

Register Here for Virtual Course

$650.00

**Registration is closed for the lab session** Laboratory session will provide hands-on opportunities for collection of uterine culture, cytology and biopsy samples, vaginal speculum examinations and endoscopic evaluation of the uterine lumen. Additional laboratory sessions will be devoted to practical techniques for microbial culture and identification of bacterial organisms as well as how to set up a basic microbiology laboratory in a private practice. In addition, interpretation of endometrial cytology and uterine biopsy samples will be reviewed. Other laboratory sessions will include uterine lavage, intrauterine infusions and specialty treatments for the management of endometritis and subfertile mares.

Laboratory session is for veterinarians only. 

Colorado State University has a long history as a referral center for problem mares. The continuing education programs in equine reproduction at CSU are renowned for being practical and thorough with an innovative hands-on approach. Participants must complete the virtual Problem Mare course prior to attending this laboratory session. 

-FLYER

Courses are held at the Equine Reproduction Laboratory
Colorado State University, 3101 Rampart Rd., Fort Collins, CO 80521

CSU ERL reserves the right to cancel course at any time. CSU ERL follows all University, State and CDC guidelines in regards to the prevention of COVD-19.