Have you run out of Netflix yet? Don’t worry, Dr. Richard Dubielzig has prepared a series of lectures on eye tumors that will keep you entertained for 4.5h!
Please see below a message from The American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ACVO) and The Comparative Ocular Pathology Laboratory of Wisconsin (COPLOW) and the links where you’ll find these lectures.
COMPLIMENTARY LECTURE SERIES FROM ACVO & COPLOW
We thank Dr. Richard Dubielzig for making his three-part lecture series on, Ocular Neoplasia in Dogs and in Cats, available to the veterinary ophthalmology and pathology community free of charge for a limited time. This project is sponsored jointly by the Comparative Ocular Pathology Laboratory of Wisconsin (COPLOW) and the ACVO.
These lectures and recordings are the property of COPLOW and ACVO. By watching these videos, you agree that they are protected by copyright and are not for distribution or sale through any other source. Contact ACVO to request special permissions. Videos will be available for approximately 30 days.
These lectures were developed and recorded by Dr. Richard Dubielzig, founding director of COPLOW. These focus on the morphology, and natural history of neoplastic diseases of the globe, conjunctiva, eyelids, and orbit. The breeds, sex, age, and anatomic location of each condition is evaluated using the extensive archives of the COPLOW.
Feel free to watch these complimentary for the next 30 days. You are welcome to forward these links to anyone who might be interested in viewing them.
There are three lectures: (Note, emails sometimes split a link, if the hyperlink does not work in the email, cut and paste it in its entirety in a browser and it should work.)
Tumors of the canine globe - << CLICK HERE >>
Tumors of the canine conjunctiva, eyelids, and orbit - << CLICK HERE >>
Tumors of the feline globe and surrounding tissues - << CLICK HERE >>
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