Ophthalmology II: Management of Corneal Disease and Advanced Ophthalmic Surgery for the General Practitioner
Take the next step to further enhance your ophthalmology skills with our Ophthalmology II workshop. This course is designed for experienced veterinary surgeons who already have skills in performing basic ocular surgeries. In this workshop you will focus on more complex procedures that will allow you to gain confidence in treating larger eyelid tumours, entropion cases and progressive corneal ulceration.
It is recommended that attendees to this workshop have a minimum of 5 years clinical experience and/or have attended our Ophthalmology I workshop.
- Medical management of corneal ulceration
- Basic principles of wound closure
- Decision making for ophthalmic surgery
- Planning for success in ophthalmic surgery
- Triangle-triangle rotational eyelid graft
- Read procedure for lower lid entropion
- Lateral canthal closure procedure for entropion
- 360-degree conjunctival graft for corneal ulceration
CPD AU: 16 points
CPD NZ: 8 points