WVC traveling classroom to focus on pet eye care
Veterinary ophthalmologist Dr. Mary Belle Glaze will lecture in Indianapolis.
How to best approach ocular disease in veterinary patients is the subject of WVC’s next “On the Road” continuing education course, set for Sept. 17 at the JW Marriott hotel in Indianapolis.
“Ophthalmology in General Practice” will be presented by Mary Belle Glaze, DVM, DACVO, who practices at Gulf Coast Animal Eye Clinic in Houston.
Dr. Glaze will address:
- Treatment practices for superficial ulcers
- Maintenance of nonulcerative corneal disease
- Canine and feline uveitis clinical signs and treatment options
- Acute care for the critical eye
Attendees can earn six CE hours.
Las Vegas-based WVC began “On the Road” in 2014 with stops in Oklahoma City and Indianapolis. Also planned for this fall are the courses “Everything You Need to Know about Liver Disease,” on Oct. 21 in Salt Lake City, and “Small Animal Dentistry for the General Practitioner,” on Oct 22 in Oklahoma City.
Registration for the 2017 courses is available at www.wvc.org/ontheroad.
WVC’s annual conference, its largest event by far, will take place March 4 to 8, 2018, at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas. Conference registration opens Sept. 1.