10/29/14 CE: Radiographic Approach to the Vomiting or Limping Dog or Cat

How can a radiographic approach provide answers for cases of a vomiting or limping dog or cat? Learn more...

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

6:00 p.m. - 8:45 p.m.

2 CE Credits 

Closed on 10/20/14 - full capacity
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CE Location: Boston Burlington Marriott Hotel, 1 Burlington Mall Road, Burlington, MA 01803


Speaker: Steven Tsai, DVM, DACVR, Diagnostic Imaging Service, Angell Animal Medical Center


Pricing: Complimentary dinner and lecture for veterinarians and technicians.


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6:00pm - 6:25pm


Registration, drinks, and buffet dinner served


6:25pm - 7:25pm

Part 1:
Radiographic Approach to the Vomiting Dog or Cat

  • Mechanical Ileus
  • Linear Foreign Bodies
  • Abdominal Masses
  • Other Surgical Conditions

7:25pm - 7:35pm


7:35pm - 8:35pm

Part 2:
Radiographic Approach to the Limping Dog or Cat

  • Developmental Bone Diseases
  • Chronic Degenerative Diseases
  • Aggressive Bone Lesions

8:35pm - 8:45pm

  • Q & A

Speaker Biography:

Steven Tsai, DVM, DACVR

Dr. Tsai joined the Diagnostic Imaging department at Angell in 2012. He regularly conducts imaging studies and provides interpretations to aid clinicians in making diagnoses. Dr. Tsai received his bachelor's degree from Princeton University in 1998. After several years in New York and Seattle, he worked as a vet tech at the San Francisco SPCA before moving to New England for veterinary school. Dr. Tsai received his DVM from Tufts University in 2007, completed a small animal rotating internship at the University of Pennsylvania, and then returned to Tufts for a three year residency in diagnostic imaging, which he completed in July 2011.

Born and raised outside of Philadelphia, Dr. Tsai is a life-long Philly sports fan. In his spare time, Dr. Tsai loves to cook, ski, and of course spend time with his wife, new baby, and their small menagerie of critters: two birds, two Guinea pigs, two chinchillas, two rats.... and a horse.

Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, DVM, 2007
Princeton University, 1998

Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine, Residency in Diagnostic Imaging, 2008-2011
University of Pennsylvania, Small Animal Rotating Internship, 2007-2008

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Radiology, 2012

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