This course will remain RACE-approved until April 6th, 2022. Please complete the quiz and submit it for license renewal before that date to received CE credit.
Corneal ulcers are a common ophthalmic condition presenting to the small animal practitioner. This author likes to classify corneal ulcers as “simple and uncomplicated” or “complicated/emergent”. If emergent, they typically present due to significant ocular discomfort, loss of vision, or compromised globe integrity. Prompt intervention and proper treatment are essential to preserve vision and restore ocular comfort. Please join me to discuss appropriate diagnosis and treatment strategies for various ulcer types.
Presented by Elizabeth Giuliano DVM, MS, DACVO
Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Missouri
Presented at Chicago Vet 2019
Clinical Theater Two
Wednesday, May 13 at 10:30 AM
1 RACE-approved CE credit can be earned upon completion of this course if your post-course quiz score is higher than 70%.