WRVMA: Radiographic Review of Pulmonary Patterns & Intestinal Obstructions
***New Location*** Westchester Marriott670 White Plains Road
Tarrytown, NY 10591-5104
***Please note new location - Westchester Marriott***
Presented by: Daniel Lantz, VMD, DACVR
This course will focus on the use of radiographs in patients presenting with 2 common emergencies, respiratory distress and acute vomiting.
In the first hour, we will review pulmonary patterns, and how to use pulmonary patterns and distribution to produce a list of possible diagnoses. We will then review case examples of patients that presented in respiratory distress.
In the second hour, we will discuss a diagnostic approach to the different types of small intestinal mechanical obstructions. We will then review numerous case examples of patients that presented with acute vomiting, and determine whether or not these patients required emergency surgery.
1) Name 4 main pulmonary patterns and explain the imaging characteristics of each pattern.
2) Produce differential diagnosis lists based upon pulmonary pattern type and distribution.
3) Be more confident in determining in the radiographic diagnosis of small intestinal mechanical obstructions.
|6:00 PM - 7:00 PM||Buffet Dinner with Cocktail Hour|
|7:00 PM - 9:00 PM||Lecture|
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Dr. Daniel Lantz joined GSVS in 2022 as the hospital's first board-certified radiologist. Daniel is a native of Northeastern Pennsylvania and completed veterinary school at the University of Pennsylvania in 2013. He then completed rotating and specialty internships at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital. Daniel continued to work as an emergency veterinarian for several years, working at Red Bank Veterinary Hospital, the University of Pennsylvania, and Metropolitan Veterinary Associates; prior to completing a Diagnostic Imaging residency at the Ohio State University. In his free time, Daniel enjoys spending time with his wife, Rebecca McBride, and their dog (Pons) and 2 cats (Rosita and Yasmine); Daniel and Rebecca also love doing Escape Rooms when not at the hospital.