DENTISTRY and OROFACIAL SURGERY

of EXOTIC COMPANION MAMMALS

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  • RABBIT

    DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING

    This session of the course is dedicated entirely to diagnostic imaging modalities for rabbit dentistry.

    Basic imaging (radiography, oral endoscopy), and advanced imaging (computed tomography, magnetic resonance) will be extensively discussed in regard of both normal aspects and pathologic findings.

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  • Radiography of the Head and Teeth (120 min.)

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    USA Central Time

    USA Eastern Time

    UK

    Europe Central Time

    6.00 AM

    8.00 AM

    9.00 AM

    2.00 PM

    3.00 PM

    This extensive lecture is entirely focused on radiography for diagnosis of rabbit dental disease.

    It includes:

    - the radiographic equipment

    - the patient positioning

    - the extraoral projections including additional projection and the normal radiographic anatomy

    - the use of diagnostic lines

    - the intraoral views

    - an overview of radiographic abnormalities

  • Break (30 min.)

  • Inspection of the Oral Cavity and Oral Endoscopy (30 min.)

    USA Pacific Time

    USA Central Time

    USA Eastern Time

    UK

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    8.30 AM

    10.30 AM

    11.30 AM

    4.30 PM

    5.30 PM

    This lecture focuses on the inspection of the oral cavity under anesthesia, with the aid of rigid endoscopy (stomatoscopy).

    Subtopics will be discussed as follows:

    - instruments for inspection of the oral cavity, including the specific table top mouth gag/restrainer

    - equipment for rigid endoscopy

    - stomatoscopy of the normal patient

    - an overview of dental and oral abnormalities diagnosed via stomatoscopy

  • Computed Tomography (CT) (60 min.)

    USA Pacific Time

    USA Central Time

    USA Eastern Time

    UK

    Europe Central Time

    9.00 AM

    11.00 AM

    12.00 PM

    5.00 PM

    6.00 PM

    This lecture focuses on the inspection of the oral cavity under anesthesia, with the aid of rigid endoscopy (stomatoscopy).

    Subtopics will be discussed as follows:

    - instruments for inspection of the oral cavity, including the specific table top mouth gag/restrainer

    - equipment for rigid endoscopy

    - stomatoscopy of the normal patient

    - an overview of dental and oral abnormalities diagnosed via stomatoscopy

  • Break (30 min.)

  • Practical Session: Viewing CT Scan (60 min.)

    USA Pacific Time

    USA Central Time

    USA Eastern Time

    UK

    Europe Central Time

    10.30 AM

    12.30 PM

    1.30 PM

    6.30 PM

    7.30 PM

    This session shows in detail the use of DICOM software for viewing CT scans, including basic functions such as 2D orthogonal MPR, 3D curved MPR, 3D surface and volume rendering. Clinical cases will be displayed and discussed.

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) (30 min.)

    USA Pacific Time

    USA Central Time

    USA Eastern Time

    UK

    Europe Central Time

    11.30 AM

    1.30 PM

    2.30 PM

    7.30 PM

    8.30 PM

    This lecture is entirely focused on MRI as advanced imaging modality for diagnosis of complications of dental disease in rabbits.

    It includes:

    - the basic principles of MRI

    - the standard sequences

    - an overview of dental, oral and facial abnormalities diagnosed via MRI scan

    - comparison with CT scan

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