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Veterinary produces a digital newsletter 3-4 times a year. It contains information about ophthalmic diseases, diagnosis and treatment, updates from the annual meeting of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and selected cases (“What’s Your Diagnosis”). These cases are also posted on the website.

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Veterinary Vision hosts evening seminars from 6:30-8 PM in our San Carlos facility. These are limited to 15 veterinarians, allowing for a casual atmosphere with plenty of opportunity for questions and occasionally some hands-on experience. The meeting provides one hour of RACE approved CE and includes a light dinner.

Spaces at these small seminars is limited – click on the link below or call 650-551-1115 to reserve.

Glaucoma...Can You Handle the Pressure?

Glaucoma is the most common cause of irreversible blindness in dogs. The clinical signs can be insidious and are often missed at an initial exam. Accurate diagnosis and prompt treatment can make the difference between a sighted comfortable eye and a blind painful globe requiring enucleation or another salvage procedure. Is the glaucoma primary or secondary? Is the lens luxated? Learn about means of measuring intraocular pressure ("Should you have a Tonopen?"), medical management you can do to "buy time" and preserve vision, new techniques for treatment, including MicroPulse Laser treatment, now available at Veterinary Vision.

Date: June 6, 2017

Available Spaces: 0

Herpes Ophthalmic Disease: You Mean My Pet Has an STD?

Learn about herpes ophthalmic disease in veterinary species from Dr. Gwen Lynch, DACVO. Numerous ophthalmic conditions of varying severity are attributed to feline herpes virus type 1 and they will be discussed at length. Did you know that dogs and horses are less commonly affected by their own herpesvirus and (admittedly rarely) the eye is a target organ?

Date: October 4, 2017

Available Spaces: 14