In this presentation the anatomy and imaging anatomy of the eye and orbit are reviewed. All imaging modalities are covered and examples of the most common diseases and their imaging features are given. Ultrasound of the eye especially is a non-invasive technique that can be added to the clinical exam and can easily be used in practice. CT or MRI, although less commonly available in smaller practices, are more and more accessible to veterinarians and make part of this presentation, in particular for what concerns disease of the orbit.
Veerle Volckaert graduated from Ghent University as a Master in Veterinary Medicine in 2010. She continued working at the university, doing an internship, followed by a residency at the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (ECVDI). She received the diploma of specialist of the ECVDI in 2015 and finished her PhD in nuclear medicine at Ghent University in 2016. Veerle is currently working as a radiologist in a private referral centre in the United Kingdom.
Veerle Volckaert is the author and co-author of different scientific publications and has participated in international conferences.
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