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Radiology Case Studies: What Answers Can Radiography and Ultrasound Provide?

The Beirut Restaurant
4082 Monroe St
Toledo ,OH 43606
Wednesday, March 27th '19
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
(419) 473-0885

The Toledo Veterinary Medical Association

Cordially invites you to a

Dinner Presentation:

 

Radiology Case Studies: What Answers Can Radiography and Ultrasound Provide?

Rachel Bowlus, DVM, DACVR (Illumine Imaging)

          MARCH 27, 2019

The Beirut

4082 Monroe St

Toledo, Ohio 43606

 

Registration: 6:00 pm

Dinner & Presentation: 6:30 pm

Cash Bar

RSVP to Reynold’s Road Animal Hospital

419-531-5589

Veterinarians only – 1 CE Hour

Dr. Bowlus is originally from Perrysburg, Ohio.  Her favorite pastime growing up was riding and showing Quarter horses.  This pastime eventually lead to her career in Veterinary Medicine.  She obtained her DVM degree at The Ohio State University in 2002 and graduated summa cum laude.  In 2002, she was accepted into the internship program at Wheat Ridge Animal Hospital in Denver, CO.  Rachel moved to Manhattan, Kansas in 2003 for a residency in radiology at Kansas State University.  She was board certified in veterinary radiology in 2007.  Her research interest was musculoskeletal MRI, studying avascular necrosis of the femoral head in dogs.  She has received extensive training in cross-sectional imaging and especially enjoys ultrasonography.  Rachel worked as a mobile radiologist and at several specialty and emergency centers in Colorado from 2007-2011. She began work as a Teleradiologist in 2011-present, consulting in veterinary imaging cases worldwide.  Dr. Bowlus formed Illumine Imaging in July 2016 as a way to provide ancillary radiology services to veterinary practitioners and emergency/referral hospitals.

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