Feline ophthalmology is an essential reference tool for small animal veterinarians and students alike. The App contains over 190 first class, labelled examples of feline eye disease. All of the pictures are on the phone or iPad and no internet connection is required after the first use.
Developed by Natasha Mitchell MVB DVOphthal MRCVS this App is more than an atlas of eye disease.
Extensive notes are also included covering;
• Overview of each disease
• Clinical signs
A complete guide to examination of the feline eye is included in the App. The blind eye, cloudy eye and red eye are also discussed along with useful tips on how to make a diagnosis on these difficult cases. The App is organised so that if you can at least identify the structure in the eye involved, you will receive a list of potential differential diagnosis for pathology in that area. The extensive illustrations will greatly help to enhance your ability to recognise specific conditions.
Natasha is giving a talk to the Kilkenny Clinical Society on Wednesday 12th October at 7.30pm. The title is “Ocular surgery in small animals” and the venue is the Newpark Hotel, Kilkenny.
Natasha has obtained a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons Diploma in Veterinary Ophthalmology by examination.
VETERINARY IRELAND EQUINE ESSENTIALS CVE EVENT ON
OPHTHALMOLOGY, REPRODUCTION & FIELD EMERGENCIES
FRIDAY 11TH MARCH AT 1.15 PM – ORANMORE LODGE HOTEL, GALWAY
|Speakers:|| Natasha Mitchell MVB CertVOphthal MRCVS
Brigid McGing MVB MRCVS
Jennifer Stephen BVMS DipECVS
For more information, contact:
Veterinary Ireland, 13 The Courtyard, Kilcarbery Park, Nangor Road, Dublin 22.
Tel: 01-457-7976 Fax: 01-457-7998
Natasha Mitchell and Dr David Gould are speaking at day-long practical ophthalmlogy courses in the UK. The course dates are:
Thursday 17th February 2011, Holiday Inn, London-Gatwick
Thursday 3rd March 2011, Holiday Inn, Solihull
Thursday 12th May 2011, Holiday Inn, Leeds-Garforth
Thursday 9th June 2011, Holiday Inn, Winchester
To find out more, or to book a place, click on this link
Winter ’10 Newsletter – please click on here and then click on the same heading on the next page for the newsletter to open
Eye Vet will be closed from 20th December, and will re-open on Wednesday 29th December. In the case of any eye emergencies, please call Michael Woods at Primrose Hill Veterinary Hospital, Dun Laoghaire on 01-2803303.
Natasha wishes to take this opportunity to thank all the vets and pet owners who have used Eye Vet services throughout the year, and to wish everyone the warmest season’s greetings with best wishes for a happy and healthy new year.
This article was published in the Irish Veterinary Journal. Please click on the link and then click again to open the pdf document.