Avian & Exotics

WVC 90th Annual Conference

(EX29) Small Mammal Radiographic Imaging: Case-based Discussion

Thursday, March 8
1:00 PM - 1:50 PM
MBCC, Palm C, Level 3

CE Credits: 1

Radiographic interpretation is always challenging, and can be even more difficult in small exotics. This lecture will discuss methods for obtaining images (including dental images), and will discuss the unique variations in interpretation between species. We will conclude with a series of clinical cases.

Natalie Antinoff

Senior Veterinarian
Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists

Dr. Natalie Antinoff is board certified in Avian Practice. She completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery, and a residency in Avian and Exotic Pet Medicine and Surgery at The Animal Medical Center in New York. She treats a wide variety of species, including birds, reptiles, amphibians, and small mammals. She has a special interest and has done her research in advanced imaging of birds, including CT and MRI. Collaboration with the other specialists already available allows diagnostic and therapeutic strategies tailored to the specific needs of birds and exotic pets. Dr. Antinoff lectures locally, nationally and internationally; and has authored articles and chapters in professional texts and journals. She serves as a mentor for veterinarians seeking board certification and also as an online consultant for veterinarians. Veterinary students spend time at Gulf Coast Avian & Exotics as part of their elective rotation. Dr. Antinoff was awarded the 2003 Non-Traditional Species Practitioner of the Year Award by the Texas Veterinary Medical Association, and the Speaker of the Year Award by the Association of Avian Veterinarians in 2015. Dr. Antinoff was featured in Nat Geo WILD's Animal ER in Fall 2016


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