WVC 90th Annual Conference

(EQ5) Horses vs Differentials: Which Do You Necropsy?

Wednesday, March 7
2:00 PM - 2:50 PM
MBCC, Palm B, Level 3

CE Credits: 1

A practical approach to the field necropsy that collects a full set of tissues in just 30 minutes using a systematic approach instead of a differential based grab and go technique that often fails to collect the right tissues

J. Scot Estep

Dr. Estep is a boarded veterinary pathologist with a clinical slant. He was born in Bryan Texas but moved to Oklahoma as a kid and graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1992. He spent one year in feedlot and equine medicine in western Kansas before joining the Army. During his 20 year Army career he spent 5 years running busy small animal practices in Missouri and Germany, 3 years in veterinary pathology residency, 4 years in neurology and ocular research, and 8 years in wound healing, shock and hemorrhage control research. Specifically he supported development of the one-handed tourniquet and topical hemostatic dressings that have been credited with saving the lives of hundreds of wounded soldiers and patients in both combat and civilian trauma around the world. Dr. Estep is an adjunct professor at the Army Medical Center and School and has lectured and taught around the US and Europe on cytology, diagnostic necropsy, Chagas Disease, feline enteritis and getting the most from pathology.
Dr Estep is also still a clinical veterinarian he provides relief work for large and small animal practices in the San Antonio area, he thinks it is only fair that a pathology see the regular frustrations of practice and not just to be an armchair pathologist.


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