Radiology as a tool for teaching veterinary anatomy.

@article{Croy2003RadiologyAA,
  title={Radiology as a tool for teaching veterinary anatomy.},
  author={B. Anne Croy and Howard Dobson},
  journal={Journal of veterinary medical education},
  year={2003},
  volume={30 3},
  pages={
          264-9
        }
}
Instructors at the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) have a long-standing commitment to the use of radiographic films in teaching introductory anatomy in the DVM program. The imaging component of the course has evolved from being heavily instructor-dependent, with small group teaching in each laboratory session, to being almost self-taught. The manner in which recognition of structures in radiographic images is examined has also changed. In 2001 a novel examination process was introduced. Here… CONTINUE READING