Digital Radiography: Getting the Most From Your Equipment (1234)
Companion Animal Medicine |  Radiology/Imaging
Saturday |  3:00 PM -  3:50 PM
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center||HEMISFAIR 2



William Widmer Diplomate ACVR

Dr. W.R. Widmer is a board-certified specialist in diagnostic imaging presently maintaining an imaging consultation service in Indiana. He is also a Professor Emeritus in Veterinary Radiology at the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, where he was a faculty member for 20 years. After graduation from Purdue in 1969, Dr. Widmer was engaged in private practice for 15 years before completing a combined graduate program and radiology residency at Purdue. A Master of Science degree was earned in 1986, residency was completed in 1987 and Diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Radiology was attained in 1988.

Presentation Info

CE Credit(s): 1.00
CE Level: 2


Veterinary use of digital radiographic systems continues to grow at a rapid pace. Many veterinarians have digital equipment, but may not be getting the most from their equipment. Image acquisition, ways to ensure good image quality and proper interpretation of digital images are among the topics covered. This presentation is also geared toward those that are purchasing digital equipment.

Learning Objectives

1. understanding basics of image generation and digital format image files

2. how to make and interpret high quality images

3. understanding pitfalls and limitations

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