Carrie Fulkerson, DVM, MS, DACVR
Dr. Carrie Fulkerson is a clinical assistant professor of diagnostic imaging and a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology. She obtained her DVM from Purdue University in 2010 followed by a large animal internship at Texas A&M University and later a diagnostic imaging residency/masters at Purdue University. Her clinical interests are in computed tomography, diagnostic oncology imaging, large animal imaging, clinical education and radiation safety.
- Going beyond the standard views: Tips and tricks to get more information out of your radiographic studies
- In this session we will evaluate several case examples where an additional measure was taken that is outside the standard radiographic studies that provides useful clinical information to the case. These additional tools are easy to perform and can be done in any practice. Some examples include – adding additional views, using external compression, and using barium externally.
- The good, the bad, and the ugly: Breaking down radiographic intestinal patterns.
- This session will look at classic intestinal obstruction criteria with a brief review of current literature. We will work through several cases; evaluating the radiographs, developing our impression and differentials, and discuss the next course of action.