Grand Rounds

Every Friday morning during the fall and spring semesters, fourth-year students in the College of Veterinary Medicine give short seminars and case presentations on selected subjects from their clinical rotations in the Lloyd Veterinary Medical Center’s small animal and large animal hospitals.
Now you have the opportunity to view Grand Rounds either live (Fridays at 8 am) or when you have a few spare moments.

How to view Grand Rounds:

September 14 Presentations

  • It's "Just" a UTI
  • Monesin Mo Problems
  • Mitral Value What?
  • A Different Type of Blocked Cat

August 31 Presentations

  • A Yorkshire Terrier's Battle Against Tracheal Collapse
  • The Race Against Newcastle Disease
  • The Pericardial Effusion Confusion
  • Canine Osteosarcoma Vaccine: A Case Study

August 17 Presentations

  • Proximal Femur Fractures: To Pin or Not to Pin
  • MARCO... POLO: Where Your Lameness Coming From?
  • Where the Highway Ends and the West Begins
  • Whatever Floats Your Goats

August 10 Presentations

  • Dagny in a Pinsch
  • Crouching Syncope, Hidden ITP
  • Bovine Zoonosis and You
  • The Coughing Clone

August 3 Presentations

  • The Hoof Makes the Horse: Use of Contrast Venograms in a Laminitic Horse
  • FIP: Only the Good Die Young
  • Use of a Hurricane Fogger for Mycoplasma Hyopneumoniae Inoculation in Nursery Age Gilts
  • Genomics: A SNP of the Dairy Industry

July 20 Presentations

  • Jack on the Rocks
  • A Case of Drowning
  • A Sticky Situation, A Case of Unresolved Pyothorax
  • The Road to Prolapse: Cloacal Proplapse in Pogona Vitticeps

July 13 Presentations

  • Calypso: A Mystery ADR Patient
  • When a Bovine Claw Meets a Saw: A Case of a Septic Coffin Joint
  • A Rare Cae of Neuro-Ophthalmic Disorder
  • Scooby Doo and the Mystery of the Swollen Leg