Since our last visit, I have wrapped up a few more rotations and done a bit of traveling. I spent two weeks on the Clinical Pathology and Necropsy rotation. We spent the first half of each day evaluating blood smears, serum chemistries and complete blood counts. This is not my strong suit, but I was able to vastly improve my ability to perform and interpret these diagnostic tests. In the afternoon, we performed necropsies on deceased animals in the hopes of identifying the cause of their clinical signs. Altogether, it was a good two weeks, and I certainly didn’t mind being inside when the temperatures started dropping below zero degrees.
Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays everyone. It’s hard to believe the year is almost over. 2017 has been a pretty great year, all things considered.
Hello everyone! It’s been another month, believe it or not, and it’s now time for my November blog post. Time continues to fly by, and I am certainly enjoying my fourth year of veterinary school.
Hard to believe it’s been an entire month since the last time we talked. Time flies when you’re having fun, and I’m managing to have quite a bit of fun, despite the rigors of veterinary school.
Hello everyone, my name is Brent Sexton and I’m excited to have the opportunity to share my veterinary school experience with you! As this is my first blog post, I will introduce myself before I dig into my veterinary experiences.