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A Craniocervical Junction Foreign Body Causing Peracute Tetraparesis in a Young Dog

Seminar: Friday: Technicians' Program

Friday, October 13
10:00 AM - 10:25 AM
Location: Grand Ballroom 4, Level 3

Brittany Laflen, RVT

Neurology Technician
Purdue University Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Brittany received her associate of science degree in veterinary technology from Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana, in 2010. After spending time in a small animal general practice, she began working in the neurology department at Purdue University as a registered veterinary technician in 2012. In addition to clinical case work, she teaches fundamentals of neurology and neurologic diseases to students in the veterinary technician program at Purdue University. She is currently in pursuit of a Veterinary Technician Specialist credential in neurology.

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