Archive for the ‘Veterinary Teaching Hospital’ Category
In April, surgeon Jennifer Warnock at the OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital rebuilt the wing of a bald eagle brought into the hospital by the Chintimini Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Corvallis. The wing was badly fractured and required delicate surgery involving pins and an external fixator. The eagle came through the surgery well but no one [...]
A couple of years ago, Diane Ostergaard brought her kitty into the OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Wolf was critically ill with cancer and was not eating so he spent some time in the ICU while the hospital built his strength up and treated his cancer. Today Wolf takes cancer medication every two weeks and most [...]
The OSU College of Veterinary Medicine’s residency training program in radiology that was recently accredited by the American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR). This is in addition to accreditation of the program by the European Diagnostic Imaging program in 2011. To see a list of ACVR accredited programs, visit the ACVR website.
When a Portland woman inherited a creepy old mummy, she wasn’t sure who or what it was. That changed when she put it up for sale on E-bay. Two scientists from Quinnipiac University saw it and contacted her. Ron Beckett and Gerald Conlogue — former hosts of the National Geographic program “Mummy Road Show” — [...]
The Small Animal Clinic at the OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital treats cats and dogs only. But when a national symbol of freedom needs help, it’s hard not to make an exception. Last week the Chintimini Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (CWC) north of Corvallis, brought a bald eagle with a badly injured wing to the hospital. Small [...]