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Tuition and Dates
 Conventional Ophthalmology
 $750
 TCVM Ophthalmology
 $550
 Registering both TCVM and either Conventional Portion  -$200
 Online Course Dates
2019 Online CE Course Dates May 17 - Aug. 17, 2019

 

 


  • A one-time non-refundable $100 application fee is required of all new students of the Chi Institute. Registration will not be processed without payment of the application fee.
  • Tuition includes a printable PDF file of class notes that can be downloaded from our remote learning website. Students preferring a hard copy printout of lecture notes over an electronic file can have a hard copy delivered to them for an additional $50 fee.
Conventional Course Syllabus

This course will be available online.

Small Animal 25 CE Hours

Lecture 
Topic 
 Instructor
1-3 Introduction to Small Animal Eye Exam  Dr. Dennis Brooks
4
Diagnosis and Treatment of Orbit Disease
5 Diagnosis and Treatment of Conjunctiva and Nictitating Membrane Disease
6 Eyelids Disorders
7 Lacrimal System Disorders
8-11 Diagnosis and Treatment of Superficial and Deep Corneal Ulcers 
12  Anatomy and Physiology of the Uveal Track 
13 Uvea Disorders 
14-15 Introduction to Glaucoma
16-17 Diseases and Surgery of the Lens 
18-19 Funduscopic Examination of the Small Animal Retina and Optic Nerve
20-21 Ocular Manifestations of Systemic Diseases in Small Animals
22-23 Feline Ophthalmic Diseases
24-25 Exotic Animal Ophthalmic Diseases
TCVM Ophthalmology Syllabus

This course will be available online. 

16 Hours
Lecture Topic  Speaker
1  Introduction to TCVM Ophthalmology Dr. Shen Xie
2-4 TCVM for Corneal Disease in Horses
5-6 TCVM for Equine Recurrent Uveitis and Conjunctivitis/Blepharitis
7 TCVM for Glaucoma, Cataracts and Others in Horses
8-9 TCVM for KCS (Dry Eye) in Small Animals
10 TCVM for  Corneal ulcers and Uveitis in Small Animals
11  TCVM for Glaucoma and Cataracts in Small Animals
12 TCVM for Pinkeye, Herpesvirus, Pannus and Others in Small Animals
13-16 Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine for the Treatment of Eye Disorders in Small Animals Dr. Han-wen Cheng