Clinical Diagnostic Imaging

2 credit hours | Starts September 14

This course is heavily case-based - just like a face-to-face clinical rotation is - and uses over 40 imaging cases selected by board-certified radiologists, to ensure learners are prepared to interpret and diagnose the most common diseases presenting to an entry-level small animal veterinarian.

 Course utilizes a curated library of clinical cases to cover

  • The most common radiographic diseases of dogs and cats 
  • Clinically-relevant fundamentals of radiography 
  • Normal radiographic anatomy, including breed and species variants 
  • All body systems

View the full syllabus here.

The summer session ends on August 31st. You can sign up for the fall session now by clicking here or clicking the Enroll button to the right.

Course Goal

The goal of this course is to deliver a 100% online diagnostic imaging rotation.  By the end of this course, students will learn how to safely take radiographs, and master interpreting common diagnostic imaging cases.    

Learning Objectives

  • Diagnose common small animal diseases from radiographs 
  • Integrate radiographic findings with patient signalment, history and presentation 
  • How to take high-quality diagnostic radiographs 
  • Identify the safety concerns surrounding medical image acquisition 
  • Compare and contrast different imaging modalities as they relate to clinical cases 
  • Identify normal and abnormal clinically-relevant anatomical structures on a radiograph 
  • Appreciate the breadth of normal anatomical variants in veterinary radiographs 
  • Become familiar with reviewing a formal radiology report 


Academic departments wishing to enroll their students, please contact the i-Learning Center at

Students may enroll themselves by selecting "enroll now" 



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