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    K-State Undergraduate Catalog 2000-2002
     

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    Clinical Sciences

    G. Grover,* Interim Head

    Professors Biller,* Brightman,* Carpenter,* Chenoweth,* R. DeBowes,* Elmore,* Fingland,* Gillespie,* Spire,* and Vestweber;* Associate Professors Cox,* Davidson,* Galland,* Gaughan,* Hodgson,* Hoskinson,* McMurphy,* Roush,* and Rush;* Assistant Professors Angelos,* Bagladi-Swanson,* Christmas,* Chun,* Dreitz,* Fortney, Garrett, Gaughan, Gnad, Hankins, Harkin, N. Isaza, R. Isaza, Lillich,* Mason, Moore, Olsen,* Radlinsky, Renberg, Sanderson, Sargeant,* and Worster; Emeriti: Professors Anderson, Beeman, Blauch, Butler, Carnahan, Edwards, Guffy, Leith, Noordsy, and Taussig; Adjunct Professors Allen, Crane, Kirk,* Logan, Meyers, Rewerts, Richardson, Roudebush, Welsh, and Zicker.

    The KSU-Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital is equipped for diagnosis and treatment of animal disease and for instruction of veterinary students, house officers, and post-graduate veterinarians.

    The hospital has a capacity of 82 large animal patients and 150 small animal patients. Clinical faculty accompanied by students provide clinical veterinary service to clients in the local community, clients of referring veterinarians from a six-state region, and local and regional livestock farms. In addition to caring for sick animals, they provide preventative medical services and consultation on production medicine and management.

    Fourth-year students are active participants in the hospitals and clinical services. Students are regularly assigned on a rotation basis during the year to various specialists on the clinical staff.

    The department presents courses in medicine, surgery, obstetrics, theriogenology, anesthesiology, radiology, oncology, dermatology, and other clinical specialists to veterinary students and post-DVM trainees.

    Topics within Veterinary Medicine:
    dGeneral Requirements dClinical Sciences   
    dAnatomy and Physiology dDiagnostic Medicine/ Pathobiology   
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    Kansas State University
    November 10, 2000