Reconstructing Body Wall Hernias: Are There a Hole Lot of Options?
Presented by Jessica J Leeman, DVM, Surgery Resident
Class material is designed for veterinarians, all members of the veterinary team are welcome to attend. There is no charge to attend this class in the SVS conference room. This CE will be submitted to the veterinary board of governors for 1 hour of CE credit for veterinarians and veterinary technicians.
Dr. Leeman received her bachelor's degree at Florida Atlantic University in southern Florida, followed by veterinary school at the University of Florida and a rotating internship at Louisiana State University. Her affinity for small animal surgery began in freshman anatomy and has since developed into a passion for correcting, and sometimes curing, surgical diseases. Her current interests involve reconstructive and emergency surgeries. Jessica's future goals consist of becoming a surgical diplomat, with a special interest in the academic setting. Outside of her professional life, Jessica enjoys swimming, fishing, exploring the Pacific Northwest, and spending time with her yorkie, Scoop of Ice Cream.
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