LAMS 515 Food Animal Internal Medicine

(5 cr.) (Didactic)

The principles of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases of domesticated ruminants, as well as swine and camelids, are taught utilizing a lecture format with integrated case discussions to illustrate the context and application of material presented and to promote development of problem-solving skills. Individual and herd medicine as well as food safety and the role of the veterinarian in promotion of a healthy food supply are addressed.