Webster donates imaging software to veterinary schools

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Webster donates imaging software to veterinary schools

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Mar 15, 2009
By dvm360.com staff
Sterling, Mass. -- Webster Veterinary has donated a copy of the its new student edition imaging program to each U.S. veterinary college to use in their teaching hospitals.

The program, Diagnostic Imaging Atlas, contains more than 2,000 anatomy illustrations, surgical animations and diagnostic images and was developed with the help of faculty members at Kansas State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. Te software is meant to aid with client communication.

Webster acquired the software program from Odyssey Veterinary Software in 2008.