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The Animal Chiropractic Certification Commission (ACCC) of the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association develops standards of care in animal chiropractic, conducts a professional certification program and awards credentials to individuals who...
ACZM Diplomates serve in responsible positions as zoo and wildlife veterinarians, teachers, researchers, government officials, and administrators of other relevant programs fostering high quality medical care for non-domestic animals and are...
Board certified veterinary toxicologists are a vital link in human and animal health. Veterinary toxicology ranges from biotoxins (natural chemicals produced by plants, animals, bacteria, fungi, and phytoplankton) to the toxic effects of...
Candidates for certification as "Veterinary Anatomic Pathologist" will be examined in four areas: (1) General Pathology, (2) Gross Pathology, (3) Microscopic Pathology, and (4) Veterinary Pathology.
A candidate for Diplomate status must have capabilities extending over the broad area encompassed by microbiology as applied to veterinary medical science. A candidate must be well informed in bacteriology, mycology, virology and immunology, and...
To be eligible for examination and certification as a Diplomate in Veterinary Radiology, candidates must have training supervised by two ACVR Diplomates in a program that meets the guidelines established by the Executive Council of the American...

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