DACVSDiplomate, American College of Veterinary Surgeons
DACVSDevon Association of Councils for Voluntary Service (UK)
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"You can just remove the femoral head--the ball part of the hip's ball-and- socket joint--and not replace it," says Ursula Krotscheck, DVM, DACVS, Cornell College of Veterinary Medicine Associate Professor, and Section Chief of the Small Animal Surgery Section.
Board-certified specialists indicate this status with the capital letter D before the abbreviation of the specialty organization; for example, a veterinarian certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons would list the letters "DACVS" after his/her name.
Todhunter introduced a new CHD diagnostic test at Cornell developed with researchers George Lust, Ph.D., and James Farese, DVM, DACVS. The imaging and evaluation method, called the dorsolateral subluxation, or DLS test, was designed to reduce the number of false results found on other diagnostic tests.
James Flanders, DVM, DACVS, Associate Professor of Small Animal Surgery at Cornell, points out it is now felt that FIC may be a multiorgan disease with the bladder being the site for the most notable symptoms.
Board-certified veterinary surgeon Alan Cross, DVM, DACVS, is an orthopedist at Georgia Veterinary Specialists in Atlanta.
Flanders, DVM, DACVS, Medical Director of the Cornell University Hospital for Animals at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine.