Congratulations to the 2022 Case Report Challenge winner! Kayla King, RVT, VTS (Anesthesia & Analgesia), earned the top honors for her report on “A Splintering Situation: A Case of Wooden Chest Syndrome in a Dog.” Scroll down below to see all of the finalists.
The 2022 Case Report Challenge delivers interesting, informative real-world case studies—and authors have the chance to win a free registration to VMX 2023.
One Grand Prize winner will be selected from eligible participants who submit interesting case reports following the submission guidelines below (“How to Enter”).
From all eligible entries, a panel of judges will choose the finalists to be published in 2022 issues of Today’s Veterinary Nurse, and be entered in the final voting round to select the Grand Prize winner.
Read all of the case reports as they are published below, and keep an eye out on our Facebook page to vote for the winner and help decide who earns a free VMX registration.
To read all previously published case reports, click here.
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