Small Animal Practice Club Archive

When the bile stops flowing, what next?

Presenter: Catherine Sturgeon BVetMed(hons) CertSAS DipECVS MRCVS,
European and RCVS Recognised Specialist in Surgery (Soft Tissue)

Category: Small Animal Practice Club

Hidden away in the cranial part of the abdomen, the biliary system is rarely seen and only starts to register on our radar when a patient starts to exhibit signs of biliary stasis / obstruction or peritonitis. We are therefore, unfamiliar with what is anatomically normal, when should we intervene…

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Published on: 19.04.2018
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Approach to the Laryngeal Paralysis

Presenter: Daniela Murgia DVM, DECVS, MRCVS
European Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
RCVS recognised Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
(Soft Tissue)

Category: Small Animal Practice Club

Laryngeal paralysis (LP) is a well recognised and potentially life threatening condition seen predominantly in older large-breed dogs. However it is also increasingly being recognised in cats. The condition results either from dysfunction of the caudal laryngeal nerves, which are terminations of the recurrent laryngeal nerves or from damage to…

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Published on: 23.03.2018
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Canine Multiple Myeloma in first opinion practice

Presenter: Irina Gramer DrMedVet DipECVIM-CA MRCVS 
European Veterinary Specialist in Small Animal Oncology

Category: Small Animal Practice Club

This webinar aims to provide essential information about pathology, diagnostic tools and treatments for canine multiple myeloma. Although multiple myeloma is an uncommon lymphoproliferative disease in dogs, it is important to have a general understanding as often these patients are seen as an emergency. Multiple myeloma is a B cell…

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Published on: 21.02.2018
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How to manage diarrhoea in cats and dogs

Presenter: Simon Tappin MA VetMB DipECVIM-Ca CertSAM MRCVS
European & RCVS-Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Medicine (Internal Medicine)

Category: Small Animal Practice Club

Diarrhoea is common presenting sign in small animal practice and has a wide variety of potential underlying causes, with quite different aetiologies and treatments. This webinar will focus on the approach to these patients, with presentation, clinical examination and historical clues, that can help us narrow the list of possible…

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Published on: 24.01.2018
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