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Common Cancers In Cats


3 months ago

Date: Monday 10th August, 2020 - Sunday 30th August, 2020
Start time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Duration: 8 hour(s)
Cost: £139

Common cancers in cats show important differences in presentation, prognosis and treatment with dogs. This course will prepare you for feline owners increasing demand of cancer treatment by offering a bench-to- bedside guide to the most common types of cancers in cats and challenge you to solve real life clinical cases. Course Program: MODULE 1 Feline oncology why cats are not small dogs. MODULE 2 Common forms of Feline lymphomas. MODULE 3 Mammary Tumours in Cats beyond surgery. MODULE 4 Feline Injection Site Sarcomas. MODULE 5 Feline Oral Tumours whats possible & reasonableMODULE 6 Skin cancer & cutaneous paraneoplastic syndromesMODULE 7 Feline mast cell tumours beyond the skin. MODULE 8 Final MCQ exam to gain your CPD certificate. This online course offers 8 hours of elective CPD and will help you to obtain practical answers to the most frequent clinical questions in the management of feline patients with cancer such as: What diagnostic test should I choose? When is clinical staging required? Should I advise radiotherapy and/or chemotherapy? Which protocol should I choose in my practice? What is the prognosis with or without treatment? Course Format: A mixture of downloadable course notes, webinars to watch and case studies, with an active forum so that you can ask any questions to the course tutor, Dr Chiara Penzo.

Who is it for?

Vets and VNs

The Speakers

Dr Chiara Penzo DVM PhD Dip.ECVIM (Oncology) MRCVS. European and RCVS Recognised Veterinary Specialist in Oncology

The Venue


Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

8 hours

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