Recorded Webinar Plus: Diagnosis And Management Of Hepatobiliary Disorders
Royal Veterinary College
Duration: 4 hour(s)
Hepatic and pancreatic disease – how much can clinical pathology really tell you?
Approach to diagnosis and management of hepatobiliary disease
Common canine and feline hepatobiliary diseases
Update on diagnosis and management of pancreatitis in dogs and cats
About this course
Do you find interpretation of clinical pathology related to the liver and pancreas confusing? Unsure about the most appropriate steps you need to take to diagnose and manage hepatobiliary disease in dogs and cats successfully?
Hepatobiliary disorders involving the liver and/or pancreas are relatively common in general practice but can be challenging to diagnose and manage expediently and successfully. Key differences between canine and feline hepatic and pancreatic disorders – their clinical presentation, diagnosis and management can add to the confusion.
In this four week online course we will discuss all aspects of the diagnosis and management of hepatobiliary diseases in cats and dogs and give you great tips about how to interpret clinical pathology, what ultrasound can and can’t tell you, tips on when biopsy is needed and expert advice on the causes and management of specific disorders.
Why do this course?
Disorders of the liver and pancreas occur commonly in dogs and cats but can be challenging to diagnose and manage. This course will review, refresh and update your knowledge and understanding of these disorders.
This course last ran in April 2021 and contains all of the learning material (webinars, reading material, slides, self assessment exercises) from then, but is not tutor moderated. A set of FAQs is available which represent the questions and concerns previous participants have had and the tutor responses.
You have four weeks in which to view your recorded Webinar Plus course. Courses can be purchased in advance and activated as and when you are ready to start. Your four weeks will start from the point of activation. When you have finished the course you may request a CPD certificate. If you require any assistance please contact the CPD Unit at [email protected] or 01707 666865
Who is it for?
Jill Maddison, BVSc DipVetClinStud PhD FACVSc SFHEA MRCVSProfessor of General PracticeThe Royal Veterinary CollegeLucy McMahon, BVetMed DipACVIM DipECVIM-CA MRCVS,RCVS and EBVS Specialist in Small Animal Internal MedicineAnderson Moores Veterinary Specialists, Winchester
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