|8:00 AM-8:50 AM
Pancreatitis in the Dog: Diagnosis and Treatment
Pancreatitis is likely a common clinical disease, but how do we know? PLI, PSL, US? Should we feed now or wait? Learn what the diagnostic tests tell us, when they don’t matter, and what treatments make the most sense for our patients.
|9:00 AM-9:50 AM
Chronic Liver Disease in the Dog
Inflammatory diseases are the most common cause of chronic liver disease in the dog and may be due to a number of causes including drug-induced, copper-associated, and idiopathic. In this case-based lecture, learn how to diagnosis, treat, and monitor inflammatory liver disease in the dog.
|10:20 AM-11:10 AM
Dysphagia and Regurgitation, Dealing with Esophageal Disease
Regurgitation is a less common clinical problem most often associated with diseases of the esophagus. Recognizing this problem and distinguishing it from vomiting is important for choosing the best diagnostics and treatment. Learn how to recognize this condition, determine a diagnosis, and treat common causes of esophageal disease.
|11:20 AM-12:35 PM
Clinical Approach to Chronic Diarrhea
When your patient has chronic diarrhea, who is more frustrated, you or the client? Using a step-wise approach to these cases can help. Learn what diagnostic tests can tell you and when a good therapeutic trial is best.