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Clinical Theater Four - Room 539
    • Exotics
    Clinical Theater Four - Room 539
    Where to start and where to finish in trying to best assess the avian patient. From the basic wellness evaluation to the more complicated nonspecific disease cases, this presentation will provide a st ...
    • Exotics
    Clinical Theater Four - Room 539
    From birds that "just are not acting normally" to feather picking behavior cases, every veterinarian has their list of difficult avian cases. Specific cases will be discussed from infectious, behavior ...
    • Exotics
    Clinical Theater Four - Room 539
    Ferrets are the veterinarians best friend in that there are many reasons these animals are presented for hospital visits. Ferret treatment options continue to evolve based on the advancement of veteri ...
    • Exotics
    Clinical Theater Four - Room 539
    With the number of backyard poultry and waterfowl being presented to veterinary clinics there are common disease presentations and vexing treatment regulations. This presentation will overview treatme ...
Equine and Farm Animal Theater - Room 323
    • Equine
    Equine and Farm Animal Theater - Room 323
    Equine herpesvirus-1 myeloencephalopathy is one of several infectious causes of neurologic disease in horses which can cause fever along with ataxia and other neurologic signs. Over the past ten years ...
    • Equine
    Equine and Farm Animal Theater - Room 323
    This session will be devoted to a review of selected neurological problems in horses. Some will be diseases discussed earlier in the day while others will include examples of brain, peripheral nerve o ...
    • Equine
    Equine and Farm Animal Theater - Room 323
    EPM is a common infectious cause of ataxia in horses. This disease has two recognized causes in horses. The most common cause is by the protozoan parasite Sarcocystis neurona, while less frequent but ...
    • Equine
    Equine and Farm Animal Theater - Room 323
    Diagnosis of cervical vertebral stenotic myelopathy (CVSM) in horses begins with localization to the cervical spinal cord. Neurologic examination reveals upper motor neuron signs and general proprioce ...
Clinical Theater Six - Room 327
    • Exotics
    Clinical Theater Six - Room 327
    A significant part of treating reptile patients, especially larger tortoises, is the knowledge of sedating and anesthetizing these animals. Specific guidelines and dosage recommendations will be provi ...
    • Exotics
    Clinical Theater Six - Room 327
    Confused about your avian radiography? This session will review radiographic anatomy, and will discuss interpretation of images. A series of cases will be used to demonstrate different techniques and ...
    • Exotics
    Clinical Theater Six - Room 327
    Reptile case presentations can be challenging and difficult. However, there are protocols one can follow to help diagnose and treat common presentations that involve snakes, tortoises, turtles, and li ...
    • Exotics
    Clinical Theater Six - Room 327
    This session will help you optimize your imaging of exotic small mammals. We will discuss interpretation and anatomic variations. A series of cases will be used to demonstrate abnormalities and clinic ...
Equine and Farm Animal Theater - Room 323
    • Equine
    Equine and Farm Animal Theater - Room 323
    Equine sedative/analgesic combinations and the use of Constant Rate Infusion (CRI) enable performance of standing surgical procedures in horses. Lectures will discuss standing surgeries of the head, s ...
    • Equine
    Equine and Farm Animal Theater - Room 323
    These lectures represent a continuation of lectures from Session I. Additionally, we will discuss a simplified method of skin grafting which can be safely performed on the limbs of standing patients.
    • Equine
    Equine and Farm Animal Theater - Room 323
    We will review practical, standing surgical procedures applicable to management of problems involving the vulva, vaginal vault and uterus. Topics will include episioplasty, and management of urine poo ...
    • Equine
    Equine and Farm Animal Theater - Room 323
    These lectures represent a continuation of lectures from Session I. Male urogenital pathology often involves trauma or tumors, and some conditions are managed with standing surgical procedures. Our di ...
Clinical Theater Three - Room 1033
    • Exotics
    Clinical Theater Three - Room 1033
    Respiratory diseases in rabbits and rodents can be extremely difficult to diagnose and treat. A thorough understanding of etiologies and contributing factors can make the difference between successful ...
Clinical Theater Four - Room 539
    • Exotics
    Clinical Theater Four - Room 539
    This presentation will discuss the common causes of head tilts in rabbits. It will enable the practitioner to differentiate between etiologies and choose appropriate diagnostic testing. A series of ca ...
    • Exotics
    Clinical Theater Four - Room 539
    This lecture will cover tips and tricks for multiple clinical techniques for exotic pet practice. We will discuss intubation of rabbits, placing catheters, urinary catheterization in multiple species, ...
Clinical Theater Five - Room 526
    • Exotics
    Clinical Theater Five - Room 526
    One of the most common clinical presentations in rabbits. GI stasis can be challenging to manage. We will discuss clinical signs, diagnostics, and treatment options. We will use a series of radiograph ...

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