Feline Ophthalmology: when herpes is not the answer
Thursday 5 September 2019
The eye of the cat presents the veterinary clinician with a spectrum of unique and challenging clinical entities. Many of the principles of diagnosis and therapeutics can be applied to cats and dogs. However, understanding the infectious, neoplastic, and degenerative conditions that are unique to feline eyes, and the species-specific responses to these insults, are essential for clinical management. James will take you through some of the more common feline ocular diseases and in so doing will help you understand and manage feline ophthalmology within your practice.
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Discussion and questions are welcomed during the forum.
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