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Diagnosing and Managing Canine Hypothyroidism

Internal Medicine

Hypothyroidism is a common endocrine disease in dogs. The most common causes are lymphocytic thyroiditis or idiopathic thyroid atrophy. Although diagnosis can be straightforward in some patients it can be more challenging in others.

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Webinar

Lower Urinary Tract Obstruction

Soft Tissue Surgery

Management of lower urinary tract obstruction in dogs and cats can often be challenging.

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Indications for Arthrodesis

Orthopaedics

Arthrodesis is defined as the irreversible surgical fusion of two or more bones of a joint. This creates an osseous bridge, preventing joint motion, and allows the arthrodesed joint to transmit weight-bearing forces.

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Webinar

Refractory Heart Failure – Causes and Treatment Options

Cardiology

Although the vast majority of heart failure cases in dogs and cats are relatively straightforward, at some point, there will be a case where the treatment does not have the effect that we expect...

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The Management of Feline Hypersomatotropism (HS)

Internal Medicine

Hypersomatotropism (HS) is the excessive production of growth hormone (GH) by the pituitary gland.

Acromegaly is the clinical syndrome which results from this, with the classic broad facial features, prognathia inferior, snoring and stertor (due to excess tissue growth in the airways), myocardial thickening and large paws...

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The Uncontrolled Epileptic Dog

Neurology

Idiopathic Epilepsy is a condition that affects more than 0.6% of dogs in the UK1 and it can have a significant detrimental effect on the quality of life of the dog and the family.

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Through the Keyhole

Soft Tissue Surgery

During this webinar, we will be looking at the most common laparoscopy techniques...

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Diagnostic Approach to the Vomiting Dog

Internal Medicine

This webinar will guide you on a step-by-step basis on how to approach the vomiting dog, from basic diagnostic tests, treatment trials and indicators for intestinal biopsies.

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Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome (BOAS) Update

Soft Tissue Surgery

The trend for flat faced-dogs has grown significantly in the last decade. Selective breeding for flat-faced characteristics has led to an increased incidence of upper respiratory tract obstruction and subsequent respiratory distress. Whilst the length of the skull is reduced, the volume of soft tissues remains the same...

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Feline Hyperthyroidism

Internal Medicine

Hyperthyroidism is a common endocrine disease that has many treatment options available, but managing these cases can sometimes be challenging...

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