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Jim Carter, RCVS and European Specialist in Veterinary Ophthalmology, will be presents this webinar on Managing the Eyes of Brachycephalic Dogs ...
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Jim Carter, RCVS and European Specialist in Veterinary Ophthalmology, presents this webinar on Keratoconjunctivitis sicca (Dry Eye) ...
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Rachel Sant, RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Dermatology and Small Animal Medicine, will be presenting the second of two webinars on pruritis (covering treatment).   ...
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Rachel Sant, RCVS Advanced Practitioner in Dermatology and Small Animal Medicine, will be presenting the first of two webinars on pruritis. Watch on demand – sign up below ...
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We sadly had to cancel our CPD evening calendar for the time being, so… …we are planning to make our CPD free, online! We want this to be accessible to even more vets and nurses in our brilliant profession – whether working, furloughed, volunteering for the NHS, or whatever else in these unexpected times. We are planning dermatology, ophthalmology and surgery webinars right now. We are currently looking into online platforms, finalising topics and timings. There are two things to do to register your interest: ...
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Advanced imaging has the ability to give clients and clinicians a much better idea of what is going on without the need for invasive investigation. Even in cases with a poor outlook getting a diagnosis can help inform potential treatment or just help owners come to terms with a poor prognosis. The cases below have all been seen here and been reported by VetCT.  CT Cases 4 Case 1– Ventral Neck Mass Signalment: 9 year old male neutered crossbreed History: ...
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Advanced imaging has the ability to give clients and clinicians a much better idea of what is going on without the need for invasive investigation. Even in cases with a poor outlook getting a diagnosis can help inform potential treatment or just help owners come to terms with a poor prognosis. The cases below have all been seen here and been reported by VetCT. CT Cases 3 Case 1 Signalment: 10 month entire female English Bull dog History: Acute onset ...
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Advanced imaging has the ability to give clients and clinicians a much better idea of what is going on without the need for invasive investigation. Even in cases with a poor outlook getting a diagnosis can help inform potential treatment or just help owners come to terms with a poor prognosis. The cases below have all been seen here and been reported by VetCT.  Cases 2- Where CT got the diagnosis...even if it wasn't good news. Case 1 Signalment: 8YO, ...
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Advanced imaging often avoids the need for more invasive investigation. In our experience this has definitely been the case. The patients below have all been seen by our first opinion team and illustrate just how CT can make all the difference. All of our studies are interpreted by VetCT Consultants in Telemedicine and come with a detailed report including suggested diagnosis and/ or recommendations for each case.   Case 1- Orthopaedic Signalment: 6m, ME, ESS Presenting signs: On off history of ...
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South Devon Referrals now have an onsite CT scanner and is able to provide a service for both referred cases and outpatients. We are therefore able to offer the first on-site veterinary CT service in Devon or Cornwall using a medical standard fan beam CT scanner. CT scanning uses X-rays to produce a 3D image, which means there is no superimposition of different structure. It allows accurate diagnosis and treatment planning of a wide range of conditions that previously was not possible ...
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