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Canine Conference

August 25-27, 2017

Credit Hours: 15-17

Student with Mixed Breed Dog

We welcome you to the 2017 Canine Conference. This year we are offering the opportunity to earn a full 17 hours of CE credit! Living in Texas, we see our fair share of infectious diseases. This years’ topics will include Hepatozoonosis and Chagas’ disease. Dr. Willard will discuss Large Bowel Diarrhea, including common infectious causes, and Dr. Gwen Levine will present a practice-based guide to cytology in the diagnosis of infectious disease. But, sometimes it is the non-infectious diseases that pose a real diagnostic challenge. We will discuss the approach to the patient with Fever of Unknown Origin, Uveitis, Inflammatory CNS Disease, Shifting Leg Lameness, and Immune-Mediated Hemolytic Anemia. Our criticalist, Dr. Rutter, will talk about the patient with Heatstroke. We will provide an update on what is being done for patients with Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunts at Texas A&M, and this will include a demonstration of some cool new technology called Z-space, a virtual reality learning tool. Early Bird Registration begins Friday, April 7, 2017. Regular Registration begins August 11, 2017.

 

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