Small Animal Neurology - Interactive Case Studies

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Small Animal Neurology - Interactive Case Studies

This one day course will be structured around case based sessions in small animal neurology. The course will use a series of case based scenarios to explore the investigation, diagnosis and treatment of common neurological cases. There will be time to consider more complex treatment options when primary treatment measures are unsuccessful.

It is hoped that in all sessions there is an interactive component to the delivery allowing the problems experienced previously by the delegates in the management of neurological conditions to be explored and alternative strategies proposed. Delegates are encouraged to bring along to the course details of clinical cases which they have previously struggled to promote discussion.

Course Code

VCPDSANC

Course Date

14th September 2017

Places Available

21

Course Fee

£265.50

Course Description

Topics to be covered include:

 

·    Inflammatory CNS diseases

·    Inflammatory PNS diseases

·    Refractory epilepsy

·    CNS neoplasia

Learning Objectives:

By the end of this course the delegates should have an understanding and ability in the following areas:

Investigation and treatment modalities available for inflammatory CNS disease

Required Delegate Attributes:

This course is designed for veterinary surgeons with some experience in the management of neurological conditions in small animals. 

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