Developing confidence in canine practice - Superficial lumps and bumps

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About the course

Fees: BSAVA Member £200 Inc VAT
Non Member £300 Inc VAT

This day course aims to help you develop a logical approach to superficial lumps and bumps on your patient - whether these are the primary reason for the owner seeking your advice, or whether these have been detected incidentally. You will appreciate the importance of examination of the mass and of the whole patient. You will become confident in selecting the most useful and appropriate diagnostic tests in order to reach a definitive diagnosis, and understand when a specialist opinion may be useful. The course will aim to develop your knowledge of appropriate treatment options so that you are comfortable discussing these with your clients.

Learning objectives

  • To develop a logical approach to the investigation of superficial lumps and bumps in dogs
  • To understand how to select and apply diagnostic tests which are available in a first opinion practice setting
  • To become confident in discussing appropriate treatment options with clients

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