Gallbladder Mucocoeles in Dogs: Where Are We Now?
About the webinar
Gallbladder mucocoeles have proved very challenging to manage to date – with chronic medical management oftentimes leading to progression of disease, and eventual surgery – with variable to poor results.
This lecture will review what we know about this interesting condition, and how thoughts on management are changing, based on increasing evidence-base for alternative management strategies.
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Note: This webinar is being recorded. If you are unable to attend the live lecture, a link to the recording will be shared with you a few days following the lecture.
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Upcoming Vet Education course for Veterinarians, “Abdominal Emergencies: Part 1 – Medical Emergencies” – a 4-week interactive and online course – starting April 12th, 2021!
This course will provide up-to-date reviews on the diagnosis and management of important diseases such as acute necrotising pancreatitis, acute liver failure, severe gastroenteritis, and much more in dogs and cats.
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