February 2nd, 2024
Unveiling the Exciting Sessions: Virtual Veterinary Congress 2024 Part 2
As we eagerly count down the days to the much-anticipated Virtual Veterinary Congress 2024, hosted by The Webinar Vet, excitement is palpable among veterinary professionals worldwide. Anticipation is mounting for a diverse range of enriching sessions meticulously crafted to elevate the knowledge and skills of attendees. Today, we offer a tantalizing glimpse into the thrilling lineup of sessions scheduled for February 8th and 9th, promising an immersive learning journey unlike any other.
1. Common Neurological Emergencies – A Case Based Video Tour
On February 8th at 7:00 pm, join Alex Forward for a captivating case-based video tour exploring common neurological emergencies encountered in veterinary practice. Through neuroanatomical localization and differential diagnoses, Alex will guide attendees through diagnostic and treatment options, addressing scenarios including seizures, intervertebral disc disease, and spinal fractures.
2. Spinal Pain in the Young Dog
Following at 8:00 pm on February 8th, Emilie Royaux delves into the complexities of spinal pain in young dogs. Gain insights into the causes, diagnostic tools, and management strategies for addressing spinal pain in canine patients, equipping practitioners with valuable skills to enhance patient care.
3. Are you seeing these usual suspects in practice?
Libby Koytzoumis takes the virtual stage on February 9th at 12:30 pm to shed light on the underdiagnosed endocrine disease, Cushing's syndrome, in dogs. Explore common symptoms, diagnostic pathways, and effective management strategies, presented by Dechra Veterinary Products.
4. Treatment of Canine Pituitary-Dependent Hypercortisolism: Pituitary or Adrenal Target?
Join renowned veterinary expert Federico Fracassi at 7:00 pm on February 9th for an insightful exploration of Canine Cushing's disease. Delve into the latest findings and debates surrounding treatment targets, offering valuable insights for practicing vets aiming to elevate their clinical practice.
5. The incidental adrenal mass
Concluding the congress at 8:00 pm on February 9th, Fiona Adam unravels the complexities surrounding adrenal masses in canine patients. Gain clarity on diagnostic pathways, treatment options, and monitoring schemes for incidental adrenal masses, empowering veterinarians to make confident decisions in clinical practice.
With each session meticulously curated to deliver practical insights and actionable strategies, the Virtual Veterinary Congress 2024 promises an unforgettable learning experience for veterinary professionals worldwide. Don't miss your chance to be part of this enriching journey towards professional excellence.
Stay tuned for more updates and mark your calendars for February 5th to 9th as we embark on a transformative educational adventure at The Webinar Vet's Virtual Veterinary Congress 2024!
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Get ready to elevate your veterinary practice to new heights!