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An insight into Feline Limbic Encephalitis

Feline limbic encephalitis or Feline complex partial cluster seizure with orofacial involvement (FEPSO) is a suspected immune-mediated condition of geriatric cats. In people, limbic encephalitis is associated with the production of serum antibodies against voltage-gated potassium channel complexes (VGKC-complexes) resulting in an acute epileptic condition. In a study of 14 cats suffering distinctive complex partial cluster seizures (CPS), consisting of facial twitching and staring, 5/14 cats had VGKC-complex antibodies and 4/14 cats had leucine-rich glioma-inactivated 1 (LGI1)-antibodies (Pakozdy et al, 2013).

Equine Medical Ultrasound Cases

Diving into the world of veterinary ultrasonography, the latest installment of The Webinar Vet brings forth an enlightening webinar featuring the accomplished Gayle Hallowell. A seasoned professional with a distinguished career, Gayle's remarkable journey is a testament to her expertise in veterinary internal medicine and critical care. Having spent 15 years as a professor at Nottingham Veterinary School, she transitioned to a pivotal role at IVC Evidensia in 2022, while continuing her clinical work with Pool House Equine Clinic.

Exploring the Unseen Strengths of Dyslexia and Dyspraxia: A Conversation with Keisha Swaby

In this enlightening episode of VetChat, we have the privilege of diving into a candid conversation with Keisha Swaby, a passionate advocate for dyslexia and dyspraxia awareness. Keisha's journey of discovery, empowerment, and advocacy sheds light on the often-overlooked strengths of these conditions. Join us as we explore her personal experiences, discuss the misconceptions surrounding dyslexia and dyspraxia, and unveil valuable insights that can reshape our understanding of neurodiversity.

The Role of Nitric Oxide in Wound Healing

In veterinary medicine wounds are common. Wounds range from simple scrapes, surgical incisions, and dermatologic issues to serious life and limb threatening traumas. The body begins work immediately upon insult to the skin to repair damaged tissue and restore the functional barrier properties of the skin. Positive outcomes are challenged by a host of factors, such as wound location, wound type, and bacterial infection.

LIVER UNDER ATTACK!

‘Learn about one of the body’s most important organs in an hour, and what you can do for it. When should you worry about an increase in ALP or ALT? What are the synthetic biomarkers of the liver? Is there anything you can do to protect the liver? Is it too late? Let’s get nitty gritty with hepatic pathophysiology so you can help sick pets’

The whys and wherefores of small mammal neutering

This informative webinar, sponsored by Burgess PetCare, provides an in-depth look at the various aspects of small mammal neutering, from the smallest animals to rabbits and some unusual creatures. Dr. John covers surgical principles, anaesthesia, and hospital care to make the process safer and more effective for everyone. Additionally, the webinar explores the ethical considerations surrounding sterilisation and whether surgery is always the best solution.

The Webinar Vet Goes Global: Nearly 100 Hours of RACE Accredited Content Now Available for Our US Veterinary Community!

Exciting news is on the horizon for the Webinar Vet team! Over the past few months, the dedicated Web Vet team behind the scenes have been working tirelessly to bring their valuable content to our American veterinary community. Now, after putting in countless hours of effort, the Webinar Vet is proud to announce that we have just under 100 hours of RACE accredited content on our platform! This is a significant milestone for the Webinar Vet, and it's sure to be a game-changer for veterinarians and vet teams across the United States.

Salivary Mucoceles Tips and tricks

Salivary mucoceles are a collection of saliva that has leaked from a damaged salivary gland or duct and they are surrounded by granulation tissue. They are not cysts. Cysts are cavities lined by epithelium, whereas the granulation tissue lining of a mucocele is produced secondary to inflammation caused by free saliva in the tissues. Saliva takes the path of least resistance, irritates tissue and causes inflammation. Granulation tissue forms in response to the inflammation and prevents saliva from migrating further. The cause of salivary mucoceles is rarely identified. The sublingual salivary gland is the most commonly involved.

What can we learn about AMR with HealthyLivestock project?

HealthyLivestock is carrying out a research programme to study the contributions of enhanced animal health and welfare on reducing the need to use antimicrobials in pigs and poultry. Internationally renowned experts and scientists from the European Union and China are working together to tackle antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Academia, research institutes, private partners and companies decided to join forces for a better health and welfare of pigs and poultry.

Neuromuscular disease: a case based approach

Neuromuscular diseases are complex and fascinating, and this webinar is an excellent resource for veterinarians who encounter these conditions in their daily practice. In this engaging and informative case-based video tour, Alex Forward explores various neuromuscular diseases, helping viewers learn how to neuroanatomically localize and create a list of differential diagnoses while discussing diagnostic and treatment options.