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Case Presentations in Small Animal Neurology – Part 1
Alexander de Lahunta, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (Neurology), DACVP (Hon.)
RACE Approved for 1 CE / Mobile-Ready / On-Demand

This 50-minute lecture focuses on disorders of the prosencephalon and spinal cord in small animal patients. The lecture is designed with a case-based approach. Each case begins with the signalment of the patient, followed by a short video of the clinical signs. Anatomic localization is discussed, along with a differential diagnosis list. In cases where applicable, diagnostic imaging and pathologic specimens are highlighted and explained. After completing this lecture, viewers will be better able to recognize specific disease patterns and use those patterns to direct diagnostics and treatment. Special attention is paid to neurolocalization of spinal cord disorders.

Canine albumin (lyophilized)

Hypoalbuminemia can be the result of numerous conditions including protein losing nephropathy, protein losing enteropathy, intra-thoracic or intra-abdominal effusions, liver failure, or severe hemorrhage.  Prior to the availability of canine serum albumin

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