Getting the most out of a liver biopsy



Getting the most out of a liver biopsy

Dauer: 0:49 h
Referent: Libby Browne
ab 1 US$ 42,-
(inkl. USt.)

This webinar is inspired by world renowned veterinary hepatopathologist Dr John Cullen, along with my personal aim to provide clients with the most informative results possible. It is important that the clinician and pathologist work together, with history and sample selection having significant influences on the interpretation and final diagnosis. It is also important to realise the limitations and complicated nature of liver biopsies and disease. The webinar will cover topics including: indication for liver biopsy sampling; approaches to maximise your chances of a diagnostic sample; a pathologist’s approach to interpreting liver biopsy specimens; and how communication between the clinician and pathologist will help to maximise outcomes. If time allows, I will briefly discuss some case studies.

This webinar is sponsored by ASAP Laboratory

Recording from 21.02.2018

Libby Browne

Dr Libby Browne BVSc (Hons), MVetMed, MANZCS (Path), Dip ACVP

Libby graduated from the University of Queensland in 2004 with first class honours.  She then worked in mixed practice in Wagga Wagga for 2 years before moving to the UK to take up position at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) as Veterinary Investigation Officer.  This role involved production animal disease investigation and veterinary surveillance.  Libby then moved on to a residency in veterinary anatomic pathology at the RVC for two years before returning to Wagga and Charles Sturt University (CSU).  At CSU she was trained in clinical pathology including cytology.  During her training she completed a Masters in Veterinary Medicine, became a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists (Anatomic pathology), and a member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in veterinary pathology.  Since then she has been an examiner for the ANZCVS pathology membership exam.  Since moving to Melbourne in 2014 Libby has been working in private veterinary diagnostic pathology and has experience in a wide range of species.  She is motivated to deliver a high standard of professional and personalised service with an integrated approach to diagnostic pathology.

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