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Recognising lesions in dermatology - the key to accurate diagnosis

Date28.05.2019 (BST)
Time11:00 - 12:00 (BST)
SpeakerRobert Hilton
€ 32,86
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Some people say that everything in dermatology looks the same; just hair loss and red or black skin. This is far from the case. If you can separate primary lesions from secondary changes you are well on your way to formulate a good diagnostic and treatment plan for your patients. The diagnosis and treatment of skin disease in animals is protocol based and it's foundation is the presentling primary lesion picture. It is vital for accurate histopathological diagnosis that the pathologist is given an accurate description of the lesions. In addition, when requesting advice from a veterinary dermatologist, the key is to be able to describe in mutually understandable terms what is happening.

In this presentation, Dr's Rob Hilton and Judith Nimmo will co-present the common primary and secondary lesions seen in our small animal patients and discuss their clinical and histological appearance and some of the more common diseases associated with the lesions.

This webinar is sponsored by ASAP Laboratory.

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Dr. Robert Hilton BVSc MACVSc (Canine med), CertVD MRCVS RCVS Certificate Holder in Veterinary Dermatology

Dr Rob Hilton BVSc(Hons) MANZCVS Cert.VD MRCVS treats allergy & allergic dermatitis + all other skin & ear diseases of dogs, cats and horses at clinics in Melbourne, Geelong and the Surf Coast. Rob is a Registered Vet with 36 years experience.

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