Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Dermatology
Animal Dermatology Clinic
Diplomate American College of Veterinary Dermatology
Animal Dermatology Clinic
Ashley & Wayne are going to discuss management of the most common problems that they encounter in their clinical practices. This course will present a practical approach to the diagnosis and management of these common skin problems using a combination of didactic and case-based teaching. This combination of dermatologists is sure to provide you with many practical tips for your practice.
|Registration:||Friday Oct. 1, 2021||7:15 am – 8:00 am|
|Continental Breakfast:||Daily||7:15 am – 8:00 am|
|Lectures:||Friday Oct, 1, 2020
Saturday Oct. 2
Sunday Oct. 3
|8:00 am – 1:30 pm
8:00 am – 1:30 pm
8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Several studies show that pruritus is the number one reason a client brings their dog to the veterinarian. Allergic skin diseases are common problems in canine patients, and many of the clinical presentations are similar which can make these cases frustrating. This lecture will focus on the allergic workup and newer therapies for the fast treatment of pruritus.
Where do corticosteroids, cyclosporine and Allergen Specific Therapy fit in for the management of atopic dermatitis. With the availability and success seen with the newer therapies there is still a need for our traditional therapies. Find out where and when to rely on these options.
Different categories of feline allergies can be difficult to differentiate from one another. Understanding the different patterns of cutaneous lesions, response to treatment, and management of secondary issues is important for control. This lecture will present how to differentiate and perform a diagnostic workup for flea, food, and environmental allergies in cats.
Managing difficult otitis externa cases in cats and dogs can be challenging, chronic, and frustrating. This lecture will discuss a complete approach to the diagnostic workup of otitis externa including cytology, culture and sensitivity, handheld otoscopy, and video otoscopy.
Choosing appropriate ear cleansers and initial therapeutics can be imperative in defeating micro-organisms. However, systemic therapy can also be used to help alleviate discomfort and treat infection in complicated cases. This is especially true when disease extends deeper than the external ear canal. This lecture will address how to assess the best treatment plan for every type of otitis case from a simple yeast otitis to a resistant otitis media.
Cytology is one of the most important diagnostic tools in dermatology. A quick, inexpensive test that can be essential in diagnosing and managing various skin diseases. This lecture will discuss what different findings of cells, organisms and structures may indicate. Also, techniques for collecting and interpreting cytologies from different anatomical sites will be discussed.
Skin disease in geriatric dogs can include a variety of infectious conditions, immune mediated diseases, metabolic diseases and neoplasia. The predisposition to infectious conditions likely reflects their ageing systemic and cutaneous immune function and development of other immunosuppressive primary diseases such as hyperadrenocorticism and hypothyroidism.
When it comes to parasitic causes of pruritus, an accurate history and physical exam are critical. This lecture will examine clues to pay particular attention to when working up a dog with pruritus. Distribution patterns and key features of specific diseases, including scabies, demodicosis (localized and generalized), and flea allergy dermatitis, will be reviewed. Diagnostic techniques and treatments (both traditional and newer) for these diseases will be explored, using photographic examples and case studies to highlight results of therapy
This program has been submitted for 16 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions, which recognize AAVSB’s RACE approval; however, participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and /or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. Call IVS at 800-487-5650 for further information.
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The Hilton Resort is located in the Village of Oak Creek- just outside of the town of Sedona
The Hilton Sedona Resort at Bell Rock is Sedona’s Luxury Resort located amidst the spectacular beauty of Northern Arizona’s Red Rock Country in the heart of Sedona.
Sedona. The location is simply magical and has been called “The Most Beautiful Place in America.”
Our Guests enjoy stunning views of the majestic Red Rock formations surrounding the Hilton Sedona Resort – giving the Resort a feeling of a High Desert Lodge.
One Bedroom- one king bed: $305.00 dbl/night plus taxes & resort fee
*There is a 3 night minimum stay required.*
Additional Fees (Subject to change without notice):
Check-in is 4:00pm, check-out is 11:00am. All guests arriving before 4:00pm may be accommodated as rooms become available provided that such guests elect to pay an early arrival fee of $25. Hotel’s Front Desk can arrange to check baggage for those arriving early when rooms are unavailable and for guests attending the seminar on departure day. This can all be arranged on the day of arrival/departure with the hotel directly
Sedona is one of Arizona’s premier tourism, recreation, resort and art centers. Its location at the mouth of scenic Oak Creek Canyon and at the center of the state’s famous Red Rock Country affords breathtaking panoramas, a mild climate and plenty of sunshine. The area is the second most visited site in Arizona after the Grand Canyon. Established in 1902, the community was named for Sedona Schnebly, an early settler. Spreading across the central Arizona counties of Coconino and Yavapai, Sedona sits at an elevation of 4,500 feet (about 3,200 feet higher than Phoenix). Via Interstate 17, the town is 120 miles north of Phoenix and 30 miles south of Flagstaff.
Sedona has something for everyone – world-class resorts, small family-run motels, bed & breakfasts, fine restaurants, diverse shops and art galleries.
The beauty of the area makes sightseeing and hiking popular; golf and tennis are almost year-round activities. Visitors can take a jeep tour into the backcountry or view the red rock monoliths from horseback or hot air balloon. For more info: http://www.hiltonsedonaresort.com/?page=fun
Other attractions include Bell Rock, Slide Rock and Red Rock State Parks, Chapel of the Holy Cross, the Sedona Arts Center and Tlaquepaque, a Mexican-style arts and crafts village. Highway 89A through Oak Creek has been named by Rand-McNally and others as one of the most beautiful drives in America. Visitor sites that are just a day trip away include the Grand Canyon, Jerome, Meteor Crater and Sunset Crater.
Sedona Golf Resort
As a Guest at The Hilton Sedona Golf Resort & Spa, you are just steps away from teeing it up on Sedona’s most popular Golf Course, the Sedona Golf Resort, an 18-Hole, Par-71 Championship Golf Course. This spectacular Championship Golf Course was designed by Gary Panks to blend this challenging Golf Course within the natural beauty of the Red Rocks of Sedona. The Sedona Golf Course at The Hilton Sedona Golf Resort & Spa has been named, “Top 10 New Public Golf Course” by Golf Magazine, “Best Par-3 Golf Course in the State” by the Arizona Republic, and “One of the 100 Most Women-Friendly Golf Courses in America” by Golf for Women Magazine. Golf Course elevations range from 3,960 feet to as much as 4,260 feet, offering players Elevated Tees, Raised Greens and challenging approach shots.
Reserve a Tee Time please call: 928.284.4040 or Call Toll Free: 877.273.3762 or Email our Concierge.
Village of Oak Creek Golf Course:
The Village of Oak Creek Country Club (‘VOCC’) Golf Course is less than 1 mile from the Hilton Sedona Resort and Spa. The VOCC Golf Course features a traditional Golf Course Layout similar to those you may find in the Midwestern United States. In the usual Trent Jones manner, the fairways are classic tree lined doglegs with fairway bunkers strategically placed in the landing areas, and the greens are all slightly elevated and surrounded with large swirling greenside bunkers.
To reserve a Tee Time please call: 928-284-6935.
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The two closest airports:
Several airline services Flagstaff Pulliam Airport (FLG), but flights are limited.
Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) is more convenient: http://skyharbor.com/
DIRECTIONS FROM PHOENIX SKY HARBOR AIRPORT
From Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, take 1-10 west to 1-17 north, approximately 120 miles. Exit at #298 and turn north onto Scenic Route 179. Continue on SR 179 for 6 miles. Turn left at first roundabout onto Ridge Trail Drive (hotel can be seen from Hwy 179). Drive time: approximately 1-1/2 hours.
Hilton Sedona Golf Resort & Spa
90 Ridge Trail Dr.
Sedona, AZ 86351
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