Diplomate American College of Veterinary Dermatology
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Professor of Clinical Medicine
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Dermatology
Southeast Veterinary Dermatology & Ear Clinic
There are constant advancements in veterinary dermatology, resulting in the need for the speakers to present clinical updates. For this new seminar, I have asked the dermatologists to discuss the topics that are of clinical importance to the general practitioner today. This combination of practicing dermatologists is sure to present you with valuable information that you can utilize on a daily basis.
Recurrent allergic otitis in dogs is one of the most common problems encountered in clinical practice and often frustrating for owners. This lecture will review common causes, predisposing factors and clinical symptoms of allergic otitis. We will then review recommendations for active infection along with effective strategies for preventing recurrence.
This lecture will share some of the reasons why Pseudomonas otitis externa can be so challenging to treat. Participants will review the role that biofilms play and various risk factors for Pseudomonas otitis externa. Clinical signs, diagnostic modalities available to evaluate the patient with Pseudomonas otitis externa along with the goals of therapy and options to attain them will be discussed using case examples.
This lecture will demonstrate how signalment, details in patient history, distribution of prutitus and skin lesions and the response to various therapeutic trials can help you prioritize one cause of allergic dermatitis over another
There are now more pharmacologic choices than ever to manage the allergic dog. This lecture will focus on how to develop a a comprehensive treatment plan for your patient based on treatment goals (long-term or short-term pruritic relief), owner concerns, patient age and severity of symptoms.
The dermatologists will share case examples of what to consider when Apoquel and Cytopoint fail to control clinical signs of allergic dermatitis.
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