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Sebaceous Adenitis - The Great Pretender (Dermatology)

Is it an allergy? Maybe it's hypothyroidism? No wait! It's Sebaceous Adenitis! What's that? This presentation will cover the diagnosis and treatment of sebaceous adenitis.

Is it an allergy? Maybe it's hypothyroidism? No wait! It's Sebaceous Adenitis! What's that? This presentation will cover the diagnosis and treatment of sebaceous adenitis.

Behavior Disorders are Such a Pain Part 1 (Joint Health)

RACE-Approved .5 Hour CE Course

Part 1 of this discussion will review the pathophysiology of pain and how pain plays an important and often missed role in behavior and how to diagnose pain in our patients.

What’s New in Mitral Valve Disease: The 2019 ACVIM Guidelines and Spironolactone Story (Cardiology)

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

This presentation is a practical, clinically relevant review of the latest updates in the diagnosis and management of mitral valve disease in dogs. Recent data, including the 2021 BESST study and 2019 ACVIM guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of myxomatous mitral valve disease in dogs, will be discussed with tips to apply the findings to your daily practice.

Creating a Multimodal Plan to Combat Long-Term Pain: Why Physical and Mental Health Must Be Considered (Joint Health)

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a complex disease involving changes in joint pathology but also the peripheral and central nervous systems. Long term pain is a disease in its own right. OA is currently non-curable, so our focus is on improving comfort, mobility and overall Quality of Life. No single "magic bullet" can achieve this. A multimodal and integrative plan that includes pharmacological and non-pharmacological techniques (e.g. environmental enrichment and maintaining the cat-human bond) is required and is unlikely to be the same for each patient. Many cats with OA also have chronic kidney disease which must be staged and monitored prior to some drug therapies (e.g. non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs). Screening for cognitive dysfunction and understanding the negative impact of anxiety on both pain and cognition are important but often overlooked. In both the human and veterinary medical area, the importance of the "mind-body" connection in chronic pain patients has often been downplayed. Research on neural pathways suggests there is substantial overlap between how the brain processes emotional and physical pain. Owners are a vital part of the treatment team and it is our job to educate them on how to be good feline caregivers.

Separation Anxiety (Behavior)

RACE-Approved 1 Hour CE Course

Separation anxiety is estimated to affect as much as 20% of the dog population and can lead to profound suffering in dogs. The destruction and self-harm performed by many of these dogs often leads to a damaged human animal bond, relinquishment and sometimes even euthanasia. This presentation will discuss the diagnosis of separation related problems and the common co morbidities. Management techniques and different forms of non-pharmacological as well as pharmacological interventions will be covered.

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