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Immune-mediated Disease in the Dog and Cat


Course Information

Immune-mediated Disease in the Dog and Cat

This course will provide an update on recent developments in the diagnosis and treatment of immune-mediated disease in dogs and cats, including endocrine, neurological, skin and haematological disease. In many cases of immune-mediated disease


Topics to be covered

  • Mechanisms of immune disease (emphasizing the relationship to effective treatment).
  • Updated disease descriptions of pemphigus and cutaneous lupus, masticatory myositis, myasthenia gravis, haemolytic anaemia, and immune-mediated thrombocytopenia and immune-mediated endocine disease
  • Diagnosis
  • A practical approach to immunosuppressive therapy


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Course Leader

Steve Shaw, Peter Graham and Thomas Mignan
Course Description

Learning Objectives: 

  • Describe the key features of immune-mediated disease in the dog and cat
  • Discuss the range of immunosuppressive drugs available and which to choose, knowing the possible adverse effects and how to monitor for these.
  • Develop a broad understanding of immune-mediated diagnosis and treatment that can be applied to other diseases.

 Required delegate attributes or who this course is suitable for: 

This course is for small animal clinicians with some experience that want to develop their medicine and therapeutic skills in these uncommon, but important diseases.

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03/07/202403/07/20240£266.25[Read More]

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