Feline Chronic Gastrointestinal Disorders

Martha Cannon
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This learning series with Martha Cannon offers a practical approach to investigating and managing cases of feline chronic gastrointestinal disease in first opinion practice.

The courses will demonstrate common gastrointestinal diseases seen in practice and take a critical view on diagnostic tests available to us. In addition to this, approaches to managing cases where diagnostic tests are either not possible or available will be discussed.

5.5 Hours CPD

£54.00 + VAT (Non-Member price)

£0 +VAT (Member price)

Find out more about our Membership plans
  • Description

    This learning series will offer practical advice on how to manage chronic gastrointestinal disease in cats. The courses will cover chronic diarrhoea, inflammatory bowel disease, common gastrointestinal cancers and triaditis.

  • In association with...

    The Oxford Cat Clinic

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