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Mastering Vestibular Diseases in Dogs and Cats: All That You Need to Know

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Mastering Vestibular Diseases in Dogs and Cats: All That You Need to Know

08 Nov 2019
Clinician’s Brief Clinical Theater 2
Neurology

Acute head tilts, ataxia and nystagmus are common clinical presentations of vestibular disease in dogs and cats. We will review the cause of these clinical signs and specifically review the differentials for peripheral and central vestibular dysfunction once we have discussed how to localize disease to these 2 areas. Management of the common causes of vestibular dysfunction will be detailed.

  • 1. The clinical presentation of vestibular disease in dogs and cats
  • 2. How to localize vestibular dysfunction to the peripheral and central vestibular anatomy.
  • 3. What causes peripheral vestibular dysfunction and how to manage it
  • 4. What causes central vestibular dysfunction and how to manage it
Speakers
Simon Platt, Professor of Neurology & Neurosurgery - College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, USA

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