Radiotherapy has become an integral therapeutic modality in small animal medicine, especially in the treatment of cancer. The Lecture from Dr. Juan Carlos Serra will provide a good understanding of the most common and used practices and therapies.
The presentation will aim to provide a standardized approach to adhesive dentistry presenting step-by-step protocols of bonded anterior and posterior indirect restorations. The lecture will also provide clinical “tips and tricks” to achieve the highest clinical success in terms of aesthetic requirements, biomechanical properties of bonded restorations, bond strength, and stability of the adhesive interface over time.
Prof. Edward Feldman
45 min lecture + 15 min Q&A
Cushing's Syndrome in dogs is an extremely common disorder, first recognized and well described over 50 years ago. It is diagnosed in middle-aged and geriatric dogs of every breed and size by veterinarians practicing throughout the world...
This book is a must-have reference for those learning the basics of electrocardiography and those who face the challenge of interpreting the most complex arrhythmias in veterinary medicine. The combined and varied experiences of the authors give texture to the review of the literature, and the approach to electrocardiogram interpretation in the dog and cat.
In this comprehensive review of infectious bursal disease, the author uses graphic resources accompanied by short texts to describe the disease in an accessible manner. The information provided in this handbook will allow professionals to deal with this disease more effectively.