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SAIM002-0104: Too Hot to Trot: Fevers of Unknown Origin
Katharine F. Lunn, BVMS, MS, PhD, MRCVS, DACVIM
Jan 29th - Feb 12th, 2004
Interactive Session: February 5th; 9:30 - 11:30 PM ET (US)
Fever is a common clinical abnormality in small animal patients. In the majority of cases the cause is easily diagnosed and treated. But in a small percentage of patients the source of the fever is not readily apparent, and the problem becomes persistent or recurrent. These cases of Fever of Unknown Origin (FUO) can be challenging and frustrating for both the veterinarian and the client. This VINgnette is designed to make FUO less confusing and intimidating, and will focus on the selection of appropriate diagnostic tests. Case-based material will be used to illustrate different logical approaches to successful diagnosis and strategies for patient management.
Course participants will:
CE HOURS: 3 CE Credits
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