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An Urban Experience
TUMOURS OF THE DIGITS AND FEET ............................................................................................................................................................. 436 A LESION ON THE FOOT TOO BIG FOR PRIMARY CLOSURE ........................................................................................................................ 437 MASSIVE SKIN DEFECTS WITH POUCH FLAPS .............................................................................................................................................. 440 CONSTIPATION IN CATS ................................................................................................................................................................................... 442 VOMITING AND DIARRHEA IN CHEMO PATIENTS...........................................................................................................................................444 MEDICALLY NON-RESPONSIVE URINARY INCONTINENCE ........................................................................................................................... 446 ACUTE ONSET NEUROMUSCULAR DISEASE IN DOGS ................................................................................................................................. 448 THE DISGRUNTLED CLIENT ............................................................................................................................................................................. 450 DIAGNOSIS OF KIDNEY DISEASE, IRIS CLASSIFICATION AND SDMA........................................................................................................... 451 MANAGEMENT OF IRIS STAGE 1 CKD – WHAT IS THE EVIDENCE................................................................................................................. 453 CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE IN THE CAT - EVIDENCE-BASED MEDICINE ..................................................................................................... 458 CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE AND ROLE OF DIETARY PROTEIN ..................................................................................................................... 460 CANINE AND FELINE NEPHROURETEROLITHIASIS........................................................................................................................................ 463 PROTEINURIA IN DOGS AND CATS.................................................................................................................................................................. 467 ACUTE KIDNEY DISEASE MANAGEMENT........................................................................................................................................................ 469 MUSCLE MATTERS IN THE GERIATRIC CKD PET: WORKING AGAINST THE CLOCK ................................................................................... 472 HOW DO INHERITED DISEASES AFFECT OUR PRACTICE? ........................................................................................................................... 475 WHAT DO WE KNOW ABOUT BREED-SPECIFIC PREVALENCE AND RISK?.................................................................................................. 478 GENETIC TESTING: EXPECTATIONS, OPPORTUNITIES AND LIMITATIONS ................................................................................................... 481 GENETIC COUNSELLING BY PRACTICING VETERINARIANS ......................................................................................................................... 483 TACKLING PROBLEMS OF EXTREME CONFORMATION: INTERNATIONAL MULTI-STAKEHOLDER EFFORTS ............................................ 486 HANDLING AN INCREASED RISK OF INHERITED DISORDERS IN PEDIGREE DOGS: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE................................ 488 WHO DECIDES ON DOG BREEDING. THE INCREASING POWER OF NONORGANIZED BREEDERS AND CONSUMERS........................... 490 STAYING GOOD WHILE PLAYING GOD. ETHICAL PERSPECTIVES ON DOG BREEDING.............................................................................. 492 THE PERFECT CONSULTATION AND CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE.................................................................................................................... 494 IMPROVING YOUR BUSINESS BY OPTIMIZING YOUR REMINDER SYSTEM ................................................................................................ 496 MOTIVATING THROUGH BUDGETS AND KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ............................................................................................... 498 BASIC PRINCIPLES OF PHYSIOTHERAPY....................................................................................................................................................... 501 ANAESTHESIA FOR THE ORTHOPAEDIC PATIENT .......................................................................................................................................... 503 PHYSIOTHERAPY FOR THE POST-OPERATIVE ORTHOPAEDIC PATIENT ...................................................................................................... 505 DEALING WITH THE DIFFICULT TO HEAL WOUND ......................................................................................................................................... 506 TRIAGE AND ASSESSMENT OF THE EMERGENCY PATIENT ......................................................................................................................... 509
42ND WORLD SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOCIATION CONGRESS AND FECAVA 23RD EUROCONGRESS
   






























































































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