About to see a pink eye in a cat? Can't recognize uveitis to save your life?
In this 2-hour VETgirl webinar sponsored by Stokes Pharmacy, Dr. Shelby Reinstein, DACVO reviewed clinical signs, diagnostics, and treatment of the most commonly encountered feline ocular diseases including conjunctivitis, corneal ulcers, uveitis, and retinal detachments. Additionally, she discussed some "cat-specific" ocular conditions including eosinophilic keratoconjunctivitis, corneal sequestrum, and feline diffuse iris melanoma (FDIM).
Title: Eye of the tiger: Common feline ophthalmic conditions
Date: Delivered February 25, 2015
Time: 7-9pm EST
Speaker: Shelby Reinstein, DACVO
Hours: 2 hours of RACE-approved CE
Delivered live, free for all at that time, thanks to generous sponsorship by Stokes Pharmacy, free to all!
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