Patient assessment; therapeutic and monitoring plans for selected key critical situations; identification, diagnosis and treatment of important gastrointestinal, liver, pancreas, peritoneal, urogenital, skin, musculoskeletal, nervous system; dentistry in dogs and cats.
Fourth year academic level and admission to relevant programme.
1 practical per week for 2 weeks, 9 lectures per week for 14 weeks
Language of tuition
Module is presented in English
Companion Animal Clinical Studies
Period of presentation
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