Webinar Neurology Small animal

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Congenital anomalies <br> Neurological examination <br> Spinal trauma and disc associated diseases <br>



Springer Articles

  • Antiepileptic drugs’ tolerability and safety a systematic review and meta-analysis of adverse effects in dogs ...
  • Auditory functional magnetic resonance imaging in dogs normalization and group analysis and the processing of pitch in the canine auditory pathways ...
  • Classical scrapie prions are associated with peripheral blood monocytes and T-lymphocytes from naturally infected sheep ...
  • Clinical-pathological findings of otitis media and media-interna in calves and (clinical) evaluation of a standardized therapeutic protocol ...
  • Functional and diffusion tensor magnetic resonance imaging of the sheep brain ...
  • In vivo quantification of the [11C]DASB binding in the normal canine brain using positron emission tomography ...
  • Measurements of C-reactive protein (CRP) and nerve-growth-factor (NGF) concentrations in serum and urine samples of dogs with neurologic disorders ...
  • Ultrasonographic examination of the spinal cord and collection of cerebrospinal fluid from the atlanto-occipital space in cattle ...

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Today's Veterinary Practice - Official journal of the NAVC - Sep/Oct 2017
Today's Veterinary Practice - Official journal of the NAVC - Jan/Feb 2018
Today's Veterinary Practice - Official journal of the NAVC - May/Jun 2018

Course details

  • ID: 531724
  • Duration: 20 hours
  • Price: Include
  • Level: Veterinary
  • Certificate: Yes

About the author

Dr Nicolas Granger
Moocs Specialized In Neurology Small Animal And Large Animal

Dr Nicolas Granger is RCVS specialist in veterinary neurology / neurosurgery and Diplomat of the European College of Veterinary Neurology. He holds a PhD in neuroscience from the University of Cambridge. Currently, he is Honorary Senior Lecturer of the Royal Veterinary College London where his research is based and is practising in the South West near Bristol in the UK.