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Gross Pathology of Wildlife Species

Gross Pathology of Wildlife Species

Gross Pathology of Wildlife Species

Scott Fitzgerald, DVM, Ph.D
Scott Fitzgerald, DVM, Ph.D
on behalf of C.L. Davis, DVM Foundation

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Launch date: 26 Oct 2016

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Last updated: 23 Sep 2017

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This 3-hour lecture on gross pathology of wildlife species covers common diseases affecting both avian and mammalian wildlife species in North America.

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Demonstration of gross morbid anatomy and the pathogenesis of a wide range of disease in avian and mammalian wildlife species.
By the end of this lecture, the viewer will gain an increased understanding of the gross lesions, as well as the presenting clinical signs, pathogenetic mechanisms and pathophysiology, as well as the appropriate differential diagnosis for a wide range of diseases affecting avian and mammalian wildlife species.
Scott Fitzgerald, DVM, Ph.D

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Scott Fitzgerald, DVM, Ph.D
on behalf of C.L. Davis, DVM Foundation

Scott Fitzgerald, DVM, Ph.D
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathology
Diplomate, American College of Poultry Pathologists

Scott Fitzgerald, DVM is a professor of pathology in the Department of Pathobiology and Diagnostic Investigation at the Diagnostic Center for Population and Animal Health at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University. An inveterate and long-stanindg fan of the Boston Red Sox, he is also the director of the pathology residency program at MSU and a member of the Foundation’s Faculty of Discussants. In addition to the diseases of wildlife, his research interests include bovine tuberculosis and infectious and zoonotic disease. He has authored over 90 articles on these subjects.

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