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Pathology of Reptiles and Amphibians

Pathology of Reptiles and Amphibians

Pathology of Reptiles and Amphibians

Dr. Tracey McNamara
Dr. Tracey McNamara
on behalf of C.L. Davis, DVM Foundation

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Launch date: 27 May 2017

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Last updated: 02 Sep 2017

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Pathology of Reptiles and Amphibians
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Description

This 3-hour lecture on the gross pathology of snakes, turtles, lizards, and amphibians covers many of the common (and not-so-common) diseases of these species, as well as provides references for further study, links to cases in Noah's Archive and the WSC, and a range of differentials for common diseases in these species. The notes accompanying this lecture are also available. (Filmed in 2000)

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Provide gross pathology and pathophysiologic insights into the diseases of reptiles and amphibians.
Demonstration of gross morbid anatomy and the pathogenesis of a wide range of disease in sheep and goats.
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 small ruminants.
Dr. Tracey McNamara

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Dr. Tracey McNamara
on behalf of C.L. Davis, DVM Foundation

Dr. Tracey McNamara is a professor of pathology at the Western University College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a 1982 graduate of the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, and completed her residency in veterinary pathology at the Animal Medical Center and the Wildlife Conservation Society. In 1999, she was credited with the discovery of West Nile Virus in its initial major U.S. outbreak. Her main interests are diseases of exotic animals and teaching.

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