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CONGENITAL LYMPHOEDEMA IN ROTTWEILLER PUPS

CONGENITAL LYMPHOEDEMA IN ROTTWEILLER PUPS

CONGENITAL LYMPHOEDEMA IN ROTTWEILLER PUPS

Ms Virginia  Grice   BScVet (Hons I), BVSc (Hons I)
Ms Virginia Grice BScVet (Hons I), BVSc (Hons I)

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Launch date: 06 Jul 2015

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Last updated: 18 Aug 2017

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Description

Case study focussing on dystocia in a Rottweiller bitch, and subsequent perinatal losses ascribed to congenital lymphoedema.

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Objectives
- identify physical findings consistent with lymphoedema
- list the differential diagnosis for lymphoedema
- briefly describe the pathophysiology of congenital lymphoedema
- describe potential treatments for lymphoedema derived from human medicine which may be beneficial for canine patients
- briefly outline the mechanism by which the phytochemical rutin may benefit dogs with lymphoedema
Ms Virginia  Grice   BScVet (Hons I), BVSc (Hons I)

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Ms Virginia Grice BScVet (Hons I), BVSc (Hons I)

Virginia graduated from The University of Sydney, Australia in 1995. In 1993 she completed an honours year of collaborative research into Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) involving the Departments of Veterinary Physiology, Biological Sciences and Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

After graduation, she worked for several years in private small animal practice in metropolitan Sydney. Rural life called, and after an extended break enjoying motherhood, she returned to work as a small animal vet in a busy mixed animal practice in rural north-western NSW. In early 2015, she moved with her family to the other side of Australia to settle in Geraldton WA, where she joined the team at Sanford Veterinary Clinic. In recent years, she has enjoyed concentrating on her long-term interest in small animal internal medicine, as well as diagnostic clinical pathology and microscopy.

Away from veterinary work, Virginia enjoys being involved at her local church, bike riding, swimming, snorkelling, playing the piano and guitar and spending time (often centred around a sporting activity) with her husband Peter and 5 children.

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