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Descriptive Veterinary Cytology

Descriptive Veterinary Cytology

Descriptive Veterinary Cytology

Bruce H. Williams, DVM,  Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathology
Bruce H. Williams, DVM, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathology
on behalf of C.L. Davis, DVM Foundation

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Launch date: 13 Oct 2016

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Last updated: 27 Oct 2017

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Descriptive Veterinary Cytology
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Sir Luan Henker (27 Oct 2017)
Great presentation as well as great pictures! Thank you so much!
Dr Alejandro Alfaro (24 Nov 2016)
very good
Dr VIKRAM VASHIST (22 Nov 2016)
A concise presentation for beginners, residents and veterinarians who have a nag for microscopic evaluation of lumps and bumps in routine practice. Excellent presentation, though.

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

This 2-hour lecture on descriptive cytology techniques covers proper creation and basic interpretation of cytologic preparations for the anatomic pathologist. It focuses on the limits of interpretation of cytology and how to differentiate inflammatory versus neoplastic lesions. It further delves into interpretation of common inflammatory and neoplastic lesions, concentrating on the commonly aspirated skin lesions, using case reports.

Objectives

Objective 1:
Demonstration of proper technique for creation of cytologic preparations.
By the end of this lecture, the viewer will gain an increased understanding of the techniques of the proper creation of cytologic preparations, as well as differentiating useful versus non-diagnostic specimens.
Objective 2:
Techniques for determination of inflammatory versus neoplastic samples.
By the end of this lecture, the viewer will gain an increased understanding of cytologic features used to differentiate inflammatory versus neoplastic lesions, information which is of extreme importance in allowing contributors to formulate treatment plans for patients.
Objective 3:
Techniques for differentiation of various common cutaneous neoplasms
By the end of this lecture, the viewer will gain an increased understanding of cytologic features used to differentiate a wide range of common cutaneous neoplasms of the dog and cat.
Objective 4:
Learn techniques for description of cytologic specimens.
By the end of this lecture, the viewer will gain an increased understanding of how to formulate a proper written description for a variety of common cytologic specimens.
Bruce H. Williams, DVM,  Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathology

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Bruce H. Williams, DVM, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathology
on behalf of C.L. Davis, DVM Foundation


Dr. Bruce Williams is the Senior Pathologist at the Joint Pathology Center, with over 25 years of experience in the pathology of domestic and laboratory animal species. He has taught over 100 courses in veterinary pathology for the Foundation, to include over thirty iterations of the Foundation’s Descriptive Pathology Course. This lecture is one that he has delivered at the Descriptive Veterinary Pathology Course over the years.

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Sir Luan Henker (27 Oct 2017)
Great presentation as well as great pictures! Thank you so much!
Dr Alejandro Alfaro (24 Nov 2016)
very good
Dr VIKRAM VASHIST (22 Nov 2016)
A concise presentation for beginners, residents and veterinarians who have a nag for microscopic evaluation of lumps and bumps in routine practice. Excellent presentation, though.

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