Practical approach to neck problems in dogs

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Tuesday 24 November | 19h30-21h00

About the presentation

Neck problems are commonly encountered in dogs. Clinical signs can vary from cervical hyperaesthesia to ambulatory tetraparesis and non-ambulatory tetraparesis. Although disorders affecting the cervical region are well-characterised, it can occasionally be challenging to localise the lesion to the cervical region. The variety in clinical signs can further complicate clinical decision making. In this webinar we will discuss how to recognise a neck problem, how to recognise the most likely underlying diagnosis, we will discuss some specific cervical conditions and learn how to differentiate between clinical scenarios you can treat yourself and those that will benefit from referral.

  • About Dr Steven de Decker

    DVM, PhD, MvetMed, DipECVN, FHEA, PGCert Veted, MRCVS
    European and RCVS recognised Specialist in Veterinary Neurology
     
    Head Neurology and Neurosurgery
    Associate Professor Neurology & Neurosurgery
    Queen Mother Hospital for Animals
    The Royal Veterinary College
    University of London
    United Kingdom​​​​​​

  • Dr Steven de Decker

    Guest Speaker

  • David Roache

    Webinar Host

  • Lauren Wollner

    Webinar Host

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