Develop your knowledge and understanding of bladder neoplasia in dogs. This is a one-part course that can also be taken as part of the Canine Oncology course bundle.
This module looks at bladder neoplasia in dogs, including:
Cause – 2% of all canine tumors: epithelial (most common), or connective tissue
Signs – hematuria, stranguria, dysuria, pollakiuria are common presenting signs. Chronic urinary tract infection (UTI)
Diagnosis – clinical signs and ancillary testing
Treatment – chemotherapy/radiotherapy. Stenting or cystotomy tube
Prognosis - poor to fair due to early local recurrence, poor response to treatment, metastasis or surgical difficulty (often only partial resection possible)
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This module is worth approximately 60 minutes of CPD.
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