Learn about the basic pancreatic gross anatomy and how it relates to the adjacent organ systems in position and function from the sonographic perspective. Changes to this structure in the midst of pathological processes will be demonstrated.
- Pancreatitis in dogs and cats along with expectations regarding sensitivities and specificities with current serum testing (amylase, lipase, PLI)
- Degenerative pathologies such as fibrosis, amyloid deposition, and nodular hyperplasia compared to neoplastic patterns
- Sampling the pancreas from an ultrasound-guided process
- Medical and surgical approaches to pathologies will also be discussed.
Approved for 2 CE Credits
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Sonographic Approach to the Pancreas - Part 1 & 2
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