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B-1028: Removing Fish Tumors

B-1028: Removing Fish Tumors

Presenter: Dr. Greta Van de Sompel, DMV

Date: October 4, 2016 Time: 13:00 CEST (European Central Summer Time)

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Duration: 1.0 hours

Career level: Veterinarians, Veterinary Technicians/Nurses, Veterinary Students

CEPD Credits: 1.0 Hours of CEPD

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More about this event

 This presentation will cover veterinary procedures for removing skin and internal tumors or pseudo-tumors, on or in Koi, including patient preparation, surgery and post-surgical hospitalization. 


Learning Objectives - Participants will understand options for appropriate: 
1. Anesthesia during clinical evaluation & surgery; 
2. Cryotherapy for skin tumors; and, 
3. Surgical removal of tumors. 

About the speaker: Dr Van de Sompel graduated in 1990 as a veterinary surgeon, with honors, from the University of Ghent. As part of a family veterinary practice with her husband that focuses on small (companion) animals, pigeons and other birds, and fish, she is the primary veterinarian who deals with fish patients on a daily basis. Typical cases seen involve ornamental fish, or consulting with sustainable aquaculture farms, including koi, other carp, sturgeons and various aquarium fish, and occasionally turtles.

 

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