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Fertility problems in dogs
fertility_fontbonne2.jpg In comparison to the last 10 or 20 years, veterinarians are now frequently requested to solve fertility problems in the dog, mainly due to the increased popularity of purebred dogs as well as for sentimental or financial reasons. In fact, breeders may be concerned about different kinds of problems which include but are not limited to true infertility, anoestrus or a low prolificity rate.

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Under the scientific responsibility of the European Veterinary Society for Small Animal Reproduction (EVSSAR), the European School for Adanvced Veterinary Studies (ESAVS) runs courses for veterinarians in Small Animal Reproduction.


Next Reproduction Course - Spetember 2006

Topics of the Small Animal Reproduction Course 2006

MAMMARY GLAND
- Pseudopregnancy, Mastitis
- Mammary hyperl. in cats
- Mammary tumors in dogs and cats
- Treatment of mammary tumors: principle of surgery, analgesia, chemotherapy
- Practical course: surgery of mammary tumors

ANDROLOGY
- Infertility in male dogs (general lecture)
- Prostate: Diagnostic workup and medical therapy of prostatic diseases, surgery of the prostate
- Testes: Diagnostic workup of testicular disease, clinical cases incl. cytology of testes and prostate

RERPOD. IN CATS: PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOLOGY OF REPRODUCTION
- Gonadectomy: pros and cons in dogs and cats
- Urinary Incontinence: workup and treatment
- Vaginal, vestibular and vulvar diseases

INFERTILITY
- Diagnostic workup and treatment of infertility in bitches and queens
- Pathology of the uterus
- Clinical cases incl. histology of the uterus (workup in groups)

PARTURITION
Physiology and pathology of parturition: not always a clear cut
- Clinical cases (workup in groups)

NEONATOLOGY
- Clinical presentation: haematology, biochemistry, normal vs. abnormal findings
- Immunity in neonates, infectious diseases, vaccination, deworming
- Congenital abnormalities
- Isoerythrolysis in kittens
- Medical treatment, fluid therapy, anasthesia in puppies and kitten


Course location: Zurich / Switzerland
Course duration: 5 day / 11-15 September 2006
Course Fee: 1.500 Euro

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Further information
ESAVS Office
Schadtengasse 2
D-55765 Birkenfeld
Germany
Phone: +49-6782 980 650
Fax: +49-6782 43 14
Email: info@esavs.org
www.esavs.org







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