Those webinars on cattle necropsies sponsored by Laboratorios Syva and organised by ANEMBE (Asociación Nacional de Especialistas en Medicina Bovina)
They will be given by Valentín Pérez, Professorof the Department of Animal Healthof the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of León.
Raúl Martínez, our ruminant technical veterinary will accompany you during the two days.
Necropsies are a useful and very important tool to help us to make a diagnostic approach, or even a definitive diagnosis.
On Wednesday 24th March at 20:00 the first day will be about ‘Necropsy as a diagnostic tool in the field’.
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Webinar 1 : Necropsy as a diagnostic tool in the field
Necropsies are a useful tool that can be of great help to carry out a diagnostic approach, or sometimes even a definitive diagnosis, and that can be carried out in field conditions. In this presentation, the aim is to show how to evaluate macroscopic findings at necropsy, in the different organs and systems, with special emphasis on the differentiation of lesions associated with disease, with its possible general causes, from other changes, mainly post-mortem or of other origin.
Webinar 2 : Interpretation of macroscopic lesions. Application to the diagnosis of some common diseases and processes
The objective is to assess lesions and groups of lesions, from different organs, in relation to their causes, but grouped in such a way that the main macroscopic findings in the necropsy of common diseases or processes in bovine pathology are known. In addition, the relationship between groups of lesions with the pathogenesis of the disease or the knowledge of lesions that may be a consequence of other lesions will be emphasised. https://www.anembe.com/agenda/eventos/on/2021/04/07/
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