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Best Practices: Cytodiagnosis in Exotic Pet Practice

The speaker, Terry Campbell, MS, DVM, PhD, is getting ready to welcome you to this complimentary, interactive webinar, R.A.C.E.-approved for 1-hour of continuing education. See you there!

TODAY:  Sunday, July 10th  4 pm EST*
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Cytology is a simple, rapid diagnostic procedure requiring little in terms of equipment and cost to the veterinarian. Most clinical veterinarians are familiar with sample collection techniques for domestic mammals; which also apply to small exotic mammals. Common cytological specimens used in avian and reptilian medicine include: aspirates, imprints of biopsy material, tracheal washes, crop (ingluvies) aspirates or washes in birds, gastric washes in reptiles, sinus aspirates, lung washes in reptiles, aspiration of coelomic fluid, and fecal smears.

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This program was reviewed and approved by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) Registry of Continuing Education (R.A.C.E.) program for 1 hour of continuing education in jurisdictions that recognize AAVSB R.A.C.E. approval. 

Please contact AAVSB R.A.C.E. program if you have any comments or concerns regarding this program's validity or relevancy to the veterinary profession.

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