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2019 Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians-Lafeber Company Student Case Report Contest

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2019 Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians-Lafeber Company Student Case Report Contest

Veterinary students from all over the world were encouraged to write a 2-page case report about an exotic companion mammal seen at their college of veterinary medicine or during a clinical experience. Submissions closed in April and judges from the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians Research Committee evaluated the 14 case reports received. Judges were blinded to the students, mentors, co-authors, and institutions at which the cases were seen. This contest was sponsored by Lafeber Company, and the winners are...

First Place

Hypofractionated radiation therapy for thymoma in a rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)*

By Mila Hosli (Student – University of Zurich), Valeria Meier, DVM, DACVR, DipECVDI, MRCVS and Samuel Frei, DVM   (Supervising Clinicians)

Second Place

Multiple traumatic mandibular fractures successfully managed in a rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)*

By Darcy Stephenson (Student – University of Illinois) and Krista Keller, DVM, DACZM  (Supervising Clinician)

Third Place

Cystine urolithiasis and urethral rupture in a ferret (Mustela putorius furo)*

By Maria Raquel Juarez (Student – Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine) and James K. Morrisey DABVP (Avian Practice) (Supervising Clinician)

Honorable Mentions

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Severe Urolithiasis in a Domestic Ferret by Nicole Winter (Student – University of Zurich) and Samuel Frei, DVM (Supervising Clinician)

Severe Myiasis of a Domestic Rabbit by Kaitlyn Liukaitis (Student – Ross University, Clinical Year at Louisiana State University) and Thomas N. Tully, DVM, DABVP (Avian Practice), DECZM (Avian) (Supervising Clinician)

Endometrial Venous Aneurysm in a Lionhead Rabbit by Nikola Sadovska (Student – University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences - Brno, Czech Republic) and Vladimir Jekl, PhD, DECZM (Supervising Clinician)

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Interested in learning more about exotic companion mammals? Contact the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians (AEMV).

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*Brief summaries of each winning case report are posted on LafeberVet. All students have been encouraged to submit their paper for publishing and for presentation at ExoticsCon 2020.

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