Pathology working with Oncology

Thursday 29th June

DWR Seminar room

An engaging day working through diagnosing and treating mast cell tumours and lymphoma in dogs, reviewing the cytology and histology analysis methods and results.

During this CPD day our Specialists in Clinical Pathology, Anatomical Pathology and Medical Oncology will discuss how to diagnose and treat the two most common round cell tumours in our companion animals: mast cell tumour and lymphoma. Key points for cytological and histological diagnosis, prognostic factors and therapies will be covered with discussion of clinical cases.

Mast cell tumours
09.00 – 09.30am Approach to the waxing and waning mass Charlie Pittaway
09.45 – 10.15am Cytology of mast cell tumours in dogs and cats Nic Ilchyshyn
10.30 – 11.00am A histological guide to the canine mast cell tumour Rachel Pittaway
11.00 – 11.30am Coffee break
11.30 – 12.30pm It’s a mast cell tumour – what do I do now? Charlie Pittaway
12.30 – 1.00pm Case presentation/discussion Sara Verganti
01.00 – 02.00pm Lunch break
Lymphoma in dogs
02.00 – 02.30pm The diagnosis of lymphoma: a peak behind the curtain Nic Ilchyshyn
02.45 – 03.15pm Lymphoma in focus – a histological approach to canine lymphoma Rachel Pittaway
03.30 – 04.00pm How do we treat lymphoma in dogs? Sara Verganti
04.15 – 04.45pm Wrap up of the day Charlie, Nic, Rachel, Sara

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