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"Lunchtime Basic Bitesize Pathology. Small Animal Mammary Pathology."

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Presented by Sandra Dawson BSc BVMS FRCPath MRCVS

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About the webinar:

Grab a cuppa, some snacks and join us for an overview of mammary pathology in small animals. The session is aimed at veterinary practitioners, nurses, new graduates and clinical stage veterinary students. We will look at how to approach diagnosing mammary masses using cytology and histology, what to expect from your pathology report and helpful prognostic indicators.

Learning Objectives:

  • Most common mammary tumours in dogs and cats
  • Is there any value in a fine needle aspirate?
  • The best way to submit a biopsy
  • Classification and grading of mammary tumours in dogs and cats
  • Useful prognostic indicators
  • Mammary tumours in small mammals

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About the speaker

Sandra Dawson BSc BVMS FRCPath MRCVS

Sandra is a graduate of Aberdeen and Glasgow Universities, gaining a BSc in agriculture with honours in animal science in 1991 and her veterinary degree in 1995. She moved from working in mixed practice in 1997 to take up a residency in veterinary pathology at Edinburgh University, latterly lecturing in reproductive pathology. After 5 years in industry, where she gained her FRCPath, Sandra joined Nationwide Laboratories in May 2006. In 2011 Sandra was appointed to the Royal College of Pathologists board of examiners in the speciality of small domestic animals. She enjoys teaching and mentoring and is an active STEM ambassador. Sandra works with surgical biopsies and fine needle aspirates. She can advise on all aspects of histopathology in a wide range of species.

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