- Webinar recorded on Mon 29th September, 2014
- 1 hours 31 mins
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Canine otitis externa is a frequent presentation in small animal practice. It is usually of multifactorial aetiology and may occur as part of a generalised skin disease or underlying systemic illness. Unless the underlying causes of the otitis can be identified and corrected, the disease tends to be recurrent and can eventually lead to irreversible changes within the ear canal. This webinar will focus on the causes of otitis externa and the optimal way to approach early cases of otitis externa to avoid chronic changes. Topics will include the PPSP system of classification, ear cytology, antimicrobial treatment selection and ear cleaning.