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Common Skin Tumours in Dogs and Cats: A Histologic and Cytomorphologic Diagnostic Approach

Dr. Arnon Gal
DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVIM (SAIM), Diplomate ACVP, Massey University
19 October 2016
ID: 81
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In this webinar Dr. Gal from Massey University will survey the common skin tumours in dogs and cats. This presentation will include everything from how to recognise these common skin tumours, to what the identifying cytology and histology characteristics of these tumours are, and a discussion around recommended treatments. Dr. Gal will provide a methodical, diagnostic approach to be able to associate tumours and assist the process of developing a differential diagnosis list.
Dr Arnon Gal joined the Massey Small Animal Internal Medicine service in February 2015 and is the head of the Small Animal Internal Medicine service, and the director of the Small Animal Internal Medicine residency program at Massey. Dr. Gal is board-certified in Small Animal Internal Medicine (2009) and Anatomical Pathology (2013) by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and The American College of Veterinary Pathologists, respectively. Dr. Gal interweaves the structural and the functional aspects of diseases in a unique perspective that bridges between the Small Animal Internal Medicine and Pathology disciplines.

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