|Venue:||On-Demand Panel Discussion|
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Panelists: Dana Clarke VMD, DACVECC - University of Pennsylvania, USA
Marilyn Dunn DMV, MVSc, DACVIM - University of Montreal, Canada
Sara Janssens Dr. med. vet. DECVS - University Clinic of Utrecht, The Netherlands
Moderator: Lillian Aronson BS, VMD, DACVS - University of Pennsylvania, USA
PANEL DISCUSSION DESCRIPTION
Injury to the upper urinary tract occurs most commonly from obstructive urinary calculi, but can also occur secondary to iatrogenic injury, blunt abdominal trauma, penetrating wounds, and neoplastic disease. Urinary leakage or obstruction resulting from these conditions can result in significant morbidity and mortality if left untreated or if treatment is delayed. Additionally, although uncommon, cases of idiopathic renal haematuria can result in severe anaemia and urinary obstruction.
Join our multidisciplinary panel of internationally renowned specialists for an interactive discussion covering surgical and minimally invasive treatment options to successfully treat these conditions in dogs and cats.
Panel Discussion Registration Process: Once you have registered and upon payment, you will receive the link to access the on-demand recording for a period of 8 weeks. If you wish to receive a Certificate of Attendance after having viewed the webinar, please get in touch with us and we will send it to you electronically.
European Specialist in Veterinary Surgery
Sara Janssens qualified in 2008 from the University of Ghent, Belgium. She started an internship at the Department of Medical Imaging and Orthopaedics at the University of Ghent, whereafter she worked as general practitioner at two busy general practices in Belgium and the Netherlands. In 2012 Sara started her residency in small animal surgery at Utrecht University and she is still working as a surgeon at the University Clinic of Utrecht. Her main interest is soft tissue surgery, with a focus on hepatic, urogenital and minimal invasive surgery.Full details
American Specialist in Veterinary Surgery
After completing veterinary school and an internship at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Aronson undertook a small animal surgical residency at the University of California, Davis (UCD). From 1994-1996 she was the coordinator of the renal transplantation program for animals at UCD. Following her residency, she joined the faculty at the University of Pennsylvania – where she is currently Professor of Surgery – and started their renal transplantation program. Her clinical interests include all areas of soft tissue surgery, but in particular microvascular surgery and complex urinary tract surgery (including renal transplantation), and treatment of urolithiasis. As well as frequently lecturing in her specialist fields, she is the author of a textbook on small animal surgical emergencies.Full details
American Specialist in Veterinary Internal Medicine
Marilyn Dunn graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Montréal in 1994 and completed a one-year internship at the same institution.
She completed a residency in small animal internal medicine and a Master’s degree at the University of Saskatchewan and became board certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 1999.
After 2 years in a private practice, she became a professor in internal medicine at the University of Montreal.
In 2008, she completed a Fellowship in interventional radiology and endoscopy at the Matthew J Ryan Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
She is a founding member and current president of the Veterinary Interventional Radiology and Interventional Endoscopy Society (VIRIES) and directs the interventional medicine service at the University of Montreal.
Her main interests are in urinary tract and respiratory interventions and thrombosis.
American Specialist in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
Dr. Dana Clarke graduated from University of Pennsylvania in 2006. After graduation, she completed a one-year rotating internship at Michigan State University, followed by a residency in Emergency/Critical Care at University of Pennsylvania. Upon completion of her residency in 2010, she spent one year observing in Interventional Radiology Service at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. She then became the director of the IR program at PennVet and has a dual appointment to both the sections of Surgery and Critical Care. In 2015, she was appointed to the first faculty position in Interventional Radiology in veterinary medicine. Her research and clinical interests include better understanding of the progression and physiology of tracheal collapse, improving tracheal stent design and sizing, vascular malformations and obstructions, and all forms of respiratory disease within the ICU.Full details