118.755 Clinical Pathology in Small Animal Practice (15 credits)

The principles of clinical pathology in dogs and cats for veterinary graduates. It includes the indications, application and interpretation of haematological, biochemical, urine, cytological and special testing of dogs and cats.

Note(s): Clinical pathology is invaluable in reaching a diagnosis, planning a treatment protocol, monitoring progression of disease, assessing response to therapy, and determining prognosis. The aim of this course is to strengthen your understanding of clinical pathology, improve your practical skills in basic in-house diagnostic evaluations and enable you to make sound decisions in patient management.

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Requirements Requirements help

Note: You may enrol in a postgraduate course (that is a 700-, 800- or 900-level course) if you meet the prerequisites for that course and have been admitted to a qualification which lists the course in its schedule.

Expected prior learning Requirements help

  • This course is available for practicing veterinarians throughout the world to study extramurally (by distance) as a single course or as component of a part-time Master of Veterinary Medicine or Postgraduate Diploma in Veterinary Clinical Science.

Offerings Offerings help

Year Semester Mode Location
2020 Semester Two non-standard Distance

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