Full course description
2021 Fall Conference Recording - An Unusual Presentation of Histoplasmosis in the Cat with Dr. Fielder.
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Continuing Education Credits
This course has been approved as CE by the Oklahoma Veterinary Board. To see if this course is acceptable as CE in other states, please visit the state's specific guidelines. Many states accept CE from AVMA accredited veterinary schools. OSU CVM is an AVMA accredited veterinary school.
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- 1 hour total.
- This course consists of 1 module which can be completed at your own pace.
- This course must be fully completed during the license renewal period in order to be accepted as continuing education. Courses started in one license renewal period and later finished in the following license renewal period are only accepted in the latter renewal period once fully complete.
Completing the Course
This class was developed from a recording from Fall Conference. If you attended the session at Fall Conference or via webinar, do not register for this course. Do not duplicate!
In this course, students will:
- Recognize that articular histoplasmosis is common in cats in endemic areas.
- Recognize that lameness is a common presenting complaint and physical exam finding in cats with articular histoplasmosis.
- Recognize that cytology of synoical fluid is a common mode of diagnosis in cats with articular histoplasmosis.
- Recognize that organisms are often found in synovial fluid from cats with articular histoplasmosis.
- Recognize that the Histoplasma Antigen Enzyme Immunoassay is both a sensitive and specific test for Histoplasmosis in the cat.
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