Lumps and Bumps

An interactive session where Dr. Susan and Dr. Jolle (purrpodcast.net) will discuss common bumps and lumps in cats. Did You know that most  tumors in cats are malignant?  We want an aggressive approach to bad tumors but not without a great work up. Get ready for some cool tumor action!

Here's what you'll learn:

This lecture is approved for 1 hour of RACE CE credit.

  • You learn how to differentiate the good from the bad

  • You will actively participate in the diagnostic and decision process

  • You will want to become a cancer surgeon

Course Curriculum Preview

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    Lumps and Bumps

    • Lumps and Bumps (CE Course)

    • Quiz: Lumps and Bumps (Required for RACE Credit)

Instructors

Veterinarian, DABVP (Feline), Fan of Fusilli

Susan Little

Susan is a proud Canadian Bluenoser (bet you don't know what that means!) and was even a Caper for a while during her younger years. She graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College so long ago that we won't mention the year. Susan never had a pet cat as a child, so it's surprising that she's always been interested in feline medicine. She has edited and co-authored approximately 10 kg worth of textbooks (that's over 20 lb for some of you) and must be a glutton for punishment because she's in the middle of another one. Recently, she has admitted that she has two dogs.

Veterinarian, Lover of Agnolotti

Jolle Kirpensteijn

A crazy surgeon that is crazy about surgery and social media. I do not like anything that is too red like beets and strawberries. Love cats and have 2 podcasts together with Dr. Susan Little called #purrpodcast and #catcafepodcast. Used to be a grumpy professor but now work for the best pet food companies in the world, Hill's Pet Nutrition, where I am allowed to lead all the professional veterinarians in the US. I have written lots of articles and chapters and books and silly social media posts. I love to jump chasms and inspire people to work closer and more synergistic. My favorite FB group is called AnimalFarm and did I mention that I have a podcast called #veterinarysurgery?