No More Stones! Conquering Bladder Uroliths in Cats

Uroliths in the lower urinary tract are common in cats worldwide. This presentation will review our understanding of the risk factors for stone formation, diagnostic methods for urolith detection and estimation of composition, as well as advances in the least invasive methods for treatment. Finally, strategies for urolith prevention will be discussed. 

Course curriculum

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    No More Stones! Conquering Bladder Uroliths in Cats. (CE Course)

    • No More Stones! Conquering Bladder Uroliths in Cats. (CE Course)

    • Quiz: No More Stones! Conquering Bladder Uroliths in Cats. (Required for RACE credit)

Instructor

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.