|On Demand||Veterinarians, Veterinary Techs, Veterinary Staff||1.5||
Megaesophagus is the most common cause of regurgitation in dogs and can also be seen uncommonly in cats. The disease offers many unique challenges in regards to its diagnosis and especially management. This presentation goes through all aspects of canine and feline megaesophagus and provides a practical guide to help clinicians feel comfortable and confident in treating this challenging disease.
This program is 90 minutes long and will provide 1.5 CE credit for $75.00
Course recorded May 2020
Small Animal Internal Medicine
College of Veterinary Medicine
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