Bij het hands-off neurologisch onderzoek is het onder andere essentieel om het gedrag en bewustzijn van de hond/kat na te gaan. De tijd nemen om het dier te observeren loslopend in de spreekkamer is van groot belang. Door het tonen van videofragmenten van patiënten zal uitgelegd worden wat precies abnormaal gedrag en abnormaal bewustzijn inhoudt en hoe je de oorsprong van beide kan achterhalen.
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Sofie Bhatti DVM, PhD
Ghent University - Belgium
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
Small Animal Department
Head of Clinical Neurology
Sofie Bhatti graduated at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine – Ghent University in 1998. After graduation she received an assistant position at the same Faculty and developed a special interest in neurology and endocrinology. In 2006, she successfully defended her PhD thesis in endocrinology at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Utrecht University, the Netherlands. In 2007, she became head of the clinical neurology department. Her duties include care for patients with neurological disorders, teaching neurology (to veterinary students, interns, residents), and neurology research, with a special emphasis on canine and feline epilepsy and treatment of drug-resistant epilepsy. Dr. Bhatti is an active member of the, in 2015 founded, “International Veterinary Epilepsy Task Force” creating awareness for this frequent neurological disorder in dogs and cats and producing consensus statements for classification, diagnosis, treatment, outcome, medical imaging, and neuropathology of epileptic patients. Dr. Bhatti is the founder of “Epicentrum”, a center driven by experts with a passion for neurology and epilepsy, supported by science, and strengthened by years of experience (www.epicentrum.ugent.be, facebook: Epicentrum - Epilepsie hond/kat – Ugent). She is the (co-)supervisor of several PhD students and (co-)author of more than 40 publications in international journals. She gave numerous continuing education lectures for veterinary practitioners and was invited as guest lecturer (national and international) on several occasions.
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