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REPLAY - Démystifier l’ictère non hémolytique : les affections les plus courantes chez le chat et le chien

Au cours de cette présentation, nous aborderons les spécificités enzymologiques et anatomiques pour pouvoir interpréter correctement un profil enzymologique dans les deux espèces. Nous nous attacherons à détailler les étapes clefs de la démarche diagnostique face à un ictère non hémolytique chez le chat et le chien et nous nous attarderons plus particulièrement sur deux affections classiques dans chaque espèce : la lipidose et les cholangites chez le chat et les hépatites chroniques et la mucocoele biliaire chez le chien.
Nous discuterons entre autres des particularités diagnostiques de ces quatre affections ainsi que de leur prise en charge nutritionnelle et médicale


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Morgane Canonne-Guibert

Graduated from the National Veterinary School of Alfort in 2008.

2-year internship in Internal Medicine, followed by a post-graduate Certificate in Companion Animal Internal Medicine (Certificat d’Etudes Approfondies Vétérinaires, CEAV, Médecine Interne).

ECVIM-CA Residency in Internal Medicine at the Small Animal Teaching Hospital of the University of Liege, Belgium (2012-2015).

Attending clinician in Internal Medicine and Medical Oncology at the Small Animal Teaching Hospital of the University of Liege, Belgium (2015-2016).

Clinician Teacher and Searcher in the Small Animal Internal Medicine Unit of the National Veterinary School of Alfort, France, since October 2016.

Certifying Examination in the Specialty of Internal Medicine (ECVIM-CA, internal medicine), in March 2017.

Co-director of ECVIM-CA Residency Programm in the National Veterinary School of Alfort, France.

Research projects and publications focused in lower respiratory tract diseases in dogs (emergence of Angiostrongylosis in Belgium and comparison of diagnostic methods, investigation of the potential infectious triggers of the eosinophilic bronchopneumopathy and long-term clinical response to inhaled therapy, diagnostic tools (CRP, lavage) and treatment of puppies with Bordetella bronchiseptica infection, longitudinal study of 6 minutes-walking testing in chronic coughing dogs, longitudinal study of cats with chronic idiopathic rhino-sinusitis). 

Other main focus in Endocrinology and Feline Medicine (diagnosis of hyperaldosteronism, longitudinal follow-up of cats with diabetes mellitus and pancreatitis, idiopathic hypercalcemia in cats, use of SAA in diagnosis of feline pyelonephritis, cyclosporine in treatment of feline infectious peritonitis, investigation of hypercobalaminemia in cats). 

Member of ESVE and ESVIM.

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