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Veterinarians must continue their training to adapt to new developments in this field”
Dermatology is possibly the specialty within pet veterinary medicine that is most frequently encountered in daily clinical practice.
Because of this, and taking into account its importance, the program of this Postgraduate Diploma has been developed by a highly-regarded veterinary teaching team in Veterinary Dermatology.
The combination of experience, both theoretical and practical, allows the veterinary professional to develop, first hand, specialized knowledge to carry out a good diagnosis and treatment of dermatological diseases from the theoretical point of view, with the latest developments and scientific advances and from the extensive practical experience of all teachers. The combination of a great team of interrelated teachers is what makes this Postgraduate Diploma unique among all those offered in similar training.
The topics developed in thePostgraduate Diploma program address, with a high level of depth, the most important dermatoses of small animals, including dogs, cats and other non-traditional pets.
With this Postgraduate Diploma the veterinary professional acquires advanced knowledge of Veterinary Dermatology for daily clinical practice. The study system applied by this course provides a solid foundation in the specialized knowledge of the Dermatoses Related to the Immune System.
As it is an online program, the student is not conditioned by fixed schedules, nor do they need to move to physically move to another location. All of the content can be accessed at any time of the day, so you can balance your working or personal life with your academic life.
This training is the best option you can find to specialize in Dermatology in Small Animals and make more accurate diagnoses”
This Postgraduate Diploma in Endogenous Dermatoses Affecting Aesthetics offers you the advantages of a high-level scientific, teaching, and technological course. These are some of its most notable features:
- Development of practical cases presented by experts in Dermatology in Small Animals.
- The graphic, schematic, and eminently practical contents with which they are created provide scientific and practical information on the disciplines that are essential for professional practice.
- Latest information on Dermatology in Small Animals.
Practical exercises where the self-assessment process can be carried out to improve learning.
- Special emphasis on innovative methodologies in Dermatology in Small Animals.
- Theoretical lessons, questions to the expert, debate forums on controversial topics, and individual reflection assignments.
- Content that is accessible from any fixed or portable device with an Internet connection.
This course is the best investment you can make when choosing a refresher programme to update your existing knowledge of Veterinary Dermatology"
The multimedia content, developed with the latest educational technology, will provide the professional with situated and contextual learning, i.e., a simulated environment that will provide immersive training programmed to train in real situations.
This program is designed around Problem Based Learning, whereby the specialist must try to solve the different professional practice situations that arise during the academic year. For this purpose, the professional will be assisted by an innovative interactive video system created by renowned and experienced experts in Dermatology in Small Animals and with extensive experience.
This training comes with the best didactic material, providing you with a contextual approach that will facilitate your learning"
This 100% online Postgraduate Diploma will allow you to combine your studies with your professional work while increasing your knowledge in this field"
The structure of the content has been designed by the best professionals in the Dermatology in Small Animals sector, with extensive experience and recognized prestige in the profession, backed by the volume of cases reviewed, studied, and diagnosed, and with extensive knowledge of new technologies applied to veterinary medicine.
This Postgraduate Diploma contains the most complete and up-to-date scientific program on the market"
Module 1. The Skin as an Organ Characteristics and Diagnostic Approach
1.1. Structure and Function of the Skin
1.1.3. Cutaneous Appendages
1.1.5. Vascularization and Innervation
1.2. Dermatological Consultation
1.2.1. Material for Sample Collection
1.2.2. Material for Clinical Examination
1.2.3. Material for Complementary Tests
1.3. Relationship with the Owner
1.3.2. Personalized Care
1.3.3. Allocation of Sufficient Time
1.4. Diagnostic Protocol
1.4.1. Dermatological Record
1.4.2. General Medical Records
1.4.3. Dermatological Medical Records
1.5. General and Dermatological Examination
1.5.1. Primary Skin Lesions
1.5.2. Secondary Skin Lesions
1.5.3. Clinical Patterns
1.6. Differential Diagnoses
1.6.1. Most Common Dermatosis
1.6.2. Least Common Dermatosis
1.7. Complementary Diagnostic Tests
1.7.1. Skin Scraping
1.7.3. Hair Brushing
1.7.4. Adhesive Tape
1.7.6. Cultivation Methods
1.7.7. Skin Biopsy
1.8. Skin Cytology
1.8.1. Sample Collection
1.8.2. Processing and Staining
1.9. Cutaneous Histopathology
1.9.1. Inflammatory Patterns
1.9.2. Atrophic Patterns
1.9.3. Neoplasm Patterns
1.10. Treatments Overview
220.127.116.11. Parenteral Route
Module 2. Dermatoses of Endocrine, Metabolic, Nutritional and Congenital Origin: Non-inflammatory Alopecia
2.1. Canine Hypothyroidism
2.1.2. Clinical Aspects
2.2. Feline Hyperthyroidism and Hypothyroidism
2.2.2. Clinical Aspects
2.3. Canine Hyperadrenocorticism
2.3.2. Clinical Aspects
2.4 Hyperadrenocorticism and Diabetes Mellitus in Cats
2.4.2. Clinical Aspects
2.5. Dermatosis due to Canine Gonadal Anomalies
2.5.1. Hyperestrogenism in Females
18.104.22.168. Clinical Aspects
2.5.2. Hyperestrogenism in Males
22.214.171.124. Clinical Aspects
2.6. Alopecia X and Cyclical Alopecia
2.6.2. Clinical Aspects
2.7. Alopecia of Hereditary Congenital Nature
2.7.1. Follicular Dystrophies
2.7.2. Linked to Hair Color
126.96.36.199. Clinical Characteristics
2.7.3. Not Linked to Hair Color
188.8.131.52. Clinical Characteristics
2.7.4. Alopecia Patterns
184.108.40.206. Breeds and Patterns
220.127.116.11. Differential Diagnosis
2.8. Alopecia and Non-Pruritic Feline Scaly Conditions
2.8.1. Paraneoplastic Alopecia
18.104.22.168. Clinical Aspects
2.8.2. Exfoliative Dermatitis Linked or Not to Thymoma
22.214.171.124. Clinical Aspects
2.9. Canine Metabolic Dermatoses
2.9.1. Dermatosis Which Responds to Zinc
126.96.36.199. Clinical Aspects
2.9.2. Hepatocutaneous Syndrome, Necrolytic Erythema Migrans
188.8.131.52. Clinical Aspects
2.10. Non-inflammatory Alopecia
2.10.1. Defluxion-Effluvium in Anagen and in Telogen
184.108.40.206. Clinical Aspects
2.10.2. Alopecia Traction
2.10.4. Clinical Aspects
2.10.7. Alopecia Due to Reaction to Inoculation/Application of Drugs
220.127.116.11. Clinical Aspects
Module 3. Dermatoses due to Keratinization Disorders and Psychogenic Dermatoses
3.1. Keratinization and Sebum Secretion Disorders
3.1.1. Canine and Feline Primary Seborrhea
3.1.2. Idiopathic Facial Dermatitis of Persian Cats
3.1.3. Facial Ulcerative Dermatitis of the Bengal Cat
3.1.5. Schnauzer Comedone Syndrome
3.2. Nasal and Digital Hyperkeratosis of the Dog
3.2.1. Age Related Causes
3.2.2. Secondary Causes from Other Diseases
3.3. Hyperplasia of the Canine Tail Gland
3.3.1. Hormonal Influence
3.3.2. Topical and Systemic Therapy
3.4.1. Canine Acne
3.4.2. Feline Acne
3.5. Feline Stallion Tail
3.5.1. Treatment Management
3.6. Treatment of Keratinization Disorders
3.6.1. Specific Shampoo Therapy
3.6.2. Systemic Treatment Retinoids Vitamin A
3.7. Pigmentation Abnormalities
3.7.1. Genetic Hyperpigmentation
18.104.22.168. Urticaria Pigmentosa
22.214.171.124. Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation
126.96.36.199. Hormonal Alterations Due to Drugs
188.8.131.52. Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation
184.108.40.206. Metabolic - Hormonal - Neoplastic Hypopigmentation
3.8. Etiopathogenesis, Diagnosis and Treatment of Behavioral Disorders
3.8.1. Etiopathogenesis of Behavioral Disorders
3.8.2. Diagnosis of Behavioral Disorders
3.8.3. Medical Treatment for Behavioral Disorders
3.8.4. Non-Pharmacological Treatment for Behavioral Disorders
3.9. Dermatoses of Ethological Origin I
3.9.1. Tail Chasing
3.9.2. Flank Sucking
3.9.3. Feline Self-Induced Alopecia/Feline Head and Neck Dermatosis
3.10. Dermatoses of Ethological Origin II
3.10.1. Canine Acral Lick Dermatitis
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