Inleiding Cytologie van niet-tumoreuze aandoeningen van huid en subcutis
Voor een uitgebreide inleiding rond cytologie van niet-tumoreuze aandoeningen van huid en subcutis bij kat en hond met voorbeelden omtrent mastitis, speekselcystes, ontstekingen, hematomen, myxomatose, …, bekijk deze video!
00:00:00: Introductie -> stappen in het lezen van cytologische preparaten
00:08:15 : Herhaling kenmerken huid & Technieken voor het verzamelen van materiaal
00:10:39 -> einde: Casusbesprekingen
PhD - Dip. ECVIM-CA
Erik Teske graduated at the Utrecht University in 1981. After an internship and residency he became a specialist internal medicine in 1986. From 1987-1989 a KWF-fellowship in clinical oncology was performed at the National Cancer Institute in Amsterdam. In 1993 he defended his thesis on non-Hodgkin lymphoma in the dog. From 1992 he is a full staff member of the Department of Clinical Sciences of Companion Animals, where he is currently Head of the Medical Oncology. Currently he is also a part-time professor in medical oncology at the Veterinary Faculty in Liege.
His area of expertise is clinical cytology, epidemiology, and oncology. In the field of oncology especially non-Hodgkin lymphoma and prostate carcinoma in the dog have his focus of attention. He has written more than 130 publications in refereed journals (including many on clinical cytology), 17 book chapters, and more than 160 other publications. He has given over 140 invited presentations at international congresses. For some 25 years he has been co-organizing an ESAVS course on internal medicine for European practitioners.
Dr. Teske was the first president of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, has been president of the European Board of Veterinary Specialisation, and is currently still president of the Dutch Board of Veterinary Specialisation. For these activities he was awarded in 2016 with the EBVS Award for outstanding contributions to veterinary specialization in Europe. He is double boarded in the ECVIM-CA in internal medicine and in clinical oncology. He is an Honorary Member of the European College of Veterinary Clinical Pathology and was awarded the WSAVA Hill’s Excellence in Veterinary Healthcare Award in 2006 and the WSAVA International Award for Scientific Achievement in 2016. In October 2017 he was awarded an honorary doctor title by the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala.
09/03/2020 - Webinar - NL - Duration: 66:40