Gastroenterology

5th Annual Gulf-Atlantic Veterinary Conference

Protein-losing Enteropathies: Low Albumin Does Not Have to Kill You

Friday, December 1
1:30 PM - 2:20 PM
Location: Grand Ballroom Salon C

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Lymphangiectasia is much more common in dogs than most clinicians realize. This disease can be well controlled if recognized early, but simply biopsying the duodenum often misses the diagnosis. Very precise dietary therapy plus aggressive anti-inflammatory therapy is needed.

Michael Willard

Professor
Texas A&M University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Dept of SACS

Dr. Willard is a 1975 graduate of the Texas A&M University, College of Veterinary Medicine. He did his internship and Masters degree at Kansas State University and his internal medicine residency at Michigan State University. After that, Dr. Willard held faculty appointments at Michigan State University, Mississippi State University, and now at Texas A&M University. He has also consulted and worked at a private referral practice. He is currently a professor of Small Animal Clinical Science and specializes in gastroenterology, hepatology, pancreatology and endoscopy (flexible and rigid). Dr. Willard has given over 2,900 hours of post-graduate continuing education lectures (nationally and internationally), has over 80 refereed publications, and has over 120 book chapters in print. He has worked extensively on sled dogs as well as with the World Small Animal Veterinary Association GI biopsy workgroup. He is currently an Associate editor for the Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine.

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