Bone Marrow: the Frenemy of the Clinical Pathologist

Bone marrow: the frenemy of the clinical pathologist

Friday 26th February from 2.45 p.m. to 6.45 p.m.

Bone marrow examination has always been a very fascinating but at the same challenging procedure for any clinical pathologist.
In this session, Dr. Dorothee Bienzle (Dipl. ACVP) from the Ontario Veterinary College (Canada) will introduce us to this world and will challenge us with interesting clinical cases.
In the second part, Dr. Kristina Meichner (Dipl. ACVP) from the University of Georgia (USA) will provide us an overview of canine and feline leukemias and will discuss the use flow cytometry for their further characterisation.

Language: ENGLISH

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