May
20
2015

Join us for this free, in-depth discussion on how to obtain, prepare, and interpret diagnostic cytologic samples from inflammatory and nodular skin lesions and otitis, as well as trichograms and dermatophyte cultures. You'll learn how to use in-house cytology in your practice to enable effective case management.

After participating in this Web conference, you'll be better able to:

  • Obtain cytologic samples from skin and ear lesions
  • Interpret cytology of inflammatory lesions, round cell tumors, and dermatphyte cultures
  • Interpret trichograms

Presentation title: Making Cytology Easier! How to Perform and Interpret In-House Skin and Ear Cytologies, Trichograms, and Dermatophyte Cultures
Broadcast dates: June 1-14, 2015
Sponsor: Dechra Pharmaceuticals
Speaker: Kimberly S. Coyner, DVM, DACVD

Kimberly S. Coyner graduated from the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994. After a referral private practice internship and a year in emergency practice, she obtained a 2-year teaching position and then a 3-year residency position in dermatology at the University of Georgia, which she completed in 2001. From 2001 to 2013, Coyner was in private dermatology referral practice at Dermatology Clinic for Animals in the southwest U.S., and in 2013 she moved her family and practice to the Puget Sound area in Washington State.

Coyner has authored multiple articles in various scientific journals and veterinary book chapters in the field of dermatology. She participates in clinical drug trials of cutting-edge treatments for atopy and other skin diseases in companion animals, and her special interests include the diagnosis and treatment of atopy, chronic otitis, allergy immunotherapy for the treatment of feline asthma related to atopy, and immune-mediated skin diseases. 

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