Parasitic Bronchitis in Cats (1153)
Companion Animal Medicine |  Respiratory
Friday |  1:00 PM -  1:50 PM
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center||301BC



Tekla Lee-Fowler DVM, MS
Auburn University

Dr. Tekla Lee-Fowler is an Assistant Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine at Auburn University. She earned her DVM in 2005 from Mississippi State University. She then completed a rotating small animal internship at Mississippi State University followed by a residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine at the University of Missouri. She earned her Master's with research focusing on feline asthma and completed a post-doctoral fellowship focusing on feline asthma and immunology. Dr. Lee-Fowler enjoys all aspects of internal medicine with a particular focus on respiratory medicine.

Presentation Info

CE Credit(s): 1.00
CE Level: 2


Parasitic bronchitis is an important differential in the coughing cat. This presentation will cover background information about the major parasites implicated in feline parasitic bronchitis as well as clinical presentation, differential diagnoses, diagnostic testing, and management of parasitic bronchitis.

Learning Objectives

1. The attendee will have an understanding of the pertinent parasites involved in feline parasitic bronchitiS

2. The attendee should be able to formulate a thorough diagnostic plan for a cat with suspected parasitic bronchitis

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