Urolithiasis: Diagnosis and Decision-making (1854)
Food Animal/Equine |  Small Ruminant
Sunday |  8:00 AM -  8:50 AM
Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center||206B



John Angelos DVM, PhD, DACVIM
University of California

John Angelos is a professor in the Department of Medicine and Epidemiology and the Western Institute for Food Safety and Security at the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. He received his DVM degree from Cornell University in 1992 and subsequently gained additional postgraduate clinical training at the University of Minnesota and UC Davis. He received his PhD in Comparative Pathology from UC Davis in 2002 and has been on the faculty at UCD since 2003. John enjoys teaching veterinary students on a variety of topics related to food animal medicine as well as conducting research related to the pathogenesis and prevention of ruminant infectious keratoconjunctivitis. In his spare time John enjoys gardening, propagating carnivorous plants, and volunteering for a Sacramento area soup kitchen.

Presentation Info

CE Credit(s): 1.00
CE Level: 2


Unfortunately, urolithiasis occurs in small ruminant males. Learn about making the diagnosis and decisions with cases. This is Part 1 of 2 lectures on urolithiasis. Dr. Angelos' lectures are always well received, as shares his experience and knowledge with practitioners.

Learning Objectives

1. How to make a diagnosis of urolithiasis

2. What options should be considered with urolithiasis cases

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