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Pancreatitis or Tumour? - The benefits of pancreatic biopsy
What awaits you:
A 13-year-old dog is presented with jaundice. A 12-year-old cat has been inappetent, lethargic and weak for 2 days, clinically there is a prominent abdomen. Both cases are based on rare but relevant pancreatic diseases, the diagnosis of which can only be made using histopathology. Argine Cerezo (DVM, ACVP) will present these complex cases to you in a clinical-pathological context.
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Argiñe Cerezo Echevarría
DVM DipACVP @Laboklin GmbH & Co. KG
Argiñe Cerezo graduated in 2014 in Veterinary Medicine at Complutense de Madrid University, Spain. Prior to graduation, she did rotating clinical externships in American Veterinary Hospitals including North Carolina State University and University of Texas A&M, as well as several zoos in both the United States and Spain. In 2015 she began a traineeship at the Veterinary Diagnostic and Necropsy Service of the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, as well as the Cetacean Pathology Division of the University Institute for Animal Health and Food safety (IUSA). She practiced small and exotic animal medicine in Medicine until 2016. From 2016 to 2019 she completed an Anatomic Pathology Residency Program at Kansas State University (United States), where she simultaneously worked as a Teaching Assistant for pathology courses for the veterinary curricula. In 2019 she got her American Board Certification in Veterinary Anatomic Pathology.