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NVC 2019 Programme

Dear Colleagues,

The program of the forthcoming NVC2019 is currently being discussed by the Scientific Committee.
We will publish program updates as they become available. Follow us.

We would also like to remind you that the complexity level is marked for each particular lecture.
The following unique colors are used:

The basic level
The advanced level
The specialized level

October 2019
The history of anatomical pathology Dmitry Mitrushkin
Macroscopic (with microscopic features) differential diagnosis of pathological processes in tissues, body cavities and body organs of dogs and cats Dmitry Mitrushkin
Laboratory preparation of biopsy and surgical material for histological examination (pre-processing, main fixation rules, anatomicopathological excision, specific features of processing of the most common tumors, a macroscopic description) Dmitry Mitrushkin
Wednesday. 16 October 2019
Pathophysiology of mitral valve diseases. Does the size matter? Differences in the left ventricle adaptation to volume overload in small and large dogs Michele Borgarelli
Pathophysiological particularities of haemodynamic compromise in patients with endocardiosis. Cardiovascular continuum Andrey Komolov
Recommendations on screening for patients with ecdocardiosis Michele Borgarelli
Pulmonary hypertension in patients with ecdocardiosis - diagnostic and prognostic criteria. Findings of the pulmonary hypertension study with interventional control Michele Borgarelli
Distinguishing between an asymptomatic patient B from a patient with slight symptoms. Clinical ACVIM classification - С 1, С2, С3, D Michele Borgarelli
Clinical classification of the Russian Society of Cardiology Andrey Komolov
A panel discussion
Thursday. 17 October 2019
A report on the DELAY study. Efficacy of a combination of benazepril and spironolactone (Cardalis) in asymptomatic patients with endocardiosis Michele Borgarelli
A report on the LOOK Study Michele Borgarelli
Analysis of the 2019 ACVIM consensus guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of myxomatous mitral valve disease in dogs Sonya G. Gordon
Optimum diuretic treatment. Management of a refractory patient Sonya G. Gordon
Surgical mitral valve repair options. An overview of publications on surgery with assisted circulation Sonya G. Gordon
Minimally invasive mitral valve surgery. Is it possible in veterinary medicine? Michele Borgarelli
A panel discussion
Friday. 18 October 2019
Patent ductus arteriosus. Classification, diagnosis, treatment, prognosis Sonya G. Gordon
Cardiorenal renocardiac syndrome. Pathophysiology Sonya G. Gordon
Arterial hypertensionу in dogs Sonya G. Gordon
Arterial hypertensionу in cats Sonya G. Gordon
Challenging clinical cases - reports by Russian speakers
The program is tentative and may be amended.
Wednesday. 16 October 2019
10:00-10:45 Intestinal bacteria and skin? Give me a break! Skin and intestinal microbiome and skin diseases- what is new? Lubov Nikolaeva
10:45-11:00 Q&A Lubov Nikolaeva
11:00-11:45 Interesting facts about something we often forget: are antibiotics really all very different? Elena Gerasimova
11:45-12:00 Q&A Elena Gerasimova
12:00-12:45 What am I treating? Is it a pyoderma or an allergy? Ekaterina Mendosa-Kuznetsova
12:45-13:00 Q&A Ekaterina Mendosa-Kuznetsova
13:00-14:30 LUNCH
14:30-15:15 Relapsing pyoderma - my approach to the problem Kerstin Bergvall
15:15-15:30 Q&A Kerstin Bergvall
15:30-16:15 Rational AB use in dermatology - why simply not to choose the most potent one? Kerstin Bergvall
16:15-16:30 Q&A Kerstin Bergvall
16:30-16:45 BREAK
16:45-17:45 Challenging clinical pyoderma cases from my practice Kerstin Bergvall
17:45-18:00 Q&A Kerstin Bergvall
Thursday. 17 October 2019
10:00-10:45 Malassezia - how much impact does it have in our derm practice? Kerstin Bergvall
10:45-11:00 Q&A Kerstin Bergvall
11:00-11:45 Genetic researches in veterinary dermatology - when can they help practitioners? Kerstin Bergvall
11:45-12:00 Q&A Kerstin Bergvall
12:00-12:45 How to become a clinical researcher in dermatology? Practical recommendations what to start from. Kerstin Bergvall
12:45-13:00 Q&A Kerstin Bergvall
13:00-14:30 LUNCH
14:30-15:15 A diet again? Is it really diagnostic? New data on food allergy and cross reaction in animals. Svetlana Belova
15:15-15:30 Q&A Svetlana Belova
15:30-16:15 What's new in otitis treatment? Elena Karyaeva
16:15-16:30 Q&A Elena Karyaeva
16:30-16:45 BREAK
16:45-17:45 Clinical cases from the practitioners
17:45-18:00 Q&A
Friday. 18 October 2019
10:00-10:45 The basic principles of genetic investigation in veterinary dermatology - when and how these researches are planned and performed? Kerstin Bergvall
10:45-11:00 Q&A Kerstin Bergvall
11:00-11:45 IgE specific blood level. Does it mean anything for our atopic patients? Kerstin Bergvall
11:45-12:00 Q&A Kerstin Bergvall
12:00-12:45 Rare skin diseases of dogs and cats from my practice Kerstin Bergvall
12:45-13:00 Q&A Kerstin Bergvall
13:00-14:30 LUNCH
14:30-15:15 Vasculopathies. What do we really need to check as a possible cause or trigger? Svetlana Belova
15:15-15:30 Q&A Svetlana Belova
15:30-16:15 Immunohistochemistry and other alien studies - are they still inaccessible for us? Do we really need them? Mariya Bondareva
16:15-16:30 Q&A Mariya Bondareva
16:30-16:45 BREAK
16:45-17:45 Oclacitinib vs. cyclosporin vs. lokivetmab. What else you can try using them for besides allergies. Ekaterina Mendosa-Kuznetsova
17:45-18:00 Q&A Ekaterina Mendosa-Kuznetsova
Day first
10.00-10.45 Canine and feline diabetes mellitus: the pathogenesis and the clinical signs Federico Fracassi
10.45-11.30 Canine and feline diabetes mellitus: diagnosis and treatment Federico Fracassi
11.30-11.45 Coffee break
11.45-12.30 Canine and feline diabetes mellitus: treatment and monitoring of the treatment Federico Fracassi
12.30-13.15 Diabetic cases Federico Fracassi
13.15-14.45 Lunch
14.45-15.30 The diabetic dog that does not respond to treatment Federico Fracassi
15.30-16.15 Diabetic ketoacidosis: pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment Federico Fracassi
16.15-16.45 Coffee break
16.45-17.30 Diabetic ketoacidosis: pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment (continued) Federico Fracassi
17.30-18.00 Clinical cases Federico Fracassi
Day second
10.00-10.45 Approach to the patient with polyuria and polydipsia Federico Fracassi
10.45-11.30 Discussion of clinical cases of polyuria and polydipsia Federico Fracassi
11.30-11.45 Coffee break
11.45-12.30 Pituitary dwarfism and other causes of failure to grow Federico Fracassi
12.30-13.15 Canine acromegaly Federico Fracassi
13.15-14.30 Lunch
14.30-15.15 Multiple endocrine disorders Federico Fracassi
15.15-16.00 Difficult endocrinology clinical cases Federico Fracassi
16.00-16.15 Coffee break
16.15-17.15 Canine and feline diabetes mellitus remission Maksim Belenson
17.15 -18.00 Interesting clinical cases Natalia Smirnova
Thursday. 17 October 2019
Interpretation of the red and white blood picture Reinhard Mischke
Friday. 18 October 2019
Bone marrow cytology Reinhard Mischke
Selected haematological cases Reinhard Mischke
Wednesday. 16 October 2019
Acute kidney injury: Because time is of the essence Leo Londono
Renal Biomarkers: Searching for the kidney troponin Leo Londono
Fluid therapy in the renal patient: When fluids become nephrotoxic Leo Londono
Electrolyte and acid-base management in the renal patient Leo Londono
Hemodialysis from a criticalist's perspective Leo Londono
Thursday. 17 October 2019
Acute on chronic kidney disease: Management of CKD in the ICU Leo Londono
Systemic consequences of renal proteinuria and glomerulonephritis Leo Londono
Understanding therapeutic plasma exchange (TPE) and hemoperfusion purification techniques Leo Londono
Uroabdomen: Pre-surgical management Leo Londono
Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease: What is the evidence for what we do? Leo Londono
Day first
Controlling female reproduction with progestogens: how historical abuse of these drugs can be turned into safe clinical use Stefano Romagnoli
Usual and unusual clinical uses of aglepristone and deslorelin in bitches and queens Stefano Romagnoli
Clinical use of prostaglandins, aromatase inhibitors, estrogens, antiestrogens, gonadotropins and corticosteroids in small animal reproduction Stefano Romagnoli
Diseases of the mammary gland in male and female dogs and cats Stefano Romagnoli
Control of mammary function in dogs and cats Stefano Romagnoli
Day second

Day 2 sessions will cover reproductive system diseases in conjunction with allied disciplines and will be useful and interesting not only for specialists in reproduction, but also for general practitioners and specialists in allied disciplines.

Professor Romagnoli will speak in detail about frequent pathologies (urinary incontinence in adult dogs and mammary neoplasia in bitches and queens). He will speak about advanced methods of treatment and follow up of such patients, will present modern medical and surgical treatment options, review clinical cases.

Reproduction meets Urology: medical treatment of canine urinary incontinence. Weakening of the urethral sphincter following spaying/castration in adult dogs; incidence, diff.diagnosis; medical treatment; medical vs surgical treatment. Case examples Stefano Romagnoli
Reproduction meets Oncology: treatment and follow up of patients with mammary neoplasia. Hormonal control; risk factors, pathogenesis and clinical findings. Peculiarities of feline m.neoplasia; surgical treatment, cyclophosphamide; prognosis; c.examples Stefano Romagnoli
Clinical cases