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Sunday October 1st at 11 am Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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Jen Mahon DVM, DACVIM (small animal) will cover:
Top 5 Critical Care Presentations for NAVLE® Success, part 2: Feline
We'll review the basics of feline critical care presentations to help you succeed on the NAVLE® and BCSE. We will also go over classic cases that highlight common scenarios and ask "What Next?"

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NAVLE® Question of the day

September 28, 2023

A two-year-old male neutered domestic shorthair cat is presented after a suspected fall from a height of approximately 35 feet (over ten meters).

The cat is initially stabilized with intravenous fluids and oxygen therapy. Four hours later, the cat has not urinated and no urinary bladder is palpable.

An abdominal focused assessment with sonography for trauma, triage, and tracking (AFAST) reveals a moderate volume abdominal effusion, with no visible urinary bladder.

What test would confirm the top differential?

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