Feline herpes virus infections are a common cause of eye problems in the cat. Affected cats exhibit a wide range of clinical signs with some even showing no clinical signs! There are many diagnostic tests available, but how do you select the most appropriate one? Dr Izak Venter will present a seminar on feline herpes virus infections and glaucoma in the dog and cat, where he will cover the basics of the disease and then present treatment options, including the latest, cutting edge developments.
Dr Izak Venter graduated as a veterinarian from the Onderstepoort Veterinary Faculty,
Pretoria University (South Africa). Having a special interest in ophthalmology, Dr
Venter obtained his M.Med.Vet (Ophth) degree and qualified as a Veterinary Specialist
Practitioner (Ophthalmology) in South Africa. In 1996, he co-founded the
Johannesburg and Cape Animal Eye Hospitals, a referral veterinary practice dedicated
to the diagnosis and treatment of animal eye disease. Whilst dogs, cats and horses
comprise the majority of his patients, Dr Venter has great expertise in treating several
other species including, birds, cheetahs, elephants, lions, rhinos, snakes, and tigers. Dr
Venter lectures at the Onderstepoort Veterinary Faculty, Pretoria University, and trains
undergraduate and postgraduate veterinary students. Dr Venter and his colleagues have been coming to Wanchai Animal Hospital two to three times a year for the last fifteen years to see referral eye cases.
When Dr Venter is not seeing eye cases, he is busy playing the guitar or cooking up a storm in the kitchen!
|Date:||7 November 2016 (Monday)|
|Time:||8 pm to 10 pm|
(Light snacks avaliable from 7pm)
|Venue:||Multi-function Room 8210, 8/F, Lau Ming Wai Academic Building (AC3)|
City University of Hong Kong
Nurses, Assistants and Students: HKD175
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