may, 2022

12may6:30 pm8:00 pmOrange County Chapter Meeting- A Case Based Approach to Canine Chronic Enteropathy and Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseCanine Chronic Enteropathy and IBD

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A Case Based Approach to Canine Chronic Enteropathy and Inflammatory Bowel Disease

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Approved for one hour California statutory CEU

  • Objective statement:
    • To understand the etiology and pathophysiology of canine chronic enteropathy (CE)/inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
    • To review the clinical presentation of Canine CE and how to integrate diagnostic testing and imaging in the diagnostic work-up
    • To introduce the veterinary professional to a novel CE/IBD assay that facilitates testing and monitoring for CE/IBD
    • To review clinical case examples that illustrate the application and interpretation of the novel canine CE/IBD assay
    • To provide guidance in responding to commonly asked questions about CE/IBD

Philip Bosse, DVM
Philip was born and raised in the coastal plains region of North Carolina where he discovered his passion for science and, at an early age, decided to pursue veterinary medicine. He obtained his Bachelor of Science in Animal Science from North Carolina State University while also starting his career as a kennel assistant. Additionally, he became an assistant in a microbiology lab on the veterinary college campus while in undergraduate studies. He learned the fundamentals of research and met many of his soon-to-be mentors. He completed his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree at NC State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. Immediately following graduation, Dr. Bosse completed a Small Animal Rotating Internship at VCA’s Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center in Norwalk, CT. This granted him invaluable experience and mentorship in multiple disciplines within internal
medicine, emergency, and surgery. Dr. Bosse moved west to the San Francisco Bay area of northern California, where he honed his skills as a small animal veterinarian and diagnostician. He has greatly benefited throughout his time here by having been a long-time associate veterinarian at a DACVIM-owned practice and working closely with specialists of
many disciplines in the area. When not practicing medicine, Philip enjoys spending time outside hiking, fishing, and playing beach volleyball.




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