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Advanced diagnostic techniques

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In this article, Dr Fiona Froehlich MRCVS explains how advancements in diagnostics techniques are playing a big part in identifying the many underlying problems in avian patients that would not have been possible just a few years ago.

Veterinary medicine and diagnostic techniques have developed rapidly over the past 10 years. New technologies and procedures are often developed for human patients, before they are applied to cats, dogs and exotic animals.

Many of our avian patients present with unspecific symptoms like lethargy or weakness and further tests are needed to confirm the underlying cause before starting on the right treatment.

We now have more possibilities than ever to investigate clinical problems to help make a diagnosis as fast as possible.

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