University of Cambridge, UK
Ocular squamous cell carcinoma
Anna qualified from the Royal Veterinary College in 2004 with distinction in Equine Studies and the equine elective medal. After a short stint in mixed practice, she returned to the RVC for an internship and then completed specialist training in internal medicine at the world-renowned New Bolton Centre, USA.
After working on the Curragh in Ireland, she joined a busy equine practice in Berkshire as an internal medicine consultant. After working at the Animal Health Trust for several years, Anna joined Cambridge Equine Hospital as the Director of Equine Services in 2020. Anna was awarded the Diploma of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2009, was recognised as a European specialist in 2014, and has been an examiner for both the American and European Colleges of Equine Internal Medicine.
Anna has published widely in the field of equine internal medicine and oncology in scientific journals and veterinary textbooks and has lectured both nationally and internationally on these topics.
Testis: neoplasia - seminoma
Pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID)
Abdomen: lipoma - pedunculated
Gastrointestinal: neoplasia - melanoma
Eye: squamous cell carcinoma
Eye: neoplasia - melanoma
Eye: neoplasia - sarcoid
Orbit: neoplasia - primary
Skin: neoplasia - squamous cell carcinoma
Skin: neoplasia - lymphosarcoma
Skin: neoplasia - mast cell tumor
Skin: fibroma / fibrosarcoma
Skin: neoplasia - melanoma
Eye: neoplasia - overview
Kidney: renal carcinoma
Penis: squamous cell carcinoma
Endocrine: multiple endocrine neoplasia syndrome
Parotid / guttural pouch: melanoma
Ovary: neoplasia - overview
Uveitis: anterior - neoplasia-induced
Neoplasia: paraneoplastic syndrome
Tumor: TNM staging
Nasal cavity: neoplasia - overview
Testis: neoplasia - overview
Cytology: fine needle aspirate
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