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University of Glasgow, UK
Pre-trilostane cortisol monitoring
Tibia: neoplasia - radiograph CrCd
Tibia: neoplasia - radiograph lateral
Ascites 04: whole cat
Calicivirus infection: palatine ulcer
Professor Ian Ramsey graduated from the University of Liverpool and gained his PhD from the University of Glasgow.
He gained both the UK and European Diplomas in Small Animal Medicine at the University of Cambridge and is a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and European Recognized Specialist in Small Animal Medicine.
He returned to Glasgow University in 1998 where he has been the Professor of Small Animal Medicine since 2009. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2016.
Ian has lectured extensively both nationally and internationally and has published nearly 100 scientific papers, review articles and book chapters in many aspects of small animal medicine but his main interest is in endocrinology. He was awarded the BSAVA Woodrow Award for contributions to small animal medicine in 2015 and has served on the Board of BSAVA Trustees since 2016, becoming President in May 2020.
Published (Peer Reviewed Original Articles and Peer Reviewed Invited Academic Reviews)
Ringworm: periorbital region
Ocular and nasal discharge
Mesentery: miliary metastases - pathology
Pancreas: adenocarcinoma - pathology
Squamous cell carcinoma: nose 02
Dermatitis: flea allergic
Cat flea 02
Ringworm: face 02
Oropharyngeal swab for respiratory virus
Skin: mycobacterial infection - leprosy 02
Calicivirus infection: severe
Ptyalism in a kitten with a portosystemic shunt
Eye: anterior uveitis - due to FIP 01
Mouth: gingivitis - hyperplastic plasmacytic
Lung: cowpox pneumonia - radiograph lateral
Skin: cow pox infection
Ventral alopecia - hyperadrenocorticism
Cytology: Mycoplasma haemofelis 03
Pneumocystis carinii: lateral thoracic radiograph
Pneumocystis carinii: CKCS
Pneumocystis carinii: pathology EM
Pneumocystis carinii: pathology 02
Pneumocystis carinii: pathology 01
Hyperthyroidism: radio-iodine treatment
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