• Alison Moores

    BVSc(Hons) CertSAS DipECVS FRCVS, RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Surgery (Soft Tissue), EBVS® European Specialist in Small Animal Surgery, Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists

    Alison graduated from the University of Bristol in 1996. She initially spent four years in first opinion practice. She completed a Junior Clinical Training Scholar (Internship) in 2000 and a three year Senior Clinical Training Scholarship (Residency) in Small Animal Surgery in 2004, both at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC). She was a Lecturer in Surgery at the RVC until 2007. She then worked in private referral practice in Surrey for 6 months before joining Anderson Moores Veterinary Specialists in 2008. She works as a specialist soft tissue surgeon, offering secondary and tertiary referrals in all disciplines of soft tissue surgery. Alison became a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Surgeons in 2005 and is an RCVS Recognised Specialist in Small Animal Surgery. As well as providing clinical services, Alison is actively involved in veterinary postgraduate certificate teaching and she is an examiner for several of the certificate qualifications available in the UK. She is the surgery program coordinator for the BSAVA Postgraduate Certificate in Small Animal Surgery and is a module leader for the RVC Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice. She is External Examiner at Edinburgh University and previously examiner for the RCVS Certificate in Small Animal Surgery examination. Alison lectures for a number of CPD providers in the UK, including BSAVA congress, BSAVA PGCertSAS, CPD Solutions and the Webinar Vet. She has lectured regularly in the Republic of Ireland, Denmark, Sweden and Finland, as well as in Hong Kong. She is a past Associate Editor of the Journal of Small Animal Practice and a past member of the BSAVA Education committee. She has also been Secretary and then President of the Association of Veterinary Soft Tissue Surgeons. Alison co-edited the second edition of the BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Wound Management and Reconstruction and has provided book chapters for the BSAVA Manual of Canine and Feline Wound Management and Reconstruction, the BSAVA Manual of Abdominal Surgery, Complications in Small Animal Surgery, Feline General and Soft Tissue Surgery, and the Textbook of Veterinary Surgical Nursing. She has published multiple clinical research papers. In 2019 Alison was made a Fellow of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons for meritorious contributions to clinical practice. Fellowship is the highest status of membership of the College and is awarded for outstanding contributions to the veterinary profession.

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    • 09:50 - 10:30 Imaging approach to urinary tract disorders. Foredragssponsor LABOKLIN

      This lecture will explain how to use plain and contrast radiographs, including IVU and retrograde studies, to diagnose common causes of urinary tract disease. Later lectures will explore radiography of the incontinent and obstructed dog and cat further. Other diagnostic tools, including ultrasound and cystoscopy will be considered. This lecture will also give a précis of the basic principles of cystotomy, including optimal suture material and patterns.

      11:00 - 11:40 Treatment of urinary incontinence. Foredragssponsor LABOKLIN

      This lecture will give further consideration to the interpretation of imaging and cystoscopy in diagnosing incontinence. Medical and surgical treatments of urethral sphincter mechanism incompetence, and open surgery vs. cystoscopic laser ablation of ectopic ureters, will be discussed.

      15:35 - 16:15 The blocked cat. Foredragssponsor LABOKLIN

      This lecture will give tips on how to unblock the obstructed male cat, how to avoid iatrogenic urethral rupture, and when to use urinary diversion techniques instead of surgery. Surgical options include perineal urethrostomy (PU) and what to do it if PU surgery fails.

    • 09:00 - 09:40 The urolith blocked dog

      This lecture will give further consideration to the interpretation of plain radiographs urethrograms in the blocked dog. Treatment options will include retrohydropropulsion to unblock the urethra, cystotomy to remove cystoliths and urethrotomy/urethrostomy if retrohydropropulsion fails.

      15:00 - 15:40 Feline ureteral obstruction

      Feline upper urinary tract obstruction is an increasingly recognised phenomenon in small animal practice with most obstructions being causes by calcium oxalate ureteroliths, and clinical signs often developing only when bilateral obstruction is seen or where a previously obstructed kidney is accompanied by a further contralateral obstruction. In this session medical, surgical and interventional options for management of this most challenging condition will be discussed. An explanation of the principles of ureteral bypass will be given.

      15:50 - 16:30 Case examples - mainly lower urinary tract trauma, neoplasia

      In this session the principles described in previous lectures will be discussed in relation to a number of case examples, drawing together medical, surgical and interventional management of urinary tract disorders (medical and surgical).

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