Amy L. Johnson, DVM, DACVIM (LAIM & Neurology)
Serological tests for equine protozoal myeloencephalitis (EPM) and Lyme disease are probably the most commonly submitted tests for horses with neurologic disease, gait deficits, or poor performance. Whether these ancillary tests are helpful or misleading depends on the veterinarian’s ability to interpret results accurately, with consideration of the specifics of the case.
This two-part course consists of one proceedings paper and the accompanying 2019 AAEP Convention presentation. The video has been split into two parts for ease of download and viewing; as one video part concludes, the next will unlock.
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|How to Use and Interpret Serological Tests for EPM and Lyme Disease||00:40:45|
|View Presentation, Part 1||00:08:00|
|View Presentation, Part 2||00:12:45|
|Read the paper from the 2019 AAEP Convention Proceedings||00:20:00|
|Pass the quiz to earn CE credit|