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Main Topic: Hepatic Lipidosis in Bearded Dragons
This week we chat about ‘fatty liver syndrome’ in bearded dragons. What is it, how do we diagnose and deal with it, and can we prevent it? Mark and Brendan also talk about the treatment options and discuss their effectiveness.
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Our podcast is for veterinarians, veterinary students and veterinary nurses/technicians. If you are at pet owner please search elsewhere – there are lots of great podcasts aimed specifically at pet owners.
The veterinary podcast about veterinary medicine and surgery, current news items of interest, case reports and anecdotes. Wait: It’s not all about veterinary matters! We also discuss other areas we are passionate about, including photography and wildlife. Thanks for joining us – Brendan and Mark.
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