What are neoplasms in pets?
The Professional Master’s Degree Small Animal Dermatology of TECH trains professionals to diagnose the type of neoplasms in pets and their treatment
Tumours or neoplasms are abnormal proliferations of tissues that start spontaneously, usually with progressive growth, without the ability to reach a defined limit, however, they can have a benign (benign tumour) or malignant (malignant tumour called cancer) behaviour. The Professional Master’s Degree Small Animal Dermatology explain the causes of this condition, which can appear in and from any tissue, so it can be found in any part of the animal and can be classified according to where it comes from.
In this way, this can be found if the pet shows the following symptoms: the presence of any increase in volume or mass that alters the harmony of the tissue, ulcerated or scabbed wounds that do not heal, anorexia, weight loss, depression, inactivity, vomiting, diarrhoea, pain during defecation, fever, dysphagia, cough, among others. It is also common in animals with the incidence increasing with age and in case they are malignant, the most common types of cancer are skin, breast, head and neck, lymphoma, testicular, abdominal, and bone tumours.
Considering the above, the veterinarian can implement therapy according to the type, behaviour, and the location of the tumour, there are several treatments available, surgical, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy. Many times, more than one treatment is used at the same time and with this a total cure of the problem is achieved in some cases, in others a partial reduction of the tumour and in patients with malignant neoplasms with poor prognosis improve their quality of life.
Professional Master’s Degree Small Animal Dermatology
TECH Technological University created this master’s degree because dermatology is the most frequent specialty within veterinary medicine in daily clinical practice, which handles diagnosing and treating allergic diseases of the skin, ears, hair, nails, hooves, and mouth of animals. Therefore, it is important the role of an expert in this area to care for their patients using the proper instruments and resources.
In this way, students will get advanced and practical knowledge about different dermatological diseases in dogs, cats, and other non-traditional companion animal species. In addition, they will have access to exclusive material, theoretical lessons, graphic and schematic content, practical exercises, expert feedback, networking, and forums.
The content structures are divided into ten modules and treat topics such as the skin as an organ,
characteristics and diagnostic approach, endocrine, metabolic, nutritional, and congenital dermatoses, non-Inflammatory alopecia, cutaneous dysbiosis, microbiome disorders: Bacteria and Fungi, keratinization disorders, psychogenic dermatoses, parasitic dermatoses, cutaneous neoplasms, and paraneoplasms, allergic dermatoses, external ear, eyelids, nails, anal area, nasal bridge, among others.
The Professional Master’s Degree Small Animal Dermatology of TECH is developed entirely online. During the 12 months of training, the student has access to the program’s contents at any time and from any device, allowing them to self-manage the study time with maximum flexibility and adapt to each student’s schedule.
It has its own learning method, ‘Re-Learning’, based on asynchrony and self-management. The contents are presented in an attractive and dynamic way in multimedia capsules that include audio, videos, images, diagrams, and conceptual maps to corroborate knowledge.
TECH Technological University
TECH Technological University, the world’s largest university, is also the official online university of the NBA (National Basketball Association) in Latin America. It belongs to the TECH educational group, a Spanish-owned multinational recognized by the Financial Times as one of the 200 fastest-growing companies in Europe. The company, founded and directed by Manuel Sánchez-Cascado de Fuentes, has also been considered the most highly valued Spanish technology company in the last 15 years.
Thanks to its fully digital learning system, it supplies training to students from anywhere in the world. An international trajectory has allowed it to become a benchmark in distance learning, with a catalogue of over 10,000 programs, over 100,000 new students each year, and 500,000 graduates from over 150 countries.
Specialized highly qualified postgraduate programs, they offer their students the best training programs at an international level, being leaders in employability with 99% of their students working in the first twelve months, according to data from the consulting firm KPMG.