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Medical Problems That Look Like Behavior Problems

Medical Problems That Look Like Behavior Problems

Medical Problems That Look Like Behavior Problems

E'Lise Christensen Bell, DVM, DACVB
E'Lise Christensen Bell, DVM, DACVB
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Launch date: 29 Jun 2015
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Last updated: 27 Oct 2020

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Dr Phillip Dilts (31 Dec 2017)
Very informative and practical.
Ms candice gallart lvt (12 May 2017)
excellent ce
Alexandra Beall (9 Apr 2017)
This is something that is very good to make sure that both the veterinary team and behaviorists keep thinking about as we try to help the animals in our lives.

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Description

Although many problem behaviors reported by pet owners are just that - behavioral issues requiring behavior modification interventions, there are a variety of disorders that do have an underlying medical problem as their basis or cause.

Join us in this session and learn about various medical problems that may present as behavior problems, and the appropriate work-up for these patients.

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Objectives
Learn about various medical problems that may present as behavior problems, and the appropriate work-up for these patients.
E'Lise Christensen Bell, DVM, DACVB

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E'Lise Christensen Bell, DVM, DACVB
on behalf of VetVine

Dr. E'Lise Christensen DVM is a board-certified veterinary behaviorist and an international lecturer and author.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • AAVSB-Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE)
  • 1.00 Hours -
    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 70
  • New York State Board of Veterinary Medical Examiners
  • 1.00 Hours

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User Reviews (82)

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Dr Phillip Dilts (31 Dec 2017)
Very informative and practical.
Ms candice gallart lvt (12 May 2017)
excellent ce
Alexandra Beall (9 Apr 2017)
This is something that is very good to make sure that both the veterinary team and behaviorists keep thinking about as we try to help the animals in our lives.
Dr Andrew Waymire DVM (6 Apr 2017)
A little general, but good information. Very intro-level.
Ms Molly Minnis (4 Apr 2017)
Informative and held my attention very well.
Ms Stephanie Alves RVT (2 Apr 2017)
Very interesting!
Dr Lisa Allen (31 Mar 2017)
Thanks so much for this interesting presentation!
sydney crump (30 Mar 2017)
Very informational
Dr Kevin Corr (26 Mar 2017)
Good general overview of rule outs for illness underlying behavior changes
Mrs Trisha Souther CVT (26 Mar 2017)
This presentation was very informative and helpful.
Dr Julie Ann Martin (24 Mar 2017)
Very applicable information in my every day practice.
Dr Linsey Friske (18 Mar 2017)
Thank you
Dr Mary Wagner (15 Mar 2017)
Good review of how behavior changes can co exist with medical issues.
Mrs Amanda Allsup (9 Mar 2017)
Good course, covered a lot.
Mrs Carol Creamer CPDT-KA, CTDI (9 Mar 2017)
Good topic but too much info squeezed into short lesson--could have gone into more detail if had more time.
Mrs Antonia Schwab RVT (2 Mar 2017)
Coming from a small animal practice, this lecture was very informing, and went above and beyond what I expected.
Dr Jeanne Klafin DVM (1 Mar 2017)
Good, thorough course.
Dr Amy Stillwell-Graiff CVA (23 Feb 2017)
Nice review, thank you!
Dr Rachelle Reid (21 Feb 2017)
Good basic course.
Miss Christina Knapp LVT (21 Feb 2017)
Great information
Ms Michelle Riebe (20 Feb 2017)
This is a great course. It gives you a starting point on what questions to ask the owner to discuss the problems they are having.
Dr erin fassett dvm (20 Feb 2017)
Information presented was helpful when ruling our medical vs behavioral problems.
Ms Emily Croson (17 Feb 2017)
very informative
Dr Don Ronaghan (14 Feb 2017)
Informative, well presented
Miss Tracy Gregg RVT/CVT (14 Feb 2017)
Very good overview of behavioral issues with underlying medical reasons possibly at the cause.
Dr Cecele Mullen DVM (12 Feb 2017)
This session gave me a few more things to think about that I can use tomorrow.
Miss Katherine Charest (7 Feb 2017)
This was a very informative CE session and reminder about all of the possible underlying medical conditions that may present as behavior problems.
Dr Kellie Horton (6 Feb 2017)
Great lecture.
Ms Crystal Schmiesing RVT (27 Jan 2017)
Very good course information - will help to better explain to clients.
Mrs Emily Auld CVT (26 Jan 2017)
Very informative and helpful.
Dr Jocelyn Liu (25 Jan 2017)
Great reminder to think about potential medical concerns before assuming behavioural.
Dr Stephanie Downes (20 Jan 2017)
Good refresher
Ms Elizabeth Ball LVT (20 Jan 2017)
Very poor speaker: too many "ums". Slides boring: on view for too long. NEEDS FAST-FORWARD. Material self-evident - too rudimentary.
Dr Krista Wilhelm DVM (19 Jan 2017)
informative
Dr Sarah Hicks (19 Jan 2017)
Very helpful. A good reminder not to just cast signs aside as behavior.
Dr Dorian Sylvestre DVM, BSC (18 Jan 2017)
great speaker, well done
Dr Suzanne Slagel (17 Jan 2017)
informative
Ms Kristine Klimovitch RVT (15 Jan 2017)
Very informative
Dr Mark Lerman DVM (13 Jan 2017)
Clear and useful
Ms Emily Benz CVT (12 Jan 2017)
Very informative! Was interesting and easily followed.
Dr Jacqueline Zdziarski-West DVM (11 Jan 2017)
This presentation was very basic. A case presentation format would have allowed a more thorough discussion and review of the differential list.
Dr Michael Henning (9 Jan 2017)
I think the presentation was very broad and basically said the same thing for every condition. Case presentations may be a better way to go over this subject.
Miss Brittany Zinke (7 Jan 2017)
Great refresher coarse, and learned about new behavioral traits that I can asses at work.
Dr Bijula Yusin (6 Jan 2017)
Excellent course. I learned a few new things.
Dr Rambabu Sambangi DVM (6 Jan 2017)
Good information
Dr Joan Ludwigson DVM (4 Jan 2017)
good review...learned a few new things
Dr Jeannette Molina DVM (4 Jan 2017)
Great lecture. Lots of good information.
Dr John Hermann (1 Jan 2017)
very informative
Dr Julia Roach DVM (1 Jan 2017)
Great!
Dr Polly Thibault DVM (31 Dec 2016)
This was a very interesting subject and great reiview
Dr Michael Fixler (30 Dec 2016)
very infomrative
Mr Rasika Karandana (30 Dec 2016)
very useful area.
Dr Cynthia Reed CVT, MD (29 Dec 2016)
Great talk!
Dr Joann Fontaine (29 Dec 2016)
Once informative and well presented.
Dr Terezie Goedde-Stanberry DVM (29 Dec 2016)
Nice that the doctor organized this issue so well.
Dr Tiffany Halvorson Dvm (28 Dec 2016)
Was a good summary of behavior and medical conditions that can cause behavior change
Dr Mary Cho (27 Dec 2016)
Contents was good but too many "you know" were heard.
Mr Thomas Hall LVT (26 Dec 2016)
very informative
Dr Faith Navarro DVM (21 Dec 2016)
I enjoyed it. Would love ones like this with more depth on the diagnostics and treatments for the behavior part too.
Dr anne Little DR (20 Dec 2016)
good presentation
Mr Steve Schwertfeger (20 Dec 2016)
very interesting, but the sound was a little muffled at times.
Dr Alanna Miller DVM (20 Dec 2016)
Informative course.
Dr Eric Cryan D.V.M. (18 Dec 2016)
Enjoyed the lecture
Ms Stephanie Pollen CVT (17 Dec 2016)
Great info
Dr Lori Flanagan (14 Dec 2016)
Good review material.
Dr Mark Larson DVM (13 Dec 2016)
great
Mrs Steph Mann RVN, GCTLT, RAT, NCEq (12 Dec 2016)
Excellent content, however the assessment questions are not all well written. All or None of the above should not be options.
Mrs roxann lengel cvt (11 Dec 2016)
enjoyed class
Dr McLean Gunderson DVM (9 Dec 2016)
I enjoyed this very much... presented useful information in a straight-forward manner.
Mr Scott Ladd (9 Dec 2016)
I thoroughly enjoyed this presentation. It was informative and comprehensive and applies a great deal to my practice as a CVT. Thank you!
Miss Karen Ramirez (9 Dec 2016)
Great presentation
Dr Deborah Rotman DVM (8 Dec 2016)
While it did try to cover a lot of topics in an hour, it was a very interesting approach, and useful for small animal clinicians to keep in mind to rule out before referring for behavior issues. Thank you.
Dr Robert Herath DVM (6 Dec 2016)
very well done, but not really deep for veterinarians
Dr Randi Jandt DVM (5 Dec 2016)
Found the discussion comprehensive but very general in nature. Specific case examples would help. Not necessary to read the list of items on a slide.
Dr Lynn Roberts DVM (1 Dec 2016)
Enjoyed this continuing education video
Dr Sharon Mbindyo (30 Nov 2016)
Very informative and current
Ms Holly Killian CVT (30 Nov 2016)
Great lecture for learning to distinguish between genuine behavior problems vs. medical problems.
Dr Daniel Hendrix DVM (29 Nov 2016)
Good basic overview.
Mrs Laura Taylor CVT (27 Nov 2016)
Very helpful info
Dr Jo ALLRICH (15 Nov 2016)
4 stars
Dr Shelly Rodewald (29 Oct 2016)
Very well organized and well spoken lecturer.
Dr Christie Kelley (20 Oct 2016)
Very informative talk. Good reminders for differentials to keep in mind regarding medical conditions that present with behavior signs. One frustrating point, however, was the speaker's continual mispronounciation of veterinarian as "vetra"narian.

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