Is there a difference in the presence and occurrence of oral lesions in domestic and non-domestic felids? And what proportion of oral lesions in captive, non-domestic felids are odontogenic?
Have you ever wondered if there is a difference in the occurrence of oral lesions in domestic and non-domestic felids? Or whether papilloma is more predominant in cougars or leopards? Does a tiger with a toothache suggest a lesion or a cyst?
Join the pathologists of NationWide Laboratories as they dive into the latest veterinary literature looking for and breaking down research gems that will help you up your pathology game.
For this edition of the Journal Club, Dr Marvin Firth, BVSc (Hons), DipRCPath, DipFMS, AFHEA, MRSB, MRCVS, breaks down research conducted by Scott et al. (2020) on oral lesions in captive, non-domestic felids, with a focus on odontogenic lesions.