Welcome to the Veterinary Pathology Forum:
This blog is intended to share information about veterinary pathology and is not affiliated with any organization or institution.
As far as the posts go, they have not been peer reviewed. The author(s) will from time to time posts things that interest them. Feel free to offer criticism or compliments in the comments.
If you would like to share something feel free to email me or post a comment.
The top menu bar includes all the original Pages, as well as the Categories of posts, and links to various documents of interest.
The right side column contains all the links organized as follows:
Archives– Links to the new companion website, designed to enable better searches of the material here and in all the linked websites, and with easily accessible photos and related documents from this site.
General Pathology– self explanatory
Histopath– self explanatory
Journals– Links to peer-reviewed journals that I find useful, some may require memberships to view full articles
Pathology– Gross Pathology is now listed here as well as websites specializing in particular species, ie Ferrets etc.
Reference– Everything about veterinary or human medicine, bacteriology, virology, parasitology etc.
Brian Caserto, DVM Dipl. ACVPTo contact the forum by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I just wanted to thank you for your hard work! I’m enjoying reading back through old cases and am subscribing to your feed as we speak.
Thank you for your time and effort!
Crystal (Ohio state vet 2011, path club co-pres)
Thanks Crystal, glad you enjoy it.
I have been working on a clinical pathology education website for Internal Medicine residents. Would you mind if I put a link to this site on ours. I would be happy to have pathology residents participate in the educatio site as well.
Of course, go right ahead! Thanks for visiting!
Good job with this forum. The pictures are great and it’s well organised. Congratulations.
Keep up the good work!!!
Hi, Brian this is a a very informative site, and helped me a lot in my studies. The way of presentation is fabulous. Carry on…. editing.
I’m a veterinary student from Portugal, I’m writting my master thesis about Thoraco-Lumbar Disc Disease, and I would like to know if some one could help me to find some microscopic images with:
– intervertebral disc with condroid methamorphosis, and;
– intervertebral disc with fibroid methamorphosis.
or in books, or in original fotos.
I’m really grateful to the people who help me.
hi i m sourabh from india.i m doing masters in veterinary pathology.this site is very helpful.here we all veterinarians can share information about our subjects n also can clear our basics n discuss various things like biopsy postmortems etc.so pls come n clear all doubts
Great site Brian, and congratulations on the letters after DVM.
Jen Dreyfus, your Madison host
Thanks Jen, I hope you and Travis are doing well.
I LOVE your site! I just discovered it and I can’t get enough. Thank you for putting it together. It’s a great resource!
I am not a vet, but I am a alpaca rancher. Would I be able to submit a necropsy on one of my animals for a discussion? Or would I need permission from the pathologist first?
I would like to get some opinions on the cause of death.
I have not yet posted anything not examined by myself, however I have received many requests to do so. I may add a category for these kinds of posts in the future. Why dont you email me at email@example.com and I can look at the pathologists report.
I just found your website and find it full of useful information that is well presented! I will send the info around to vet students that I teach (with your permission) and to my colleagues pathologists here in Latvia (I am ACVP diplomate who has fairly recently moved to Latvia). Thanks for excellent path forum!
Hi Ilze, thanks for visiting and for the kind words. Feel free to use the info, and the photos too with attribution.
I am doing Ph.D in vet pathology in IndiaThis is very excellent forum for all vet pathologist.It gives lot of information on cytology and other necropsy and clinical cases. Pictures are amazing. i learnt lot of histopathology and cytology from these pictures.carry on …………editing
Nice work..keep it up