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Silke Salavati

Silke Salavati, PhD, Dip. ECVIM-CA, FHEA, FRCVS, Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies and The Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom

United Kingdom

Dr. Salavati graduated from the Justus Liebig University Giessen in Germany, and subsequently become a ECVIM diplomate. She has a particular interest in small animal gastroenterology – specifically gut immunology, probiotics, visceral pain and other mechanisms of chronic enteropathy. She is passionate about teaching under- and post-graduate students about these topics, as well as conducting and publishing original research in the field, and is currently Head of Small Animal Internal Medicine at the University of Edinburgh.

Contributions from Silke Salavati

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left lateral abdominal radiographs from an adult cat presented with acute vomiting and diagnosed with intestinal intussusception

Issue number33.2 Published 13/09/2023

How I approach The vomiting cat

Vomiting, alone or in combination with other clinical signs, is a common presenting complaint in cats; in this paper the authors share their recommendations for a systematic clinical approach for both acute and chronic vomiting cases.

By Ivan Montanes-Sancho and Silke Salavati