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A passion for veterinary neurology

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Our latest addition to the dvm360® editorial advisory board, Dr Antonio Bowens, shares what fuels his love for veterinary neurology

During this dvm360® interview, Antonio Bowens, DVM, veterinary neurology consultant for Bowens’ Locum Veterinary Neurology & Neurosurgery Services, and associate professor of practice (clinical neurology and neurosurgery) at the University of Arizona College of Medicine-Tucson, describes the aspects of veterinary neurology that interest him, plus why seeing patients thrive again makes it all worthwhile.

The following is a partial transcript of the video.

Antonio Bowens, DVM: I like the medicine and surgical aspect. I like both. I like the investigative approach, just trying to figure things out and trying to localize where the patient's problem is neuro-anatomically.

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