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Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

How veterinary medicine can save the world, Part 1: Curing disease

September 1, 2013

In the next few issues of dvm360, we're taking a close look at how veterinary medicine benefits people, not just animals. In this first installment, we meet a 'translational' (cross-species) researcher who's in the process of revolutionizing orthopedic medicine—for people and pets.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Today's Daily Dose: Feline osteoarthritis

March 28, 2011

Changes in behavior are a clinical sign of osteoarthritis in cats.

Source: DVM360 MAGAZINE

Osteoarthritis in the geriatric canine

July 1, 2009

Athens, Ga. — Osteoarthritis affects millions of dogs each year. Joint injuries can lead to the development of OA later in life.

Source: CVC IN BALTIMORE PROCEEDINGS

A rational approach to osteoarthritis management (Proceedings)

April 1, 2009

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a common problem in small animal medicine. It is estimated to affect 20% of the United States' canine population, translating to over 10 million dogs.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

Osteoarthritis in cats: What we now know

November 1, 2008

It appears to be more common than previously thought and could be a major cause of discomfort in senior cats.

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Obesity and osteoarthritis: Is there a link in cats?

November 1, 2008

As in dogs, obesity may contribute to osteoarthritis or the clinical manifestations of osteoarthritis in cats.

Source: VETERINARY MEDICINE

How do you use meloxicam in cats with osteoarthritis? (2:04)

November 1, 2008

Dr. Sheilah Robertson explains how to use this drug in cats with osteoarthritis.

Source: CVC IN SAN DIEGO PROCEEDINGS

Nonsurgical management of osteoarthritis and pain (Proceedings)

October 1, 2008

Degenerative joint disease or osteoarthritis is typically a progressive disorder that affects diarthrodial joints.

Source: CVC IN KANSAS CITY PROCEEDINGS

Osteoarthritis in cats (Proceedings)

August 1, 2008

The incidence of chronic pain in cats is not well documented but is associated with many conditions including osteoarthritis, cancer, interstitial cystitis, dental and gum disease and long-standing dermatitis and wounds.

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