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Pediatric/Geriatric Protocol
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Inhalant delivery offers alternatives to treating respiratory disease

October 1, 2006

Q Please review inhalant therapy in dogs and cats.

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Anorectal disease: Tumors best treated by complete surgical excision

September 1, 2006

Severe cases generally require both medical and surgical management.

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Cardiac therapy: New treatment modalities emerge

August 1, 2006

Dr. Bonnie K. Lefbom at the 2005 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Forum in Baltimore gave a lecture on sildenafil and novel cardiovascular therapies.

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Hot times, hot dog

July 1, 2006

Please review heat-illness problems in dogs.

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Cutaneous paraneoplastic disease: Sometimes prognosis remains poor

May 1, 2006

Please review inappropriate urination/cystitis in cats.

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Communication cornerstone to therapeutic success

April 1, 2006

Reduction in appetite indicates that the induction phase of therapy has been completed.

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Idiopathic cystitis: Recurrence rates can impact almost half of patients

March 1, 2006

Optimal medical care should include measuring BUN, serum creatinine and serum electrolytes daily.

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Hemangiosarcoma: Look for endothelial precursors as sign

February 1, 2006

Canine hemangiosarcoma (HSA) is an incurable tumor of vascular endothelial cells. HSA accounts for 7 percent of all cancers; thus, of the 65 million pet dogs living in the United States today, between 1.5 million and 2.5 million could get HSA and succumb to it. Although dogs of any age and breed are susceptible to HSA, it occurs more commonly in dogs beyond middle age and in breeds such as Golden Retrievers, German Shepherds, Portuguese Water Dogs and Skye Terriers. The estimated life-time risk of HSA in Golden Retrievers is one in five, illustrating the magnitude of this problem.

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Correcting polyuric disorder could put incontinence on hold

January 1, 2006

Q. Please review urinary incontinence in dogs.

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