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Pediatric/Geriatric Protocol
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Ultrasonography best to assess character, consistency of renal parenchyma

April 1, 2002

Q. Renomegaly is often seen in older cats. What are the differential considerations?

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Natural aging can have direct and indirect effect on behavior

March 1, 2002

Q: Could you review some neurologic diseases of the older dog?

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Hypoadrenocorticism: Slow heart rate, circulatory shock heightens suspicion

March 1, 2002

Could you review hypoadrenocorticism in young dogs?

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Ask questions when dog presents for mismate management

January 1, 2002

Q. Could you provide a practical review on mismate management of dogs?

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Options exist for management of tracheobronchial disease

December 1, 2001

Q: Could you provide a practical review of drugs used in the clinical management of tracheobronchial disease in older dogs and cats?

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Hyperthyroidism: Cats can Live a Normal Life

September 1, 2001

Q: I have been managing several older cats with hyperthyroidism. Please provide some practical updated information about feline hyperthyroidism.

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FIP: Research can explain correlation between high titers, poor prognosis

August 1, 2001

Q It seems like I have been diagnosing an increasing number of cases of feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). Is the incidence of feline infectious peritonitis on the increase? Are laboratory tests useful?

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Monitor serum concentrations of triglyceride or cholesterol for hyperlipidemia

July 1, 2001

Q I have been seeing a 14-year-old dog that although seemingly healthy has had repeated serum triglyceride concentrations of 1200 mg/dl. Should I be concerned? What should I do?

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DVMs can help clients understand behaviors during, after delivery

June 1, 2001

Q I see a few novice pedigree dog breeders in my practice. Please provide a concise review about natural delivery of puppies and information that these novice breeders could benefit from reading.

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