Karen R. Munana, DVM, MS, DACVIMDepartment of Clinical Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC 27606 Filter by article type: AllProceedingsFeatureFormsPhoto articleStep-by-step FeaturesCE listingSponsoredInteractive CaseGalleryAudioQuizVideoInteractive FeatureDirectory listing Newer options for medically managing refractory canine epilepsyVETERINARY MEDICINE - Jul 01, 2009Seizures are the most common neurologic problem encountered in small-animal practice. Home care for cluster seizuresVETERINARY MEDICINE - Jul 01, 2009In addition to new drug options for refractory canine epilepsy, consider home treatment of cluster seizures to alleviate the need for repeated, costly emergency veterinary care. Take a practical approach to the management of seizures in dogs - Nov 01, 2004Owners should be made aware that once therapy is initiated, in most instances it is life-long, and that it is imperative that the AED imperative that the AED regular basis at regular basis at intervals. Hot topics on dvm360Pet Owner 2.0: A dvm360 Leadership Challenge Veterinary issues in 2016: Will this be the year of telemedicine? Top 8 nastiest things to clean at a veterinary practice The 12 days of veterinary client handouts Need a urine sample? Urine luck!