Neurology | Veterinary Medicine

ADVERTISEMENT

Neurology

source-image
VETTED: Jun 18, 2018
What new treatment protocols, formulations, food or drugs are now available or on the horizon to treat seizures—those coughs of the brain—in your veterinary patients?
 
VETTED: Jun 05, 2018
Seizures are largely unexpected, and largely scary to pet parents. This handout covers the how and why as well as what pet parents can do in the event of a seizure.
source-image
VETERINARY MEDICINE: May 25, 2018
Have these clinic handouts handy by your veterinary clinic's phones to keep everyone calm and carrying on with the best steps to ensure your patients receive the measures they need.
Apr 26, 2018
By dvm360.com staff
Whether it’s a tip for studying, saving money or just plain ol’ destressing, we want to hear and share them with fellow students like you!
source-image
VETERINARY MEDICINE: Jan 08, 2018
A recent study proposes the first-ever molecular model for the cause of rabies infection-associated behavior.
source-image
VETERINARY MEDICINE: Dec 06, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Dr. Andy Rollo examines his own debut into veterinary practice to pinpoint areas he wished he’d known more about before diving in.
 
VETTED: Nov 10, 2017
Old age isn't a disease. Let your veterinary clients' own aging dog help them see cognitive, pain and joint issues that can be helped.
source-image
VETERINARY MEDICINE: Oct 20, 2017
For starters, it can make you a veterinary detective/fortune teller/superhero who practices better medicine while making more money.
source-image
DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jun 13, 2017
EPA shift away from anticoagulant rodenticides means increased exposure to neurotoxin with no known antidote.
source-image
DVM360 MAGAZINE: May 13, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Labeling error leads to product withdrawal due to potential for patient harm.
source-image
VETERINARY MEDICINE: Apr 19, 2017
Score a touchdown with veterinary clients by getting affected dogs back safely on all fours with less monetary investment.
source-image
FIRSTLINE: Nov 16, 2016
Many people mistakenly think Doberman pinschers, which have stood alongside soldiers and police officers, aren’t in need of attention and affection. But being misunderstood isn’t the breed’s only dilemma. Here are five common Doberman pinscher problems veterinarians should know.
source-image
VETERINARY MEDICINE: Sep 28, 2016
The brain—a dense and intricate collection of neurons and glial cells that controls all things. When tumors invade—even the covering of the brain, the meninges—it seems an especially sinister form of cancer. The team at the University of Tennessee helped extend this dog's life by using the latest information on meningioma management.
source-image
VETERINARY MEDICINE: Aug 01, 2016
Without cold, hard lab numbers and clear scientific proof, diagnosing neurologic conditions in your veterinary patients can be tough to describe, and without owner buy-in, they can be tough to treat. However, a recent review provides a starting point for providing clients with objective evidence.
source-image
DVM360 MAGAZINE: Jun 03, 2016
By dvm360.com staff
A team from UC Davis helps a border collie recover after her skull was dislocated from her spine.