If you're unable to obtain a sample in the clinic, have your client get it at home.
Orville Redenbacher probably never imagined this method of at-home urine sample collection.
Veterinary radiologist Dr. Wm Tod Drost answers questions from CVC attendees about using ultrasonography to collect fine-needle aspirates and biopsy samples.
A veterinary oncologist's inspiration for a campaign to detect cancer earlier and save more lives.
If you have access to this advanced imaging technology, use it to its full advantage by having it to guide you to exactly what you want to sample.
Dr. Miller's argument on why veterinary technicians should be called "nurses."
Prognosis is variable, and consensus of opinion on treatment hasn't been reached, but good outcomes are possible with appropriate care.
A comparison of the results of a new in-house urinary dipstick with those of a veterinary commercial laboratory.
This procedural video shows Dr. Steven Swaim using this wound reconstruction technique to repair an area under a dog's eye.
Consider performing this reconstruction technique the next time you need to repair a square or rectangular wound and direct closure could result in the distortion of a body structure—or when skin for closure is only available on one side of the wound.
Dr. Steven Swaim provides an overview of the various methods to correct this artifact that may arise when placing transposition flaps.