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DARthroplasty
Practical Matters: Early screening and the role of DARthroplasty as an intervention in young dogs with hip dysplasia; December, pp 642-646.

Degenerative joint disease
Osteoarthritis in cats: What we now know about recognition and treatment; November, pp 611-616.

Dehydration
Practical Matters: Identifying dehydration in puppies and kittens; August, p 431.

Demodicosis
Canine and feline demodicosis; August, pp 444-461.

Client information sheet: Demodicosis in dogs; August, p 451.

Client consent form: Ivermectin for the treatment of demodicosis; August, p 455.

Kudos and a Demodex species mite treatment update (Savell, C.); November, p 593.

Dental Corner
Dental Corner: Dental fracture treatment options in dogs and cats; July, pp 363-371.

Dental fractures
Dental Corner: Dental fracture treatment options in dogs and cats; July, pp 363-371.

Dentistry
Dental Corner: Dental fracture treatment options in dogs and cats; July, pp 363-371.

Just Ask the Expert: Daniel T. Carmichael, DVM, DAVDC; September, p 477.

Dermatology
A challenging case: Glucagonoma-associated superficial necrolytic dermatitis in a dog; March, pp 146-153.

A busy clinician’s review of cyclosporine; May, pp 266-274.

Slideshow: Cytology sample interpretation; June, p 291.

Cutaneous cytology: A quick review of an indispensable test; June (suppl.), pp 20-21.

Canine and feline demodicosis; August, pp 444-461.

Client information sheet: Demodicosis in dogs; August, p 451.

Client consent form: Ivermectin for the treatment of demodicosis; August, p 455.

Diabetes mellitus
Don’t overlook these 4 noteworthy advances in endocrinology; June (suppl.), pp 16-18.

Video: Insulin availability: Our latest options; December, p 633.

Diagnostic procedures
Video: Performing a neurologic examination; January, p 7.
Part 1: Observation, palpation, and postural reactions
Part 2: Cranial nerve evaluation
Part 3: Spinal and cutaneous reflexes
Part 4: Assessing for pain

Video: Identifying dogs with leptospirosis; April, p 185.

Slideshow: Cytology sample interpretation; June, p 291.

Why fecal centrifugation is better; June (suppl.), pp 8-9.

10 simple but essential tests; June (suppl.), pp 10-14.

Cutaneous cytology: A quick review of an indispensable test; June (suppl.), pp 20-21.

The diagnostic approach to hematuria; July, pp 374-391.

Guidelines for evaluating hypercalcemic cats; July, pp 392-403.

Leading Off: Why the physical exam is still really necessary; October, pp 534-536.

Digital radiography
CVC Central 2008 Highlights: What to consider when considering digital radiography; December, pp 656-657.

Dysphoria
Video: Do cats become dysphoric when given opioids? December, p 633.

ECG recording
The indications and technique for continuous ambulatory electrocardiographic recording in dogs; January, pp 28-40.

Ectoparasites
ClinQuiz: Ectoparasites; August, pp 423-428.

Editors’ Guest
Editors’ Guest: Candidates’ pets can make a difference at the ballot box; November, p 590.

Editors’ Note
Our new home is your new online resource: dvm360.com; August, p 419.

Emergency medicine
Research Updates: Effect of the moon on emergency room visits; February, pp 79-80.

Endocrinology
Trilostane: A therapeutic consideration for canine hyperadrenocorticism; February, pp 104-117.

A challenging case: Glucagonoma-associated superficial necrolytic dermatitis in a dog; March, pp 146-153.

Updates on canine hypoadrenocorticism; June, pp 320-334.

Don’t overlook these 4 noteworthy advances in endocrinology; June (suppl.), pp 16-18.

Video: Insulin availability: Our latest options; December, p 633.

CVC Central 2008 Highlights: Managing atypical and critical cases of primary hypoadrenocorticism in dogs; December, pp 650-651.

Esophageal leiomyoma
A challenging case: Esophageal leiomyoma in a dog; November, pp 606-610.

Esophagus
A challenging case: Esophageal leiomyoma in a dog; November, pp 606-610.

Exotic-animal medicine
Clinical Exposures: Preovulatory stasis and dystocia in oviparous lizards; November, pp 595-598.

Famotidine
Have You Heard? Famotidine in cats: IV or SC? May, p 237.

Foxhounds
Video: Leishmaniasis in North American foxhounds; June, p 291.

Fungal disease
A review of selected systemic antifungal drugs for use in dogs and cats; January, pp 41-50.

Canine and feline histoplasmosis: A review of a widespread fungus; May, pp 248-264.

Gender
Video: Gender-specific behaviors in dogs and cats: A surprising difference; December, p 633.

Glucagonoma
A challenging case: Glucagonoma-associated superficial necrolytic dermatitis in a dog; March, pp 146-153.

Glucocorticoid deficiency
Updates on canine hypoadrenocorticism; June, pp 320-334.

CVC Central 2008 Highlights: Managing atypical and critical cases of primary hypoadrenocorticism in dogs; December, pp 650-651.

Grass
CVC Central 2008 Highlights: Why do dogs and cats eat grass? December, pp 648-649.

Have You Heard?
Squirrels can disguise themselves as snakes; January, p 7.

Toxoplasmosis and schizophrenia: A link? February, p 67.

Measuring cats’ activity levels; March, p 133.

How owners perceive their pets’ responses to chemotherapy; April, p 185.

Famotidine in cats: IV or SC? May, p 237.

Pimobendan vs. benazepril; August, p 417.

How man-made and natural noises affect bats’ foraging behavior; November, p 582.

A potential flu vaccine; December, p 633.

Heartworm disease
A guide to canine parasiticides; March (suppl.), pp 6-19. 

A guide to feline parasiticides; March (suppl.), pp 20-26.

Hematuria
The diagnostic approach to hematuria; July, pp 374-391.

Hemolysis
Have You Heard? Famotidine in cats: IV or SC? May, p 237.

Hip dysplasia
Practical Matters: Early screening and the role of DARthroplasty as an intervention in young dogs with hip dysplasia; December, pp 642-646.

Histoplasmosis
Canine and feline histoplasmosis: A review of a widespread fungus; May, pp 248-264.

Holter monitoring
The indications and technique for continuous ambulatory electrocardiographic recording in dogs; January, pp 28-40.

Hyperadrenocorticism
Trilostane: A therapeutic consideration for canine hyperadrenocorticism; February, pp 104-117.

Hypercalcemia
Guidelines for evaluating hypercalcemic cats; July, pp 392-403.

Hypertension
Video: Blood pressure measurement in cats; August, p 417.

Hypoadrenocorticism
Updates on canine hypoadrenocorticism; June, pp 320-334.

CVC Central 2008 Highlights: Managing atypical and critical cases of primary hypoadrenocorticism in dogs; December, pp 650-651.

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