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2009 Subjects G-M
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Gabapentin
Newer options for medically managing refractory canine epilepsy; July, pp 342-348.

Gallbladder
An update on gallbladder mucoceles in dogs; April, pp 169-176.

Research Updates: Outlining the characteristics of gallbladder disease in dogs; August, p 375.

Geriatrics
Hot Literature: Updated guidelines for the optimal care of senior cats; July, p 335.

Glucocorticoids
Hot Literature: Exploring the use and effects of glucocorticoids in cats; March, p 121.

Greyhounds
Research Updates: The most prevalent diseases and major causes of death in retired racing greyhounds; May, p 236.

Have You Heard?
The importance of communication in the exam room; January, p 9.

More sleep = fewer parasites; February, p 61.

Scrutinizing in-clinic bacterial culture practices; March, p 113.

Aggression begets aggression; April, p 163.

Soy's anticancer effects; May, p 223.

The protective power of the nose; June, p 273.

With MRSA, it's share and share alike; July, p 319.

What's in a purr? August, p 363.

Why some dogs are short and stocky; September, p 405.

Monkey music; October, p 450.

Radiating opinions; November, p 494.

Heartworm disease
Just Ask the Expert: Dr. Kevin R. Kazacos; March (suppl.), p 6.

Hemophilia
Clinical Exposures: Hemophilia A in a Maltese dog; November, pp 504-505.

Hepatitis
Hot Literature: Does ascites affect survival time in dogs with chronic hepatitis? March, p 120.

Hospital safety
Have You Heard? Scrutinizing in-clinic bacterial culture practices; March, p 113.

Hot Literature
New Bartonella species isolated in people and sheep; March, p 120.

Does ascites affect survival time in dogs with chronic hepatitis? March, p 120.

Exploring the use and effects of glucocorticoids in cats; March, p 121.

Using renal tubular enzymes to identify renal damage earlier; March, p 121.

A risky side to our attachment to pets? July, p 334.

Everything you ever wanted to know about uroliths in dogs; July, p 335.

Updated guidelines for the optimal care of senior cats; July, p 335.

Hyperadrenocorticism
Video: Trilostane dosing and monitoring recommendations; February, p 61.

ClinQuiz: Interpreting low-dose dexamethasone suppression test results; February, pp 67-70.

Hypercalcemia
Identifying and treating anal sac adenocarcinoma in dogs; February, pp 74-81.

A challenging case: Severe hypercalcemia in a puppy with hypoadrenocorticism; March, pp 126-129.

A challenging case: Primary hyperparathyroidism in a dog; August, pp 377-382.

Hyperparathyroidism
A challenging case: Primary hyperparathyroidism in a dog; August, pp 377-382.

Hypoadrenocorticism
A challenging case: Severe hypercalcemia in a puppy with hypoadrenocorticism; March, pp 126-129.

Hypotonic water
Research Updates: Is hypotonic water effective as an adjuvant therapy for canine mast cell tumors? January, p 18.

Idiopathic cystitis
CVC Highlight: How to think outside the litter box: Managing cats with nonobstructive idiopathic interstitial cystitis; December, pp 568-569.

Idiopathic FLUTD
Nonobstructive idiopathic feline lower urinary tract disease: How to approach a puzzling disorder; February, pp 84-94.

Imaging
Digital radiography equipment: Exploring your options; April, pp 179-181.

A challenging case: Abdominal effusion in a dog; May, pp 244-247.

Video: How to avoid mistakes in radiographic interpretation; November, p 494.

Practical Matters: Increase your ability to detect pulmonary metastases; November, pp 509-510.

Immunology
Video: The Afya Serengeti Project for Rabies Vaccination and Control; April, p 163.

An update on feline infectious peritonitis; August, pp 384-392.

Veterinarians are key to rabies eradication; September, p 420.

Johnny's story: It could happen to you; September, p 421.

Rabies prevention: It's part of our oath; September, p 421.

Research Updates: Investigating the impact of vaccine administration site changes in cats; October, pp 454-455.

Roundtable discussion: Early puppy socialization classes: risks vs. benefits; December, pp 572-578.

Influenza
Have You Heard? The protective power of the nose; June, p 273.

Inhalant therapy
Inhalant therapy: Finding its place in small-animal practice; July, pp 336-341.

Just Ask the Expert
Daniel T. Carmichael, DVM, DAVDC; February, p 66.

Dr. Kevin R. Kazacos; March (suppl.), p 6.

Dr. Timothy M. Fan; May, p 226.

Dr. Valarie V. Tynes; November, pp 506-508.

Keratoconjunctivitis sicca
Video: Consider all tear film layers when treating KCS; January, p 9.

Kidneys
Hot Literature: Using renal tubular enzymes to identify renal damage earlier; March, p 121.

Labrador retrievers
Research Updates: Exercise-induced collapse in Labrador retrievers: A comparison with unaffected dogs; August, p 374.

Laparoscopy
How to perform a two-portal laparoscopic ovariectomy; April, pp 192-206.

Leading Off
Prevention: Our best strategy for fighting obesity and its ill effects; January, p 13.

CAPC heads west to spread its parasite control message; May, p 225.

Letters
Our profession's identity crisis (Allen, D.L.); January, p 14.

A medical history and physical exam resource (Deurinck, M.); January, p 14.

Follow-up questions to IMHA article (Boley, J.; Shaw, N.); February, p 64.

Being both the Mayo Clinic and Wal-Mart is OK (Beldegreen, R.); March, p 116.

Veterinarians are in the service business (Carpenter, W.D.); March, p 116.

Observations on Dr. Miller's fatherly advice (Ansede, F.); July, p 321.

Rabies: My experience (Stuart, B.); November, p 498.

Experience with both systems (LeBlanc, M.); December, p 550.

For many, affordable insurance is an oxymoron (Clark, L.S.); December, p 550.

Bad medicine is just bad medicine (Aldrich, E.); December, p 550.

Dr. Miller responds (Miller, R.M.); December, p 550.

I'm not impressed (Harp, K.); December, p. 551.

Inappropriate (Turpel, J.); December, p 551.

Levetiracetam
Newer options for medically managing refractory canine epilepsy; July, pp 342-348.

Lithotripsy
Research Updates: Transurethral lithotripsy in dogs: A minimally invasive option for urolith removal? August, pp 375-376.

Litter boxes
The latest scoop on litter; March, pp 140-145.

Liver
Hot Literature: Does ascites affect survival time in dogs with chronic hepatitis? March, p 120.

Low-dose dexamethasone suppression test
ClinQuiz: Interpreting low-dose dexamethasone suppression test results; February, pp 67-70.

Lungs
Practical Matters: Increase your ability to detect pulmonary metastases; November, pp 509-510.

Acute lung injury and acute respiratory distress syndrome: Two challenging respiratory disorders; November, pp 511-519.

Luxations
Research Updates: Spinal fractures and luxations: Most common causes, most common outcomes; January, p 17.

Lymphoma
Have You Heard? Soy's anticancer effects; May, p 223.

Malassezia dermatitis
CVC Highlight: The pruritic dog: Practice tips to make your life easier; December, p 559.

Maropitant
Maropitant: A novel treatment for acute vomiting in dogs; September, pp 422-426.

Mast cell tumors
Research Updates: Is hypotonic water effective as an adjuvant therapy for canine mast cell tumors? January, p 18.

Melanoma
Finding and treating oral melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and fibrosarcoma in dogs; June, pp 292-305.

Mesh grafts
Research Updates: Using a scrotal mesh graft to repair degloving injuries; January, p 17.

Video: Placing mesh skin grafts to repair wounds; December, p 545.

Skills Laboratory: Reconstructive surgery techniques, Part 4: Full-thickness mesh skin grafts; December, pp 554-558.

Metered dose inhalers
Inhalant therapy: Finding its place in small-animal practice; July, pp 336-341.

Mind Over Miller
Some versatility required; January, p 50.

An unforgettable lesson; February, p 102.

The eyes have it; March, p 154.

We're pretty good; April, p 214.

SVMA: 50 years of snow and CE; May, p 266.

Fatherly advice; June, p 310.

Beyond the fireworks; July, p 354.

The accidental patient; August, p 398.

Three decisions that led to happiness; September, p 442.

Don't socialize medicine; October, p 486.

Radiographing dogs, dolphins, and cowboys; November, p 538.

Stuck in security; December, p 582.

Monkeys
Have You Heard? Monkey music; October, p 450.

MRSA
Have You Heard? With MRSA, it's share and share alike; July, p 319.

Mucoceles
An update on gallbladder mucoceles in dogs; April, pp 169-176.

Multiple myeloma
An overview of multiple myeloma in dogs and cats; October, pp 468-476.

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