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Heartworm disease's long-term effects

March 1, 2014

An overview of the highlights from the revised American Heartworm Society's canine and feline guidelines.

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Delineating the cause of a bearded dragon's anorexia and weight loss

March 1, 2014

A contrast enema study helped clinicians detect an intestinal stricture in this exotic pet. See how this diagnostic step can help your reptile patients with similar signs.

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How to perform a scrotal urethrostomy and stop the stone cycle

March 1, 2014

Male dogs suffering from recurrent urethral blockage due to urinary calculi may benefit from this procedure that permanently diverts urine flow.

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Positive-contrast cystography in a dog with a hard-to-detect bladder rupture

February 1, 2014

Be sure to look a little deeper when using this technique during your search for a ruptured bladder to prevent missing the diagnosis.

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Can canine blood be safely given to cats?

February 1, 2014

In an emergency, can you turn to your canine blood stores in a cat that needs a transfusion?

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A challenging case: Lethargy and inappetence in a Pekingese

January 1, 2014

A battery of diagnostic tests were needed to uncover the root cause of lethargy, inappetence and coughing in a 7-month-old dog.

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How to handle chronic vaginitis in veterinary patients

December 1, 2013

Dr. Davidson and Tomas Baker, MS, discuss a common genitourinary condition that all veterinarians should be ready to manage in their female canine patients.

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Stem cell therapy in canine medicine

December 1, 2013

Interest in stem cells is high. However, despite commercial availability and multiple reports on use, there is still much to learn about the benefits and indications of such therapy in veterinary medicine.

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Drawer + wooden dowels = organized endotracheal tubes

November 1, 2013

Keep your ET tubes orgnanized with this simple solution.

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