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Articles by Linda Marie Wetzel

Severe periodontal disease: Take a moment to lift the lip

Feb 1, 2010

Dr. Colin Harvey speaks about treatment of severe periodontal disease and shared his insights about dealing with the special needs of afflicted animals.

Veterinary anesthesia: Understanding risk management, adverse outcomes

Dec 1, 2009

A Q&A with veterinary anesthesiologist Dr. Kurt Grimm

Canine rehabilitation evolving to aid arthritic, post-op patients

Sep 1, 2009

Dr. Darryl Millis, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, CCRP answers questions about the growth of rehabilitation therapy, common conditions encountered and how they are treated, advice to veterinarians and owners and his views on where the field is going.

Osteoarthritis in the geriatric canine

Jul 1, 2009

Athens, Ga. — Osteoarthritis affects millions of dogs each year. Joint injuries can lead to the development of OA later in life.

Canine hip dysplasia: new trends in diagnosis, treatment and prevention

A question and answer session with veterinary expert Dr. Rory Todhunter
Mar 1, 2009

Canine hip dysplasia affects millions of dogs each year. Abnormal development in the dysplastic hip causes damage to the articular cartilage of the joint, resulting in osteoarthritis, severe pain and eventually debilitation.

Deworming: Next steps in disease prevention

Increasing pet population raises odds of transmission to humans, parasitologist says
Jul 1, 2008

West LaFayette, Ind. — Following an aggressive deworming schedule for dogs and cats could have a significant impact on the zoonotic transmission of parasitic diseases, according to one expert.

Interventional radiology in veterinary care

Minimally invasive procedures can have maximum benefits, experts say
Jun 1, 2008

East Lansing, Mich. — The introduction of minimally invasive procedures such as interventional radiology offers the same benefits to animals that similar procedures have made possible in human medicine, according to one practitioner.

Vector-borne diseases

May 1, 2008

A 2008 update on the newest and most important vector-borne diseases affecting companion animals.

Epidemic down under

Australia's struggle with equine influenza and what U.S. practitioners can learn from it
Mar 1, 2008

Gainesville, Fla. — As government restrictions ease in Australia following a massive outbreak of equine influenza last August, officials are still investigating the cause of the outbreak.

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