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Articles by Carl A. Osborne, DVM, PhD, DACVIM

Therapeutic caveats: Difficult urinary tract infections

Aug 1, 2005

Acute onsets of uncomplicated bacterial UTIs often "respond" to empirical antimicrobials.

Diagnostic caveats for difficult bacterial urinary tract infections

Jul 1, 2005

The objective of part one of this two-part series is to summarize diagnostic caveats derived from our experience with medical management of urinary tract infections (UTI) during the past 35 years.

Minimizing pseudo-recurrent urolithiasis

May 1, 2005

Because the uroliths were smooth, they were readily repulsed into the urinary bladder by retrograde urohydropropulsion.

Trends change in composition of feline uroliths

Apr 1, 2005

In 2003, frequency of calcium oxalate uroliths fell to 47 percent; frequency of struvite uroliths rose 42 percent.

'DAMN-IT' acronym offers practical diagnostic aid

Mar 1, 2005

Most would agree that a correct diagnosis is an essential prerequisite to providing safe and effective treatment for various illnesses.

Localization of azotemia: Test your skill

Feb 1, 2005

Azotemia is defined as an abnormal concentration of urea, creatinine, and other nonprotein nitrogenous substances in blood, plasma or serum.

The 10 attributes of trustworthy people

Jan 15, 2005

What is the antidote for a tendency not to trust others? The antidote is unselfishness. Our trust in others is a form of generosity.

Communication: a vital component of highly effective patient care

Dec 1, 2004

Our clients might doubt our sincerity or competence if we avoid respectful eye contact.

What is the greatest reward for doing?

Nov 1, 2004

Men forever will be accountable for the level of stewardship they provide animals.

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