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Articles by Johnny D. Hoskins, DVM, PhD, DACVIM

Hyperadrenocorticism offers obstacles in diagnosis, treatment

Sep 1, 2002

Dr. Johnny Hoskins troubleshoots the problems of identifying and treating Cushing's Disease.

What do muscle wasting and weight loss tell you about a case?

Sep 1, 2002

Signalment: Canine, Labrador Retriever cross, 8 years/4-month-old, male castrated, 52.4 lbs.

Carcinomas found with most clinically detected thyroid tumors

Aug 1, 2002

Signalment: Canine, Beagle, 6-year-old, male castrated, 62 lbs.

Measuring serum electrolytes great ally in diagnosis, treatment

Jul 1, 2002

Q: What is a major shortcoming of some selected veterinary practices in year 2002?

Can you rule in immune-mediated thrombocytopenia?

Jul 1, 2002

Signalment: Canine, Yorkshire Terrier, 11-year-old, female spayed, 15 lbs.

Could chronic abdominal pain cause breathing problems?

Jun 1, 2002

Signalment: Canine, mixed breed, 10-year-old, male castrated, 88 lbs.

Understand neurotransmitter receptor interactions to treat vomiting in dogs

Jun 1, 2002

Q: Please provide a quick review about various treatments available for the management and control of vomiting in dogs.

Gastrointestinal problems in pediatric patients require careful assessment

Jun 1, 2002

Dr. Johnny Hoskins recommends practical principles for diagnosing and managing common gastrointestinal problems.

Increased number of platelets call for review of thrombocytosis

May 1, 2002

Q: Several dogs seen recently in our clinic have increased numbers of platelets. What does this mean?

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