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

Options exist for management of tracheobronchial disease

Dec 1, 2001

Q: Could you provide a practical review of drugs used in the clinical management of tracheobronchial disease in older dogs and cats?

Advances in managing inflammatory bowel disease

Oct 1, 2001

Dr. Johnny Hoskins examines the progress made in treating inflammatory bowel disease in cats and dogs.

Asymptomatic Bacteremic Cats Constitute Major Parasitic Reservoir

Sep 1, 2001

Feline, Manx, 1 year old, male castrated, 7.8 lbs.

Hyperthyroidism: Cats can Live a Normal Life

Sep 1, 2001

Q: I have been managing several older cats with hyperthyroidism. Please provide some practical updated information about feline hyperthyroidism.

FIP: Research can explain correlation between high titers, poor prognosis

Aug 1, 2001

Q It seems like I have been diagnosing an increasing number of cases of feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). Is the incidence of feline infectious peritonitis on the increase? Are laboratory tests useful?

Monitor serum concentrations of triglyceride or cholesterol for hyperlipidemia

Jul 1, 2001

Q I have been seeing a 14-year-old dog that although seemingly healthy has had repeated serum triglyceride concentrations of 1200 mg/dl. Should I be concerned? What should I do?

DVMs can help clients understand behaviors during, after delivery

Jun 1, 2001

Q I see a few novice pedigree dog breeders in my practice. Please provide a concise review about natural delivery of puppies and information that these novice breeders could benefit from reading.

Telemedicine: Is endoscopy needed when dog presents with vomiting, anorexia?

May 1, 2001

Signalment: Canine, mixed breed, 11 years old, female spayed, 76 pounds.

Lyme borreliosis remains a laboratory diagnosis

May 1, 2001

Unfortunately, Lyme borreliosis disease in animals has become more of a laboratory diagnosis rather than a clinical diagnosis.


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