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

How useful are contrast studies in diagnosing GI disease in vomiting patients?

Mar 1, 2009

Are contrast studies still needed as diagnostics in vomiting patients?

Poorly regulated diabetic cats need systematic exam

Feb 1, 2009

Please review management of difficult-to-regulate diabetic cats.

Testing for Addison's disease

Gender, age and breed are key determining factors in diagnosing hypoadrenocorticism
Jan 1, 2009

Hypoadrenocorticism, or Addison's disease, results from failure of the adrenal glands to secrete glucocorticoids (primarily cortisol) and mineralocorticoids (primarily aldosterone).

Managing TMJ in companion animals

Reviewing presentation, diagnostics and treatments for temporomandibular joint of dogs and cats
Dec 1, 2008

Q: Please review management of temporomandibular joint problems in dogs and cats.

Managing end-stage heart failure

Nov 1, 2008

When managing chronic cough, it is important to grade the severity of the cough.

Exercise-induced collapse in Labrador Retrievers

Increasingly frequent syndrome now recognized by veterinarians
Oct 1, 2008

Q: Please provide an updated review on exercise-induced collapse in Labrador Retrievers.

Extending quality of life for cancer patients

Assessing nutrition, pain management key components to palliative care
Sep 1, 2008

Q: Please provide a review on palliative care for animals diagnosed with cancer.

Nausea, vomiting: First treat the underlying cause

Anti-emetic and prokinetic drugs play a key part in management
Aug 1, 2008

Please provide a review of anti-emetic and prokinetic drugs — I am confused.

Update on babesiosis, leptospirosis in dogs

Reviewing means of transmission, latest diagnosis and treatment protocols
Jul 1, 2008

Q: Please provide a review on canine babesiosis and canine leptospirosis.


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