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Articles by Joseph Harari, MS, DVM, DACVS

Research Update: Spontaneous retrograde movement of ureteroliths

Jun 1, 2007

In this case series, ureterolith movements in two dogs and five cats were evaluated.

Research Update: Using computed tomography to find nongastrointestinal foreign bodies

Jun 1, 2007

In this retrospective study, the clinical and computed tomography (CT) characteristics of 13 cases involving nongastrointestinal foreign bodies in dogs evaluated at a university veterinary hospital were reviewed.

Research Update: Accuracy of splenic aspirate cytologic diagnoses

Jun 1, 2007

In this retrospective study from a university veterinary hospital, the case records of 29 dogs and three cats were reviewed to determine the diagnostic accuracy of cytologic evaluation of splenic aspirates gathered by using ultrasound-guided fine-needle aspiration compared with histologic evaluation of specimens obtained by using surgical biopsy (10 animals) or ultrasound-guided biopsy (2) or at necropsy (21).

Research Update: Fibrocartilaginous emboli of the spinal cord in cats

Jan 1, 2007

These case reports from a university teaching hospital and private referral practice describe the clinical features and diagnostic evaluations of five cats with fibrocartilaginous embolic myelopathy.

Research Update: Effects of extensive small bowel resection in dogs and cats

Jan 1, 2007

Small-animal practitioners commonly evaluate patients because of foreign body ingestion, and subsequent small bowel resection is a common treatment.

Research Update: Effects of electrostimulated acupuncture in dogs with elbow arthritis

Jan 1, 2007

In this controlled clinical trial from a university hospital, nine dogs with chronic forelimb lameness and radiographic evidence of elbow osteoarthritis were treated with electrostimulated acupuncture.

Research Update: Role of subcutaneous tissues in skin wound healing

Jan 1, 2007

In this experimental study of six cats and six dogs, the contribution of subcutaneous tissues to first and second intention cutaneous wound healing was evaluated.

Research Update: Clinical features of spinal abscess in dogs

Jan 1, 2007

Spinal abscess, or epidural empyema, is an uncommonly described septic condition of the epidural space.

Research Update: The utility of ultrasonography to detect brachial plexus tumors in dogs

May 1, 2006

In this retrospective study from a university teaching hospital, five dogs with progressive, unilateral forelimb lameness and neurologic deficits having undergone ultrasonographic evaluation of the brachial plexus region were described.

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