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

The "DAMN IT" acronym: Are you using this practical diagnostic aid?

With history, physical exam and other data, this acronym facilitates rapid formulation of rule-outs
Dec 1, 2010

Dr. Carl Osborne shows how this acronym facilitates rapid formulation of rule-outs.

Is your treatment on target?

Make sure you're taking aim before you implement therapeutic measures
Nov 1, 2010

Make sure you're taking aim before you implement therapeutic measures.

Why, when and how to perform percutaneous renal biopsies

Can you assess when this diagnostic procedure is best indicated?
Oct 1, 2010

Can you assess when this diagnostic procedure is best indicated?

3 ways to show clients you care

Hone your craft of client communication.
Sep 1, 2010

Dr. Carl Osborne points out simple ways you can demonstrate the art of veterinary medicine.

What does it mean to endure?

Dr. Osborne's journey with Parkinson's disease.
Aug 1, 2010

Dr. Osborne's journey with Parkinson's disease.

Canine urolith update, 2009: Perspectives from the Minnesota Urolith Center

Investigating the changes in composition over the last couple of decades.
Jul 1, 2010

Investigating the changes in composition over the last couple of decades.

Epidemiology of feline uroliths and urethral plugs: Update 1981 to 2009

Changes in feline diets may relate to changes in urolith composition
Jun 1, 2010

In the last three decades, the composition of uroliths in cats has been variable, while the composition of feline urethral plugs has remained consistent.

12 ways to prepare for a consultation

Your time is valuable, as is your colleagues'. Present a professional image by preparing well in advance for a consultation.
Apr 1, 2010

Your time is valuable, as is your colleagues'. Present a professional image by preparing well in advance for a consultation.

Stones in the wild: A Pet Rock study

Mar 1, 2010

Remember Pet Rocks? They might have been a short-lived fad, but I think they're still alive and well in the U.S.

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