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

How well are you managing urinary bladder cancer?

Apr 1, 2004

Q. How does one diagnose and manage dogs with urinary bladder cancer?

Glomerulonephritis remains an important cause of renal disease in dogs

Mar 1, 2004

Q: How does one diagnose and manage dogs with glomerulonephritis?

Ascending urinary tract infections can occur more commonly than recognized clinically

Mar 1, 2004

Signalment: Canine, Labrador Retriever, 8 weeks old, male, 17.8 lbs.

Interpreting thyroid function tests

Feb 1, 2004

Q. How does one interpret the current thyroid function tests in dogs?

Chronic hepatitis usually shows history of increased serum liver enzymes

Feb 1, 2004

Signalment: Canine, Shepherd cross, 11 years old, female spayed, 46.8 lbs.

Feline asthma

Jan 1, 2004

Q. Please provide a brief review of diagnosis and treatment of feline asthma.

Muffled lung sounds often noted with thymoma

Jan 1, 2004

Signalment: Canine, West Highland White Terrier, 10 years old, male neutered, 20 lbs.

Exploratory warranted with chyloabdomen

Dec 1, 2003

Signalment: Feline, Domestic Shorthair, 10 years old, female spayed, 12 lbs.

Chronic pain: Decreased activity starts vicious cycle of problems

Dec 1, 2003

Q. Please provide educational material about canine chronic pain management for the client that is not commercially prepared.

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