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ACTH
ACTH stimulation testing: A review and a study comparing synthetic and compounded ACTH products; February, pp 134-147.

ADRENAL GLAND
Treating adrenal neoplasia in dogs and cats; February, pp 172-187.

ANTICONVULSANTS
Alternative anticonvulsant drugs for dogs with seizure disorders; September, pp 786-793.

AXIAL PATTERN FLAPS
Skin reconstruction techniques: Axial pattern flaps; October, pp 862-881.

BRUCELLA CANIS
A challenging case: Getting to the source of a dog’s chronic spinal pain; August, pp 680-690.

CANDIDA ALBICANS
A challenging case: An emaciated cat with abdominal distention; September, pp 776-784.

CARDIOPULMONARY DISEASE
Severe pulmonary hypertension and cardiovascular sequelae in dogs; June, pp 530-541.

CLARIFICATION
Clinic and staff readiness: The key to successful outcomes in emergency care (September 2003; pp 760-776); March, p 242.

CLAWS
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: An underweight Gordon setter with brittle claws; June, pp 511-514.

CLIENT INFORMATION SHEETS
When your dog has itchy, sore ears; March, p 272.

CLINICAL EXPOSURES
Ectopic pregnancy in a dog; March, pp 225-226.

A peritoneopericardial diaphragmatic hernia in a cat; April, pp 314-318.

An incidental finding of primary hyperparathyroidism in a dog; July, pp 570-575.

Pulmonary thrombosis due to idiopathic main pulmonary artery disease; October, pp 836-842.

CLOSTRIDIUM TETANI
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: A dog with generalized muscle stiffness; January, pp 26-32.

COMPLETE BLOOD COUNT
Three-minute peripheral blood film evaluation: Preparing the film; December, pp 1020-1025.

CRYPTORCHIDISM
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: A dog with an enlarged prostate and bloody preputial discharge; May, pp 427-434.

DEMODICOSIS
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Managing a dog with chronic pruritus and proteinuria; April, pp 332-342.

DENTAL CORNER
Using intraoral regional anesthetic nerve blocks; September, pp 766-770.

Diagnosing and treating chronic ulcerative paradental stomatitis; December, pp 1008-1011.

DERMATOLOGY
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Sudden blindness and panuveitis in an adult basset hound; February, pp 118-132.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Managing a dog with chronic pruritus and proteinuria; April, pp 332-342.

Eight emerging feline dermatoses; May, pp 456-468.

The clinical signs and diagnosis of feline atypical mycobacterial panniculitis; August, pp 694-704.

Feline atypical mycobacterial panniculitis: Treatment, monitoring, and prognosis; August, pp 705-713.

A challenging case: A febrile dog with a swollen tarsus and multiple skin lesions; November, pp 940-948.

DERMATOLOGY CHALLENGE
Resolution of a necrotizing wound in a debilitated cat; June, pp 488-496.

Severe facial pruritus in a Boston terrier; August, pp 670-672.

Acutely pruritic eruptions on a dog’s extremities and trunk; November, pp 924-927.

DERMATOLOGY UPDATE
Using the new cyclosporine formulation in dogs; April, pp 320-321.

A new look at ulcerative dermatosis of Shetland sheepdogs and rough collies; December, pp 1003-1004.

DERMATOSES
Eight emerging feline dermatoses; May, pp 456-468.

DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES
Obtaining nasal radiographs in small animals; January, pp 34-48.

Pharyngeal and laryngeal radiography in small animals; January, pp 50-71.

Radiographing the trachea in small animals; January, pp 72-83.

ACTH stimulation testing: A review and a study comparing synthetic and compounded ACTH products; February, pp 134-147.

Feline panleukopenia: A diagnostic laboratory’s perspective; August, pp 714-721.

Choosing the best tests to diagnose feline hyperthyroidism; November, pp 956-962.

Three-minute peripheral blood film evaluation: Preparing the film; December, pp 1020-1025.

Three-minute peripheral blood film evaluation: The erythron and thrombon; December, pp 1026-1035.

Three-minute peripheral blood film evaluation: The leukon; December, pp 1036-1039.

DIGESTIVE SYSTEM
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Recurrent regurgitation in a young cat with an unknown history; March, pp 244-251.

Recognizing and treating esophageal disorders in dogs and cats; May, pp 448-455.

Nasoesophageal and nasogastric feeding tubes; July, pp 590-594.

Esophagostomy feeding tubes; July, pp 596-600.

DISKOSPONDYLITIS
A challenging case: Getting to the source of a dog’s chronic spinal pain; August, pp 680-690.

ENDOCRINOLOGY
ACTH stimulation testing: A review and a study comparing synthetic and compounded ACTH products; February, pp 134-147.

Treating thyroid and parathyroid neoplasia in dogs and cats; February, pp 154-169.

Treating adrenal neoplasia in dogs and cats; February, pp 172-187.

Therapy for pancreatic endocrine tumors in dogs; February, pp 190-199.

Medical therapies for canine pituitary-dependent hyperadrenocorticism; June, pp 519-528.

Examining the pathogenesis of feline hyperthyroidism; November, pp 951-954.

Choosing the best tests to diagnose feline hyperthyroidism; November, pp 956-962.

The options for treating feline hyperthyroidism; November, pp 964-972.

ENDOSCOPY
Gastrostomy feeding tubes: Percutaneous endoscopic placement; July, pp 612-617.

ENDOSCOPY BRIEF
Porcupine quill retrieval with thoracoscopy; January, pp 15-16.

Gastric foreign body removal with laparoscopy; October, p 834.

ERYTHRON
Three-minute peripheral blood film evaluation: The erythron and thrombon; December, pp 1026-1035.

ESOPHAGEAL INCLUSION CYST
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Recurrent regurgitation in a young cat with an unknown history; March, pp 244-251.

ESOPHAGUS
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Recurrent regurgitation in a young cat with an unknown history; March, pp 244-251.

Recognizing and treating esophageal disorders in dogs and cats; May, pp 448-455.

Esophagostomy feeding tubes; July, pp 596-600.

EXOTIC-ANIMAL PUZZLER
A ferret with a painful abdomen; March, pp 230-234.

EYELID
Preparations for eyelid surgeries; April, pp 346-350.

Common corrective and protective eyelid surgeries; April, pp 354-373.

Procedures for excising eyelid masses and replacing a prolapsed third eyelid gland; April, pp 374-384.

FEEDING TUBES
Nasoesophageal and nasogastric feeding tubes; July, pp 590-594.

Esophagostomy feeding tubes; July, pp 596-600.

Gastrostomy feeding tubes: Surgical placement; July, pp 604-610.

Gastrostomy feeding tubes: Percutaneous endoscopic placement; July, pp 612-617.

Gastrostomy feeding tubes: Percutaneous, nonsurgical, nonendoscopic placement; July, pp 619-626.

Enterostomy feeding tubes; July, pp 627-631.

Calculating a patient’s nutritional requirements; July, p 632.

GASTRIC PERFORATION
A challenging case: An emaciated cat with abdominal distention; September, pp 776-784.

GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: An underweight Gordon setter with brittle claws; June, pp 511-514.

Gastrostomy feeding tubes: Surgical placement; July, pp 604-610.

Gastrostomy feeding tubes: Percutaneous endoscopic placement; July, pp 612-617.

Gastrostomy feeding tubes: Percutaneous, nonsurgical, nonendoscopic placement; July, pp 619-626.

Enterostomy feeding tubes; July, pp 627-631.

A challenging case: An emaciated cat with abdominal distention; September, pp 776-784.

GLOMERULONEPHRITIS
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Managing a dog with chronic pruritus and proteinuria; April, pp 332-342.

HYPERADRENOCORTICISM
Treating adrenal neoplasia in dogs and cats; February, pp 172-187.

Medical therapies for canine pituitary-dependent hyperadrenocorticism; June, pp 519-528.

HYPERALDOSTERONISM
Treating adrenal neoplasia in dogs and cats; February, pp 172-187.

HYPERTHYROIDISM
Examining the pathogenesis of feline hyperthyroidism; November, pp 951-954.

Choosing the best tests to diagnose feline hyperthyroidism; November, pp 956-962.

The options for treating feline hyperthyroidism; November, pp 964-972.

INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: An underweight Gordon setter with brittle claws; June, pp 511-514.

ISRAEL
Editors’ Guest: An unforgettable trip home; August, p 652.

JUVENILE CELLULITIS
A challenging case: A febrile dog with a swollen tarsus and multiple skin lesions; November, pp 940-948.

KIDNEYS
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Managing a dog with chronic pruritus and proteinuria; April, pp 332-342.

LARYNX
Pharyngeal and laryngeal radiography in small animals; January, pp 50-71.

LETTERS
Backing up data on disk disease (Harari, J.); response: (Davidson, E.B.); January, p 10.

A debatable conclusion (McDonald, D.J.); response: (Harari, J.); April, p 312.

Were animal rights advocates unjustly disparaged? (Greek, J.S.); response: (Miller, R.M.); May, p 404.

Going in the wrong direction? (Platt, R.); June, p 485.

Discounting fees raises important concerns (Utkov, N.); response: (Bailey, K.A.); July, p 562.

An ear cleaner’s potential for ototoxicity (Foil, C.S.); response: (Bass, M.); August, pp 654-656.

Was butorphanol adequate? (Dyer, A. et al.); response: (Rexing, J.F.; Coolman, B.R.); September, pp 746-747.

Raising uncomfortable questions (Gorelick, J.); September, p 747.

LEUKON
Three-minute peripheral blood film evaluation: The leukon; December, pp 1036-1039.

MAXILLA
Successful maxilla reimplantation after traumatic injury in a dog; May, pp 436-447.

MESH GRAFTS
Skin reconstruction techniques: Full-thickness mesh grafts; October, pp 882-890.

METHIMAZOLE
The options for treating feline hyperthyroidism; November, pp 964-972.

MIND OVER MILLER
Don’t look to the stars for guidance; January, p 90.

The perverted priorities of animal rights extremists; February, p 206.

Base your practice on principles—and profit will follow; March, p 298.

The heart of music; April, p 390.

Bishop Mule Days reflects the importance of Memorial Day; May, p 474.

Great summer reads; June, p 550.

There’s no such thing as idiopathic disease; July, p 642.

Practitioner-oriented conferences offer continuing education and camaraderie; August, p 734.

A clue to calmness; September, p 818.

It’s not perfect, but it’s the best we can do; October, pp 909-910.

Ah, the Electronic Age; November, p 986.

You know you’re getting older when...; December, p 1062.

MYCOBACTERIA
The clinical signs and diagnosis of feline atypical mycobacterial panniculitis; August, pp 694-704.

Feline atypical mycobacterial panniculitis: Treatment, monitoring, and prognosis; August, pp 705-713.

NASAL CAVITY
Obtaining nasal radiographs in small animals; January, pp 34-48.

NEOPLASIA
Treating thyroid and parathyroid neoplasia in dogs and cats; February, pp 154-169.

Treating adrenal neoplasia in dogs and cats; February, pp 172-187.

Therapy for pancreatic endocrine tumors in dogs; February, pp 190-199.

NEUROLOGY
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: A dog with generalized muscle stiffness; January, pp 26-32.

Alternative anticonvulsant drugs for dogs with seizure disorders; September, pp 786-793.

NUTRITION
Calculating a patient’s nutritional requirements; July, p 632.

ON THE FOREFRONT
A new tool that detects ivermectin and other drug sensitivities in dogs; May, pp 419-426.

Frameless stereotactic CT-guided needle brain biopsy; October, pp 844-846.

OPHTHALMOLOGY
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Sudden blindness and panuveitis in an adult basset hound; February, pp 118-132.

Preparations for eyelid surgeries; April, pp 346-350.

Common corrective and protective eyelid surgeries; April, pp 354-373.

Procedures for excising eyelid masses and replacing a prolapsed third eyelid gland; April, pp 374-384.

OPHTHALMOLOGY CHALLENGE
Aggressive ulcerative keratitis in a dog; June, pp 498-506.

A dog with persistent unilateral epiphora; August, pp 660-666.

OTITIS
Canine otitis externa: Causes and predisposing factors; March, pp 254-258.

Step-by-step management of otitis externa in dogs; March, pp 259-270. Correction: May, p 404.

Surgical treatment of chronic otitis externa in dogs; March, pp 274-287.

PANCREAS
Therapy for pancreatic endocrine tumors in dogs; February, pp 190-199.

PANLEUKOPENIA
Feline panleukopenia: A diagnostic laboratory’s perspective; August, pp 714-721.

PANNICULITIS
The clinical signs and diagnosis of feline atypical mycobacterial panniculitis; August, pp 694-704.

Feline atypical mycobacterial panniculitis: Treatment, monitoring, and prognosis; August, pp 705-713.

PANUVEITIS
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Sudden blindness and panuveitis in an adult basset hound; February, pp 118-132.

PARATHYROID GLAND
Treating thyroid and parathyroid neoplasia in dogs and cats; February, pp 154-169.

PHARYNX
Pharyngeal and laryngeal radiography in small animals; January, pp 50-71.

PHEOCHROMOCYTOMA
Treating adrenal neoplasia in dogs and cats; February, pp 172-187.

PHIMOSIS
Surgically treating traumatic phimosis in a kitten; June, pp 515-518.

PNEUMOPERITONEUM
A challenging case: An emaciated cat with abdominal distention; September, pp 776-784.

PRACTICAL MATTERS
Thoroughly evaluate chronically coughing dogs; February, p 114.

Don’t miss cranial cruciate ligament injuries; February, p 114.

Completely excise malignant oral tumors; February, p 115.

The surprise dirty tumor margin; February, p 116.

Schedule time to address clients’ behavior concerns; February, p 116.

The disadvantages of digital tonometry in estimating intraocular pressure; May, p 411.

Find the direction of skin tension when making skin incisions; May, p 411.

Make sure to differentiate incontinence from behavioral elimination problems; May, p 412.

Rule out Addison’s disease in patients with possible renal failure; May, p 412.

Normal and reference range are not the same; September, p 750.

How to handle nonhealing corneal ulcers in dogs; September, p 750.

Consider chemotherapy in these cases, but set your goal first; September, p 750.

Completely stage dogs with lymphoma to select therapy and help determine the prognosis; November, p 930.

An abnormal capnograph reading may also signal anesthetic system malfunction; November, p 930.

The only way to diagnose a bacterial urinary tract infection; November, pp 930-932.

PRESIDENTIAL PETS
Editors’ Guest: Candidates’ pets can make a difference at the ballot box; November, p 922.

PROSTATE
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: A dog with an enlarged prostate and bloody preputial discharge; May, pp 427-434.

PULMONARY HYPERTENSION
Severe pulmonary hypertension and cardiovascular sequelae in dogs; June, pp 530-541.

RADIOGRAPHY
Obtaining nasal radiographs in small animals; January, pp 34-48.

Pharyngeal and laryngeal radiography in small animals; January, pp 50-71.

Radiographing the trachea in small animals; January, pp 72-83.

RADIOIODINE
The options for treating feline hyperthyroidism; November, pp 964-972.

RADIOSURGERY
Using high-frequency radio wave technology in veterinary surgery; September, pp 796-802.

REGURGITATION
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Recurrent regurgitation in a young cat with an unknown history; March, pp 244-251.

Recognizing and treating esophageal disorders in dogs and cats; May, pp 448-455.

REPRODUCTION
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: A dog with an enlarged prostate and bloody preputial discharge; May, pp 427-434.

REPRODUCTIVE TRACT
A challenging case: Getting to the source of a dog’s chronic spinal pain; August, pp 680-690.

RESEARCH UPDATES
The clinical correlation between stifle osteoarthrosis and limb function in dogs; February, p 102.

Evaluating hormone receptors in meningiomas; February, p 102.

What causes leakage after intestinal anastomosis? February, p 104.

How often should methimazole be administered to treat feline hyperthyroidism? February, pp 104-106.

Using auscultation to measure heart rate in atrial fibrillation; February, p 106.

Thyroid assays and NSAIDs: A bad combination? July, p 563.

Exploring the utility of laparoscopic ovariohysterectomy in dogs; July, p 563.

The efficacy of elbow replacement in dogs; July, p 566.

Clinicopathologic features of male cats with urethral obstruction; July, p 567.

Can pH analysis help determine the cause of pericardial effusion? July, p 567.

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Obtaining nasal radiographs in small animals; January, pp 34-48.

Pharyngeal and laryngeal radiography in small animals; January, pp 50-71.

Radiographing the trachea in small animals; January, pp 72-83.

Severe pulmonary hypertension and cardiovascular sequelae in dogs; June, pp 530-541.

SEIZURES
Alternative anticonvulsant drugs for dogs with seizure disorders; September, pp 786-793.

SKIN RECONSTRUCTION
Skin reconstruction techniques: Axial pattern flaps; October, pp 862-881.

Skin reconstruction techniques: Full-thickness mesh grafts; October, pp 882-890.

Skin reconstruction techniques: Z-plasty as an aid to tension-free wound closure; October, pp 892-897.

SPINE
A challenging case: Getting to the source of a dog’s chronic spinal pain; August, pp 680-690.

SURGERY
Surgical treatment of chronic otitis externa in dogs; March, pp 274-287.

Preparations for eyelid surgeries; April, pp 346-350.

Common corrective and protective eyelid surgeries; April, pp 354-373.

Procedures for excising eyelid masses and replacing a prolapsed third eyelid gland; April, pp 374-384.

Successful maxilla reimplantation after traumatic injury in a dog; May, pp 436-447.

Surgically treating traumatic phimosis in a kitten; June, pp 515-518.

Gastrostomy feeding tubes: Surgical placement; July, pp 604-610.

Enterostomy feeding tubes; July, pp 627-631.

Using high-frequency radio wave technology in veterinary surgery; September, pp 796-802.

Skin reconstruction techniques: Axial pattern flaps; October, pp 862-881.

Skin reconstruction techniques: Full-thickness mesh grafts; October, pp 882-890.

Skin reconstruction techniques: Z-plasty as an aid to tension-free wound closure; October, pp 892-897.

TETANUS
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: A dog with generalized muscle stiffness; January, pp 26-32.

THROMBON
Three-minute peripheral blood film evaluation: The erythron and thrombon; December, pp 1026-1035.

THYROID GLAND
Treating thyroid and parathyroid neoplasia in dogs and cats; February, pp 154-169.

TOXICOLOGY BRIEF
The dangers of nicotine ingestion in dogs; March, pp 218-224.

Baclofen overdose in dogs; May, pp 406-410.

Ibuprofen toxicosis in dogs, cats, and ferrets; July, pp 580-586.

Helping animals exposed to the herbicide paraquat; September, pp 755-762.

Kalanchoe species poisoning in pets; November, pp 933-936.

TRACHEA
Radiographing the trachea in small animals; January, pp 72-83.

TRAUMA
Successful maxilla reimplantation after traumatic injury in a dog; May, pp 436-447.

Surgically treating traumatic phimosis in a kitten; June, pp 515-518.

VIN CLINICAL Q&A
Possible laryngeal paralysis in a cat; January, pp 12-14.

How useful is topical tacrolimus in treating perianal fistulas? April, pp 324-326.

VOGT-KOYANAGI-HARADA-LIKE SYNDROME
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Sudden blindness and panuveitis in an adult basset hound; February, pp 118-132.

Z-PLASTY
Skin reconstruction techniques: Z-plasty as an aid to tension-free wound closure; October, pp 892-897.

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