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ALOPECIA
Noninflammatory alopecia in dogs; June, pp 518-534.

AMYLOIDOSIS
Managing renal amyloidosis in dogs and cats; April, pp 320-333.

ANEMIA
A diagnostic approach to anemic patients; May, pp 420-430.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Sudden deterioration in a dog receiving immunosuppressive therapy; July, pp 574-581.

ANESTHESIA
Choosing the best inhalant anesthetic for small-animal practice; August, pp 664-674.

Anesthetic management for cesarean section in bitches; August, pp 675-696.

ASPERGILLOSIS
Aspergillosis: An overview in dogs and cats; July, pp 602-618.

AVIAN SPECIES
Recognizing and managing Chlamydophila psittaci infection in companion avian species; September, pp 746-757.

BEHAVIOR
Can a fortified food affect the behavioral manifestations of age-related cognitive decline in dogs? May, pp 396-408.

CARDIOPULMONARY DISEASE
Is there a better way to administer heartworm adulticidal therapy? April, pp 310-317.

CEREBROSPINAL FLUID
Skills Laboratory, Part 1: How to obtain a CSF sample in dogs and cats; June, pp 472-486.

Skills Laboratory, Part 2: CSF sample handling and examination; June, pp 488-498.

Skills Laboratory, Part 3: Interpreting the results of CSF analysis in dogs and cats; June, pp 499-506.

CESAREAN SECTION
Anesthetic management for cesarean section in bitches; August, pp 675-696.

CHLAMYDOPHILA PSITTACI
Recognizing and managing Chlamydophila psittaci infection in companion avian species; September, pp 746-757.

CLIENT INFORMATION SHEETS
When your pet doesn’t urinate normally; January, p 74.

Caring for your pet’s teeth and gums; February, p 172.

CLINICAL EXPOSURES
A hyperplastic endometrial polyp and vascular thrombosis in a hedgehog; April, pp 298-303.

COGNITIVE DECLINE
Can a fortified food affect the behavioral manifestations of age-related cognitive decline in dogs? May, pp 396-408.

CONSUMER REPORTS
Editors’ Guest: Dear Consumer Reports; July, p 552.

CRITICAL CARE
Clinic and staff readiness: The key to successful outcomes in emergency care; September, pp 760-776. Correction: November, p 914.

A general approach to emergency patients; September, pp 777-786.

A traumatic emergency: Handling patients with head injuries; September, pp 788-799.

Supplemental oxygen therapy in critically ill or injured patients; November, pp 935-953.

Rapid sequence intubation and surgical intervention in respiratory emergencies; November, pp 954-968.

CUTEREBRA SPECIES
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Complications from Cuterebra species larva removal; November, pp 928-933.

D-DIMER
Current principles and applications of D-dimer analysis in small-animal practice; March, pp 224-234.

DENTAL CORNER
Using dental photographs in client education; February, pp 103-112.

DENTISTRY
Dental equipment: Using the right tools to provide the best care for your patients; February, pp 127-144.

Dental prophylaxis: Examination, cleaning, and home care; February, pp 148-159.

Periodontal disease: More than just a dirty mouth; February, pp 161-170.

DERMATOLOGY
Noninflammatory alopecia in dogs; June, pp 518-534.

Important factors in the pathogenesis of feline dermatophytosis; October, pp 845-858.

Practical diagnostic testing for dermatophytosis in cats; October, pp 859-876.

Feline dermatophytosis: Topical and systemic treatment recommendations; October, pp 877-885.

Monitoring treatment and preventing reinfection in cats with dermatophytosis; October, pp 886-891.

DERMATOLOGY CHALLENGE
Chronic, recurrent dermatophytosis in a Persian cat; March, pp 216-220.

DERMATOPHYTOSIS
Important factors in the pathogenesis of feline dermatophytosis; October, pp 845-858.

Practical diagnostic testing for dermatophytosis in cats; October, pp 859-876.

Feline dermatophytosis: Topical and systemic treatment recommendations; October, pp 877-885.

Monitoring treatment and preventing reinfection in cats with dermatophytosis; October, pp 886-891.

DIABETES MELLITUS
Insulin and other therapies for diabetes mellitus; April, pp 334-348.

Monitoring diabetic dogs, Part 1: Blood glucose curves; December, pp 1025-1032.

Monitoring diabetic dogs, Part 2: Fructosamine and glycosylated hemoglobin concentrations; December, pp 1034-1037.

DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES
Dental prophylaxis: Examination, cleaning, and home care; February, pp 148-159.

Current principles and applications of D-dimer analysis in small-animal practice; March, pp 224-234.

Diagnosing infectious and inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract; March, pp 236-244.

A diagnostic approach to anemic patients; May, pp 420-430.

Skills Laboratory, Part 1: How to obtain a CSF sample in dogs and cats; June, pp 472-486.

Skills Laboratory, Part 2: CSF sample handling and examination; June, pp 488-498.

Skills Laboratory, Part 3: Interpreting the results of CSF analysis in dogs and cats; June, pp 499-506.

Obstetrical monitoring in dogs; June, pp 508-517.

Practical diagnostic testing for dermatophytosis in cats; October, pp 859-876.

Monitoring diabetic dogs, Part 1: Blood glucose curves; December, pp 1025-1032.

Monitoring diabetic dogs, Part 2: Fructosamine and glycosylated hemoglobin concentrations; December, pp 1034-1037.

DIALYSIS
Advanced renal therapies: Options when standard treatments are not enough; December, pp 999-1008.

EHRLICHIOSIS
Diagnosing and treating ehrlichiosis in dogs and cats; July, pp 595-601.

EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Clinic and staff readiness: The key to successful outcomes in emergency care; September, pp 760-776. Correction: November, p 914.

A general approach to emergency patients; September, pp 777-786.

A traumatic emergency: Handling patients with head injuries; September, pp 788-799.

Supplemental oxygen therapy in critically ill or injured patients; November, pp 935-953.

Rapid sequence intubation and surgical intervention in respiratory emergencies; November, pp 954-968.

ENDOCRINOLOGY
Insulin and other therapies for diabetes mellitus; April, pp 334-348.

Monitoring diabetic dogs, Part 1: Blood glucose curves; December, pp 1025-1032.

Monitoring diabetic dogs, Part 2: Fructosamine and glycosylated hemoglobin concentrations; December, pp 1034-1037.

ENDOSCOPY BRIEF
Transitional cell carcinoma; February, p 96.

Resolution of chylothorax in a cat; October, pp 832-833.

EXOTIC-ANIMAL PUZZLER
A ferret with a midventral cervical mass; May, pp 380-383.

FIBROLEIOMYOMA
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: A large, cystic abdominal mass in an intact female dog; May, pp 389-394.

FRUCTOSAMINE
Monitoring diabetic dogs, Part 2: Fructosamine and glycosylated hemoglobin concentrations; December, pp 1034-1037.

FUNGAL DISEASE
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Sudden deterioration in a dog receiving immunosuppressive therapy; July, pp 574-581.

Aspergillosis: An overview in dogs and cats; July, pp 602-618.

Important factors in the pathogenesis of feline dermatophytosis; October, pp 845-858.

Practical diagnostic testing for dermatophytosis in cats; October, pp 859-876.

Feline dermatophytosis: Topical and systemic treatment recommendations; October, pp 877-885.

Monitoring treatment and preventing reinfection in cats with dermatophytosis; October, pp 886-891.

GEOTRICHUM SPECIES
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Sudden deterioration in a dog receiving immunosuppressive therapy; July, pp 574-581.

GLUCOSE CURVE
Monitoring diabetic dogs, Part 1: Blood glucose curves; December, pp 1025-1032.

GLYCOSYLATED HEMOGLOBIN
Monitoring diabetic dogs, Part 2: Fructosamine and glycosylated hemoglobin concentrations; December, pp 1034-1037.

HALOTHANE
Choosing the best inhalant anesthetic for small-animal practice; August, pp 664-674.

HEAD TRAUMA
A traumatic emergency: Handling patients with head injuries; September, pp 788-799.

HEARTWORM DISEASE
Is there a better way to administer heartworm adulticidal therapy? April, pp 310-317.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Recurrent cervical pain and ataxia in a Chihuahua; August, pp 656-662.

HYPOGLYCEMIC AGENTS
Insulin and other therapies for diabetes mellitus; April, pp 334-348.

IMMUNOSUPPRESSIVE THERAPY
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Sudden deterioration in a dog receiving immunosuppressive therapy; July, pp 574-581.

INCONTINENCE
Treating urinary incontinence; January, pp 58-65.

INFECTIOUS DISEASE
Diagnosing infectious and inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract; March, pp 236-244.

Managing infectious and inflammatory upper airway diseases in dogs; March, pp 245-253.

Managing infectious and inflammatory upper airway diseases in cats; March, pp 255-264.

Is there a better way to administer heartworm adulticidal therapy? April, pp 310-317.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Sudden deterioration in a dog receiving immunosuppressive therapy; July, pp 574-581.

Managing leptospirosis in dogs; July, pp 586-594.

Diagnosing and treating ehrlichiosis in dogs and cats; July, pp 595-601.

Aspergillosis: An overview in dogs and cats; July, pp 602-618.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Recurrent cervical pain and ataxia in a Chihuahua; August, pp 656-662.

Important factors in the pathogenesis of feline dermatophytosis; October, pp 845-858.

Practical diagnostic testing for dermatophytosis in cats; October, pp 859-876.

Feline dermatophytosis: Topical and systemic treatment recommendations; October, pp 877-885.

Monitoring treatment and preventing reinfection in cats with dermatophytosis; October, pp 886-891.

INSULIN
Insulin and other therapies for diabetes mellitus; April, pp 334-348.

INTERVERTEBRAL DISK DISEASE
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Recurrent cervical pain and ataxia in a Chihuahua; August, pp 656-662.

INTUBATION
Rapid sequence intubation and surgical intervention in respiratory emergencies; November, pp 954-968.

ISOFLURANE
Choosing the best inhalant anesthetic for small-animal practice; August, pp 664-674.

KIDNEYS
Managing renal amyloidosis in dogs and cats; April, pp 320-333.

Managing leptospirosis in dogs; July, pp 586-594.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Complications from Cuterebra species larva removal; November, pp 928-933.

Advanced renal therapies: Options when standard treatments are not enough; December, pp 999-1008.

LEIOMYOSARCOMA
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Persistent urinary problems in a young golden retriever; October, pp 839-842.

LEPTOSPIROSIS
Managing leptospirosis in dogs; July, pp 586-594.

LETTERS
Parrot’s diet and drug therapy questioned (Giddings, R.F.); response: (Gionfriddo, J.R.); April, pp 288-293.

Addressing the feral cat problem (Novak, B.; Owen, M.; Feaga, W.P.); May, pp 372-373.

Diabetes and diet (Marshall, D.H.); response: (Schulman, R.L.); June, pp 455-456.

Additional heartworm treatment recommendations (Doiron, D.); June, p 456.

Defining unpleasant odor (Rhody, J.L.); June, p 456.

A case for learning (Kraemer, R.J.); November, pp 914-916.

LUNG
Discovering and eliminating primary lung tumors in dogs and cats; December, pp 1012-1024.

MELARSOMINE
Is there a better way to administer heartworm adulticidal therapy? April, pp 310-317.

METRONIDAZOLE
Recognizing metronidazole toxicosis in dogs; May, pp 410-418.

MICROSPORUM CANIS
Important factors in the pathogenesis of feline dermatophytosis; October, pp 845-858.

Practical diagnostic testing for dermatophytosis in cats; October, pp 859-876.

Feline dermatophytosis: Topical and systemic treatment recommendations; October, pp 877-885.

Monitoring treatment and preventing reinfection in cats with dermatophytosis; October, pp 886-891.

MICTURITION
A diagnostic approach to micturition disorders; January, pp 49-57.

Treating urinary incontinence; January, pp 58-65.

Medical treatment of voiding dysfunction in dogs and cats; January, pp 67-73.

MIND OVER MILLER
Rosie; January, p 82.

Good, old-fashioned mail; February, p 182.

Electronic rage; March, p 274.

Considerate vs. inconsiderate; April, p 358.

European impressions; May, pp 441-442.

A story straight out of the movies; June, p 542.

Dr. Miller bites back; July, p 626.

Waning membership signals declining camaraderie; August, p 718.

Another dirty word? September, p 810.

A livestock tour of Switzerland; October, pp 901-902.

Occupation recollections; November, p 978.

The insidious foxtail; December, p 1054.

NEOPLASIA
Limb-sparing surgery for appendicular osteosarcoma in dogs; February, pp 119-124.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: A large, cystic abdominal mass in an intact female dog; May, pp 389-394.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Persistent urinary problems in a young golden retriever; October, pp 839-842.

Discovering and eliminating primary lung tumors in dogs and cats; December, pp 1012-1024.

NEUROLOGY
Recognizing metronidazole toxicosis in dogs; May, pp 410-418.

Skills Laboratory, Part 1: How to obtain a CSF sample in dogs and cats; June, pp 472-486.

Skills Laboratory, Part 2: CSF sample handling and examination; June, pp 488-498.

Skills Laboratory, Part 3: Interpreting the results of CSF analysis in dogs and cats; June, pp 499-506.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Recurrent cervical pain and ataxia in a Chihuahua; August, pp 656-662.

NEW GRADUATE
Editors’ Guest: Tales from a new graduate; April, p 284.

NUTRITION
Can a fortified food affect the behavioral manifestations of age-related cognitive decline in dogs? May, pp 396-408.

OBSTETRICAL MONITORING
Obstetrical monitoring in dogs; June, pp 508-517.

ON THE FOREFRONT
Mapping genes that cause muscular and neurologic disorders in horses and dogs; March, pp 196-204.

New cancer center takes aim at the deadly disease; May, pp 374-378.

Rigid endoscopy in small and exotic animals; August, pp 640-643.

New Canadian facility offers MRI and radiation therapy under one roof; November, pp 917-920.

ONCOLOGY BRIEF
Chemotherapy extravasation; January, pp 32-34.

OPHTHALMOLOGY CHALLENGE
A parrot with unilateral blepharitis; January, pp 12-26. Correction: April, p 288.

An English bulldog with a red, squinting eye; July, pp 556-566.

ORTHOPEDICS
Managing a unilateral TMJ subluxation in a dog; January, pp 36-45.

Limb-sparing surgery for appendicular osteosarcoma in dogs; February, pp 119-124.

OXYGEN
Supplemental oxygen therapy in critically ill or injured patients; November, pp 935-953.

PAIN ASSESSMENT
How do we know if they hurt? Pain assessment in small animals; August, pp 700-709.

PARASITES
Is there a better way to administer heartworm adulticidal therapy? April, pp 310-317.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Recurrent cervical pain and ataxia in a Chihuahua; August, pp 656-662.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Complications from Cuterebra species larva removal; November, pp 928-933.

PERIODONTAL DISEASE
Periodontal disease: More than just a dirty mouth; February, pp 161-170.

PRACTICAL MATTERS
Evaluate the cause of nasal discharge before therapy; April, p 294.

The link between bacteria and struvite urolithiasis in dogs; April, p 294.

Guidelines for inducing emesis; April, p 294.

Avoiding pitfalls in diagnosing hyperadrenocorticism; April, p 296.

Atropine: Not the universal antidote; April, p 296.

Diagnosing intervertebral disk herniation; April, p 296.

Thyroid evaluation and behavior problems; April, p 297.

Distinguishing between early glaucoma and conjunctivitis; August, p 647.

Thoracolumbar intervertebral disk disease—to the cage or to the OR? August, pp 648-650.

Identifying cardiogenic ascites; August, p 650.

The value of esophagostomy tubes in anorectic patients; November, p 925.

Interpreting high-dose dexamethasone suppression tests; November, p 925.

Early diagnosis and referral are key to successful cataract management; November, p 926.

Don’t be caught short when performing exploratory surgery; November, p 926.

PROPHYLAXIS
Dental prophylaxis: Examination, cleaning, and home care; February, pp 148-159.

PSITTACOSIS
Recognizing and managing Chlamydophila psittaci infection in companion avian species; September, pp 746-757.

RENAL FAILURE
Managing renal amyloidosis in dogs and cats; April, pp 320-333.

Managing leptospirosis in dogs; July, pp 586-594.

Advanced renal therapies: Options when standard treatments are not enough; December, pp 999-1008.

REPRODUCTION
Obstetrical monitoring in dogs; June, pp 508-517.

Anesthetic management for cesarean section in bitches; August, pp 675-696.

REPRODUCTIVE TRACT
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: A large, cystic abdominal mass in an intact female dog; May, pp 389-394.

RESEARCH UPDATES
Determining the prognosis after excising cutaneous mast cell tumors; February, p 98.

The clinicopathologic characteristics of polyarthritis in dogs; February, p 98.

What affects the prognosis in dogs with immune-mediated hemolytic anemia? February, p 100.

Breed variations in chronic canine otitis externa; February, p 100.

Examining extrahepatic biliary obstruction in cats; February, p 102.

Evaluating traumatic body wall hernias in dogs and cats; June, p 461.

Diagnosing intussusception by using ultrasound; June, p 461.

Which abnormalities accompany coccidioidomycosis in dogs? June, pp 462-464.

How storage affects urine samples; June, p 462.

Risk factors for perianesthetic morbidity in cats; June, p 464.

Ultrasonographic diagnosis of diaphragmatic rupture; October, p 824.

Ultrasonographic findings in feline pancreatic necrosis; October, p 824.

Evaluating the integrity of veterinary surgical gloves; October, p 826.

Diagnosis and prognosis for portosystemic shunts; October, pp 826-828.

How accurate is cytologic examination? October, p 830.

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Diagnosing infectious and inflammatory diseases of the upper respiratory tract; March, pp 236-244.

Managing infectious and inflammatory upper airway diseases in dogs; March, pp 245-253.

Managing infectious and inflammatory upper airway diseases in cats; March, pp 255-264.

Supplemental oxygen therapy in critically ill or injured patients; November, pp 935-953.

Rapid sequence intubation and surgical intervention in respiratory emergencies; November, pp 954-968.

Discovering and eliminating primary lung tumors in dogs and cats; December, pp 1012-1024.

SEVOFLURANE
Choosing the best inhalant anesthetic for small-animal practice; August, pp 664-674.

SKILLS LABORATORY
How to obtain a CSF sample in dogs and cats; June, pp 472-486.

CSF sample handling and examination; June, pp 488-498.

Interpreting the results of CSF analysis in dogs and cats; June, pp 499-506.

SURGERY
Managing a unilateral TMJ subluxation in a dog; January, pp 36-45.

Limb-sparing surgery for appendicular osteosarcoma in dogs; February, pp 119-124.

Rapid sequence intubation and surgical intervention in respiratory emergencies; November, pp 954-968.

TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT
Managing a unilateral TMJ subluxation in a dog; January, pp 36-45.

THORACOSTOMY
Rapid sequence intubation and surgical intervention in respiratory emergencies; November, pp 954-968.

THROMBOSIS
Current principles and applications of D-dimer analysis in small-animal practice; March, pp 224-234.

TICK-BORNE DISEASE
Diagnosing and treating ehrlichiosis in dogs and cats; July, pp 595-601.

TOXICOLOGY
Recognizing metronidazole toxicosis in dogs; May, pp 410-418.

TOXICOLOGY BRIEF
Metaldehyde toxicosis; March, pp 213-215.

Disulfoton: A deadly threat in pets; June, pp 466-469.

Bromethalin: The other rodenticide; September, pp 732-736.

Paintball toxicosis in dogs; December, pp 995-998.

TRACHEOSTOMY
Rapid sequence intubation and surgical intervention in respiratory emergencies; November, pp 954-968.

TRANSPLANTATION
Advanced renal therapies: Options when standard treatments are not enough; December, pp 999-1008.

URINARY TRACT
A diagnostic approach to micturition disorders; January, pp 49-57.

Treating urinary incontinence; January, pp 58-65.

Medical treatment of voiding dysfunction in dogs and cats; January, pp 67-73.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Persistent urinary problems in a young golden retriever; October, pp 839-842.

VIN CLINICAL Q&A
Nucleated RBCs point to possible Cushing’s disease; May, p 379.

Cushing’s disease or not? July, pp 572-573.

VOIDING DYSFUNCTION
Medical treatment of voiding dysfunction in dogs and cats; January, pp 67-73.

ZOONOTIC DISEASE
Managing leptospirosis in dogs; July, pp 586-594.

Recognizing and managing Chlamydophila psittaci infection in companion avian species; September, pp 746-757.

Important factors in the pathogenesis of feline dermatophytosis; October, pp 845-858.

Practical diagnostic testing for dermatophytosis in cats; October, pp 859-876.

Feline dermatophytosis: Topical and systemic treatment recommendations; October, pp 877-885.

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