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ACROMEGALY
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? August, pp 602-610.

ALLERGY
Allergic lung disease in cats and dogs; April, pp 308-320.

ANALGESIA
Preemptive analgesia: Managing pain before it begins; June, pp 478-492.

ARRHYTHMIA
Treating tachyarrhythmias in dogs and cats; August, pp 620-633.

ASTHMA
Allergic lung disease in cats and dogs; April, pp 308-320.

BEHAVIOR
Kitten behavior and training; November, pp 860-866.

Dealing with common behavior problems in senior dogs; November, pp 869-878.

BEHAVIOR Q&A
Dealing with inappropriate elimination in an aging dog; June, pp 431-434.

Biting an owner: Atypical behavior vs. dominance aggression; September, pp 676-677.

BLOOD PRESSURE
Measuring blood pressure in dogs and cats; February, pp 135-144.

Diagnosing systemic hypertension in dogs and cats; February, pp 145-149.

Treating hypertension in dogs and cats; February, pp 151-158.

CANINE SPECIES
Canine cataracts: A review of diagnostic and treatment procedures; January, pp 14-38.

Using a modified gastropexy technique to prevent recurrence of gastric dilatation-volvulus in dogs; January, pp 39-50.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? March, pp 206-215.

Endoscopy case of the month: Chronic diarrhea in a dog; March, pp 218-225.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? April, pp 283-288.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? May, pp 362-373.

Endoscopy case of the month: A dog with chronic gastrointestinal problems; July, pp 532-538.

Osteosarcoma in dogs: Managing a destructive disorder; July, pp 539-546.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? August, pp 602-610.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Alleviating dyschezia in a dog; November, pp 842-849.

Canine cranial cruciate ligament repair techniques: Is one best? November, pp 850-856.

Dealing with common behavior problems in senior dogs; November, pp 869-878.

Mast cell neoplasia in dogs; December, pp 919-930.

Canine melanoma: Combating a destructive and deadly tumor; December, pp 931-942.

CARDIAC DISEASE
Treating tachyarrhythmias in dogs and cats; August, pp 620-633.

Acquired pericardial disease: What every practitioner should know; August, pp 635-644.

CARDIAC MASSAGE
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation: Strategies for maximizing success; January, pp 51-59.

CARDIAC TAMPONADE
Acquired pericardial disease: What every practitioner should know; August, pp 635-644.

CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation: Strategies for maximizing success; January, pp 51-59.

CASE MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
Case Management Workshop: A potbellied pig with decreased fecal production; April, pp 291-298.

CATARACTS
Canine cataracts: A review of diagnostic and treatment procedures; January, pp 14-38.

CLIENT INFORMATION SHEETS
Overcoming common behavior problems in kittens; November, pp 867-868.

CLINICAL EXPOSURES
Cryptococcosis in cats; March, pp 187-194.

Neoplasms in captive hedgehogs; July, pp 524-527.

Hypertrophy of the gastric rugae; August, p 593.

Nodular splenic disease in dogs; October, pp 766-773.

Esophageal foreign body and aortic perforation in a dog; November, p 828.

A subaortic stenotic ring in a cat; December, p 914.

CLINICAL PATHOLOGY
A step-by-step approach to managing hyperkalemia; June, pp 446-461.

A practical guide to recognizing and treating hypokalemia; June, pp 462-476.

Interpreting hemograms in cats and dogs; December, pp 1-12 (CE Advisor).

CLINICAL Q&A
When to treat mitral valve insufficiency; April, p 275.

Optimizing skin biopsy results; July, pp 528-530.

CRITICAL CARE
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation: Strategies for maximizing success; January, pp 51-59.

Identifying and feeding patients that require nutritional support; January, pp 60-73.

DÉBRIDEMENT
Basic wound care and treatment; April, pp 299-307.

DENTAL CORNER
A misdiagnosed cause of chronic sneezing in a dog; February, pp 103-104.

The missing canine; May, p 348.

A small fracture with big consequences; September, pp 666-668.

DERMATOLOGY CHALLENGE
A boxer with pinnal alopecia, telangiectasis, and pruritus; March, pp 200-203.

A puppy with skin lacerations and hygromas; May, pp 358-360.

DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES
Canine cataracts: A review of diagnostic and treatment procedures; January, pp 14-38.

The basics of renal ultrasonography; February, pp 114-133.

Measuring blood pressure in dogs and cats; February, pp 135-144.

Diagnosing systemic hypertension in dogs and cats; February, pp 145-149.

Skills Laboratory: Performing a joint tap; August, pp 612-619.

Examining the anterior segment of the eye in small animals; October, pp 792-799.

Examining the posterior segment of the eye in small animals; October, pp 800-805.

Interpreting hemograms in cats and dogs; December, pp 1-12 (CE Advisor).

EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation: Strategies for maximizing success; January, pp 51-59.

ENDOCRINOLOGY
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? August, pp 602-610.

Tumors of the adrenal cortex causing hyperadrenocorticism; September, pp 686-706.

Identifying and managing feline congenital hypothyroidism; September, pp 719-726.

ENDOSCOPY
Endoscopy case of the month: Chronic diarrhea in a dog; March, pp 218-225.

Endoscopy case of the month: A dog with chronic gastrointestinal problems; July, pp 532-538.

EXOTIC-ANIMAL PUZZLER
An oral mass in an African hedgehog; April, pp 280-282.

Acute, traumatic soft tissue swelling in a ferret; August, pp 590-592.

FELINE SPECIES
Reproduction and breeding management in cats; July, pp 549-556.

Uncovering the cause of infertility in queens; July, pp 557-568.

Managing urolithiasis in cats; September, pp 708-718. Correction: November, p 828.

Identifying and managing feline congenital hypothyroidism; September, pp 719-726.

Kitten behavior and training; November, pp 860-866.

FRACTURES
Considerations for successful fracture repair; May, pp 375-384.

Using external skeletal fixation to repair long bone fractures; May, pp 393-400.

GASTRIC DILATATION-VOLVULUS
Using a modified gastropexy technique to prevent recurrence of gastric dilatation-volvulus in dogs; January, pp 39-50.

GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
Using a modified gastropexy technique to prevent recurrence of gastric dilatation-volvulus in dogs; January, pp 39-50.

Identifying and feeding patients that require nutritional support; January, pp 60-73.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? March, pp 206-215.

Endoscopy case of the month: Chronic diarrhea in a dog; March, pp 218-225.

Managing common gastrointestinal disorders in pet rabbits; March, pp 226-233.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? April, pp 283-288.

Endoscopy case of the month: A dog with chronic gastrointestinal problems; July, pp 532-538.

Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Alleviating dyschezia in a dog; November, pp 842-849.

GASTROPEXY
Using a modified gastropexy technique to prevent recurrence of gastric dilatation-volvulus in dogs; January, pp 39-50.

HYPERADRENOCORTICISM
Tumors of the adrenal cortex causing hyperadrenocorticism; September, pp 686-706.

HYPERTENSION
Diagnosing systemic hypertension in dogs and cats; February, pp 145-149.

Treating hypertension in dogs and cats; February, pp 151-158.

HYPOTHYROIDISM
Identifying and managing feline congenital hypothyroidism; September, pp 719-726.

IMAGING CASE OF THE MONTH
An unusual abdominal mass in a dog; March, pp 180-186.

An unusual abdominal mass in a cat; July, pp 514-520.

INFERTILITY
Uncovering the cause of infertility in queens; July, pp 557-568.

INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE
Endoscopy case of the month: Chronic diarrhea in a dog; March, pp 218-225.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? April, pp 283-288.

JOINTS
Managing coxofemoral luxations in dogs; May, pp 385-391.

Skills Laboratory: Performing a joint tap; August, pp 612-619.

Canine cranial cruciate ligament repair techniques: Is one best? November, pp 850-856.

KIDNEYS
The basics of renal ultrasonography; February, pp 114-133.

LEAD
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? March, pp 206-215.

LETTERS
A questionable alternative? (Norstrem, R.L.); response: (Looney, A.L.); February, pp 96-102.

Perpetuating infertility problems? (Helfand, J.M.); response: (Purswell, B.J.); March, p 178.

Intrauterine insemination is indispensable (Hinkle, R.F.); May, p 346.

An argument against plucking blood feathers (Wissman, M.A.); June, p 422.

Furthering feline hip dysplasia awareness (Joiner, K.); June, pp 422-423.

MAMMARY GLAND
Diagnosis and surgical management of mammary neoplasia in dogs and cats; December, pp 943-949.

MAST CELL TUMOR
Mast cell neoplasia in dogs; December, pp 919-930.

MELANOMA
Canine melanoma: Combating a destructive and deadly tumor; December, pp 931-942.

MIND OVER MILLER
A worthy successor; January, p 82.

High tech, high toll; February, p 166.

Remembering James Herriot; March, p 258.

The marvel of rodeo; April, p 334.

The content carnivore; May, p 410.

My picks in dog training tools; June, p 502.

Capping your intelligence; July, p 578.

A sporty, educational tradition; August, p 654.

An answer to practice success; September, pp 737-738.

California dreamin’; October, p 814.

’Til death (or bananas) do us part; November, p 890.

Triumph over evil; December, p 966.

NEOPLASIA
Endoscopy case of the month: A dog with chronic gastrointestinal problems; July, pp 532-538.

Osteosarcoma in dogs: Managing a destructive disorder; July, pp 539-546.

Tumors of the adrenal cortex causing hyperadrenocorticism; September, pp 686-706.

Mast cell neoplasia in dogs; December, pp 919-930.

Canine melanoma: Combating a destructive and deadly tumor; December, pp 931-942.

Diagnosis and surgical management of mammary neoplasia in dogs and cats; December, pp 943-949.

NUTRITION
Identifying and feeding patients that require nutritional support; January, pp 60-73.

OPHTHALMOLOGY
Canine cataracts: A review of diagnostic and treatment procedures; January, pp 14-38.

Examining the anterior segment of the eye in small animals; October, pp 792-799.

Examining the posterior segment of the eye in small animals; October, pp 800-805.

OPHTHALMOLOGY CHALLENGE
An enlarging pigmented corneal mass in a cat; June, pp 438-443.

Traumatic glaucoma in a dog; November, pp 830-836.

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
Considerations for successful fracture repair; May, pp 375-384.

Managing coxofemoral luxations in dogs; May, pp 385-391.

Using external skeletal fixation to repair long bone fractures; May, pp 393-400.

Osteosarcoma in dogs: Managing a destructive disorder; July, pp 539-546.

Preventing and treating osteomyelitis; September, pp 678-685.

Canine cranial cruciate ligament repair techniques: Is one best? November, pp 850-856.

OSTEOMYELITIS
Preventing and treating osteomyelitis; September, pp 678-685.

OSTEOSARCOMA
Osteosarcoma in dogs: Managing a destructive disorder; July, pp 539-546.

PAIN MANAGEMENT
Preemptive analgesia: Managing pain before it begins; June, pp 478-492.

PERICARDIAL DISEASE
Acquired pericardial disease: What every practitioner should know; August, pp 635-644.

PHYSICAL REHABILITATION
Physical rehabilitation in small-animal orthopedic patients; March, pp 234-247.

POTASSIUM
A step-by-step approach to managing hyperkalemia; June, pp 446-461.

A practical guide to recognizing and treating hypokalemia; June, pp 462-476.

RABBITS
Managing common gastrointestinal disorders in pet rabbits; March, pp 226-233.

RECTAL SACCULATION
Challenging Cases in Internal Medicine: Alleviating dyschezia in a dog; November, pp 842-849.

REPRODUCTION
Reproduction and breeding management in cats; July, pp 549-556.

Uncovering the cause of infertility in queens; July, pp 557-568.

RESEARCH UPDATES
Risk factors for gastric dilatation-volvulus in Great Danes; January, p 10.

Triceps tenotomy and caudal plates for humeral condylar fractures; January, p 10.

Arthrodesis of the tarsus via a plantar approach; January, pp 10-12.

Combined acrylic and metal external skeletal fixation; January, p 12.

Results of surgery for lumbosacral disk disease; January, p 12.

Identifying prognostic indicators in urinary bladder carcinoma; September, p 669.

Combination chemotherapy for osteosarcoma may prolong survival rates; September, p 669.

The effect of a hydrolyzed collagen dressing on wound healing; September, p 669.

What are the diagnostic markers for canine hip dysplasia? September, p 670.

Evaluating the outcome of an intracapsular technique for cranial cruciate ligament repair; September, p 670.

A novel approach to treating angular limb deformities using T-plate fixation; September, p 671.

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Allergic lung disease in cats and dogs; April, pp 308-320.

Rx UPDATE
Options for treating feline asthma; May, pp 353-356.

THROMBOSIS
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? May, pp 362-373.

TOXICOLOGY BRIEF
Chocolate intoxication; February, pp 108-111.

5-Fluorouracil toxicosis in dogs; April, pp 270-274.

Acute thyroid hormone supplement overdosage; June, pp 424-430.

Bufo species toxicosis: Big toad, big problem; August, pp 594-599.

Antihistamine toxicosis; October, pp 752-765.

Cholecalciferol poisoning; December, pp 905-911.

TOXICOSIS
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? March, pp 206-215.

TRAUMA
Basic wound care and treatment; April, pp 299-307.

Considerations for successful fracture repair; May, pp 375-384.

Managing coxofemoral luxations in dogs; May, pp 385-391.

Using external skeletal fixation to repair long bone fractures; May, pp 393-400.

ULTRASONOGRAPHY
The basics of renal ultrasonography; February, pp 114-133.

URINARY TRACT
Understanding and eradicating bacterial urinary tract infections; October, pp 776-790.

UROLITHIASIS
Managing urolithiasis in cats; September, pp 708-718. Correction: November, p 828.

VENA CAVA
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? May, pp 362-373.

WOUND MANAGEMENT
Basic wound care and treatment; April, pp 299-307.

Preventing and treating osteomyelitis; September, pp 678-685.

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