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ACUPUNCTURE
Using acupuncture in veterinary practice; August, pp 615-631.

ACUTE ABDOMEN
Evaluating and managing acute abdomen; January, pp 56-69.

ALTERNATIVE AND COMPLEMENTARY THERAPIES
Using acupuncture in veterinary practice; August, pp 615-631.

ANESTHESIA
An overview of common anesthetic monitoring devices; October, pp 10-17 (suppl.).

ARRHYTHMIA
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? November, pp 838-842.

AVIAN SPECIES
Basic psittacine pediatrics; May, pp 378-388.

BEHAVIOR
Evaluating a feline facial pheromone analogue to control urine spraying; February, pp 151-155.

BEHAVIOR Q&A
Transforming an outdoor cat into an indoor cat; November, p 830.

CANINE SPECIES
Skin diseases in greyhounds; February, pp 115-124.

Using imaging studies to evaluate urinary problems in dogs; April, pp 297-305.

Cutaneous markers of hepatic and pancreatic diseases in dogs and cats; April, pp 306-314.

Prostatic diseases in dogs: A review; April, pp 315-321.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? May, pp 370-375.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? June, pp 443-447.

Clinically evaluating gastric diseases in dogs and cats; June, pp 450-465.

Hypoadrenocorticism in dogs and cats; June, pp 468-476.

Polyendocrine gland failure in dogs; June, pp 477-482.

Endoscopy case of the month: Chronic vomiting in a dog; July, pp 528-531.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? September, pp 694-699.

Modern breeding management in dogs; September, pp 708-714.

Identifying and managing infertility in bitches; September, pp 716-725.

Calcipotriene poisoning in dogs; October, pp 770-778.

Assessing breeding soundness in male dogs; October, pp 782-791.

Managing pregnant and whelping dogs; October, pp 793-800.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? November, pp 838-842.

Managing spinal fractures and luxations in dogs; November, pp 868-876.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? December, pp 919-923.

CLIENT INFORMATION SHEETS
Taking care of your pregnant dog; October, pp 801-802.

CLINICAL EXPOSURES
Mammary gland adenocarcinoma with pulmonary metastases; January, p 10.

If it’s not neoplasia, it may be pythiosis; March, pp 198-200.

Cuterebra species infection in a cat; April,
p 291.

Pseudorabies in two dogs; June, pp 439-442.

Ventral skin lumps in cats; July, pp 508-511.

Corticosteroid-induced colonic ulcers; August, p 604.

Guinea pig dermatophytosis; October, p 755.

Abdominal lymphosarcoma and chronic splenic rupture; November, p 837.

Paragonimiasis in a cat in Kentucky; December, pp 909-911.

CLINICAL PATHOLOGY
Analyzing the results of a complete blood cell count; July, pp 534-546.

Interpreting electrolyte, anion gap, and total carbon dioxide data; July, pp 548-553.

Understanding and evaluating renal function; July, pp 555-566.

CLINICAL Q&A
Managing chronic renal failure in geriatric cats; January, pp 11-18.

Feline leukemia virus infection in an asymptomatic patient; February, p 98.

Testing for iatrogenic hyperadrenocorticism; April, p 287; May, p 367.

Monitoring blood glucose in cats at home; May, pp 368-369.

Diagnosing hyperadrenocorticism in a hyperactive dog; June, p 438.

Managing a fractious diabetic cat; August, pp 597-598.

Interpreting inconclusive adrenal function test results; September, p 668.

Common serum chemistry profile interpretation errors; October, p 25 (suppl.).

Treating canine hyperadrenocorticism of unknown etiology; November, pp 828-829.

CYTOLOGY
Diagnosing neoplasia: The cytologic criteria for malignancy; March, pp 204-223.

Cytologic examination of cutaneous and subcutaneous lumps and lesions; March, pp 224-242.

Liver cytology: Interpreting needle biopsy samples; March, pp 244-249.

DENTAL CORNER
Persistent sneezing caused by a tooth foreign body; February, p 106.

Finding and extracting the cause of an unresolving suborbital fistula; August, pp 592-596.

An inflamed lesion involving a cat’s canine; October, pp 752-754.

DERMATOLOGY
Skin diseases in greyhounds; February, pp 115-124.

Cytologic examination of cutaneous and subcutaneous lumps and lesions; March, pp 224-242.

Cutaneous markers of hepatic and pancreatic diseases in dogs and cats; April, pp 306-314.

Modern flea eradication: The best of the old and the new; September, pp 701-704.

Managing common feline ectoparasites; September, pp 12-18 (CE Advisor).

DERMATOLOGY CHALLENGE
An Irish setter with intense pruritus; January, pp 22-25.

A basset hound with swollen third eyelids and skin masses; February, pp 99-100.

A cat with chronic alopecia and pruritus; March, pp 194-197.

A dog with elephant-like skin; May, pp 360-362.

DIABETES MELLITUS
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? January, pp 43-54.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? June, pp 443-447.

Polyendocrine gland failure in dogs; June, pp 477-482.

DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES
Evaluating and managing acute abdomen; January, pp 56-69.

An approach to diagnosing and treating feline hyperadrenocorticism; February, pp 142-149. Clarification: April, p 287.

Diagnosing neoplasia: The cytologic criteria for malignancy; March, pp 204-223.

Cytologic examination of cutaneous and subcutaneous lumps and lesions; March, pp 224-242.

Liver cytology: Interpreting needle biopsy samples; March, pp 244-249.

Using imaging studies to evaluate urinary problems in dogs; April, pp 297-305.

Clinically evaluating gastric diseases in dogs and cats; June, pp 450-465.

Analyzing the results of a complete blood cell count; July, pp 534-546.

Interpreting electrolyte, anion gap, and total carbon dioxide data; July, pp 548-553.

Understanding and evaluating renal function; July, pp 555-566.

A clinical approach to patients with fever of unknown origin; August, pp 633-642.

The expanding role of ultrasonography in everyday practice; October, pp 18-24 (suppl.).

ECTOPARASITES
Modern flea eradication: The best of the old and the new; September, pp 701-704.

Managing common feline ectoparasites; September, pp 12-18 (CE Advisor).

ENDOCRINOLOGY
An approach to diagnosing and treating feline hyperadrenocorticism; February, pp 142-149. Clarification: April, p 287.

Hypoadrenocorticism in dogs and cats; June, pp 468-476.

Polyendocrine gland failure in dogs; June, pp 477-482.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? August, pp 606-614.

ENDOPARASITES
A review of common internal parasites in cats; September, pp 3-11 (CE Advisor).

ENDOSCOPY
Endoscopy case of the month: Identifying the cause of acute hematemesis in a cat; April, pp 292-296.

Endoscopy case of the month: Chronic vomiting in a dog; July, pp 528-531.

Endoscopy case of the month: Intermittent vomiting and weight loss in a cat; October, pp 764-769.

EQUINE PROTOZOAL MYELOENCEPHALITIS
Equine protozoal myeloencephalitis: Recent advances in diagnosis and treatment; February, pp 3-17 (CE Advisor).

EQUINE SPECIES
Equine protozoal myeloencephalitis: Recent advances in diagnosis and treatment; February, pp 3-17 (CE Advisor).

EXOTIC-ANIMAL PUZZLER
Persistent dysuria in a rabbit; February, p 114.

A ferret with an enlarged bladder; April, p 282.

A progressive corneal growth in a rabbit; June, p 432.

Causes of splenomegaly in ferrets; August, p 599.

Anorexia in a rabbit; October, p 762.

A dyspneic ferret; December, p 908.

EXOTIC SPECIES
Basic psittacine pediatrics; May, pp 378-388.

Providing preventive health care for pet potbellied pigs; May, pp 390-398.

Midbody swelling in a corn snake; May, pp 400-406.

FECAL IMPACTION
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? August, pp 606-614.

FELINE SPECIES
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? January, pp 30-42.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? January, pp 43-54.

Is it IBD? Managing inflammatory disease in the feline gastrointestinal tract; February, pp 128-140.

An approach to diagnosing and treating feline hyperadrenocorticism; February, pp 142-149. Clarification: April, p 287.

Evaluating a feline facial pheromone analogue to control urine spraying; February, pp 151-155.

Endoscopy case of the month: Identifying the cause of acute hematemesis in a cat; April, pp 292-296.

Cutaneous markers of hepatic and pancreatic diseases in dogs and cats; April, pp 306-314.

Clinically evaluating gastric diseases in dogs and cats; June, pp 450-465.

Hypoadrenocorticism in dogs and cats; June, pp 468-476.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? August, pp 606-614.

A review of common internal parasites in cats; September, pp 3-11 (CE Advisor).

Managing common feline ectoparasites; September, pp 12-18 (CE Advisor).

Endoscopy case of the month: Intermittent vomiting and weight loss in a cat; October, pp 764-769.

FEVER
A clinical approach to patients with fever of unknown origin; August, pp 633-642.

FLEAS
Modern flea eradication: The best of the old and the new; September, pp 701-704.

Managing common feline ectoparasites; September, pp 12-18 (CE Advisor).

FRACTURES
Managing spinal fractures and luxations in dogs; November, pp 868-876.

Recognizing and treating intra-articular fractures; December, pp 936-944.

GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
Is it IBD? Managing inflammatory disease in the feline gastrointestinal tract; February, pp 128-140.

Endoscopy case of the month: Identifying the cause of acute hematemesis in a cat; April, pp 292-296.

Clinically evaluating gastric diseases in dogs and cats; June, pp 450-465.

Endoscopy case of the month: Chronic vomiting in a dog; July, pp 528-531.

Endoscopy case of the month: Intermittent vomiting and weight loss in a cat; October, pp 764-769.

HEARTWORM DISEASE
A review of common internal parasites in cats; September, pp 3-11 (CE Advisor).

HERNIA
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? December, pp 919-923.

HYPERADRENOCORTICISM
An approach to diagnosing and treating feline hyperadrenocorticism; February, pp 142-149. Clarification: April, p 287.

HYPOADRENOCORTICISM
Hypoadrenocorticism in dogs and cats; June, pp 468-476.

Polyendocrine gland failure in dogs; June, pp 477-482.

HYPOTHYROIDISM
Polyendocrine gland failure in dogs; June, pp 477-482.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? August, pp 606-614.

IMAGING CASE OF THE MONTH
Using radiographs to diagnose the cause of vomiting in a dog; September, pp 688-690.

INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE
Endoscopy case of the month: Intermittent vomiting and weight loss in a cat; October, pp 764-769.

JOINTS
Recognizing and treating joint luxations; December, pp 926-934.

Recognizing and treating intra-articular fractures; December, pp 936-944.

KERATOMYCOSIS
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? May, pp 370-375.

KIDNEYS
Understanding and evaluating renal function; July, pp 555-566.

LASERS
Using biomedical lasers in veterinary practice; October, pp 4-9 (suppl.).

LETTERS
Disagreement about dominance (Robinson, S.N.); response: (Overall, K.L.); March, pp 180-183.

Should veterinarians use the word “expensive”? (Bowlin, C.L.); response: (Norsworthy, G.D.); March, pp 183-184.

LIVER
Liver cytology: Interpreting needle biopsy samples; March, pp 244-249.

Cutaneous markers of hepatic and pancreatic diseases in dogs and cats; April, pp 306-314.

MIND OVER MILLER
Unconditional love; January, p 82.

A matter of life and death; February, p 166.

One of a Kind; March, p 266.

Seminar in the Sun; April, p 342.

A sore issue; May, p 418.

We the people; June, p 494.

The opportunity of a lifetime; July, p 578.

A noble profession; August, p 654.

TV commercials: In good taste? September, p 738.

A wild idea; October, p 814.

Soap: A dirty word? November, p 890.

Should Uncle Sam oversee nutritional supplements? December, p 966.

MONITORS
An overview of common anesthetic monitoring devices; October, pp 10-17 (suppl.).

NEOPLASIA
Diagnosing neoplasia: The cytologic criteria for malignancy; March, pp 204-223.

Cytologic examination of cutaneous and subcutaneous lumps and lesions; March, pp 224-242.

Endoscopy case of the month: Identifying the cause of acute hematemesis in a cat; April, pp 292-296.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? September, pp 694-699.

Endoscopy case of the month: Intermittent vomiting and weight loss in a cat; October, pp 764-769.

NEUROLOGIC DISEASE
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? January, pp 30-42.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? January, pp 43-54.

Equine protozoal myeloencephalitis: Recent advances in diagnosis and treatment; February, pp 3-17 (CE Advisor).

Acute spinal cord trauma: Mechanisms and clinical syndromes; November, pp 846-849.

Initial assessment of patients with spinal cord trauma; November, pp 851-853.

A review of experimental and clinical treatments for acute spinal cord injury; November, pp 855-866.

Managing spinal fractures and luxations in dogs; November, pp 868-876.

OPHTHALMOLOGY
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? May, pp 370-375.

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY
Managing spinal fractures and luxations in dogs; November, pp 868-876.

Recognizing and treating joint luxations; December, pp 926-934.

Recognizing and treating intra-articular fractures; December, pp 936-944.

PANCREAS
Cutaneous markers of hepatic and pancreatic diseases in dogs and cats; April, pp 306-314.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? September, pp 694-699.

PHEROMONE
Evaluating a feline facial pheromone analogue to control urine spraying; February, pp 151-155.

PHYSALOPTERA SPECIES
Endoscopy case of the month: Chronic vomiting in a dog; July, pp 528-531.

POTBELLIED PIGS
Providing preventive health care for pet potbellied pigs; May, pp 390-398.

PROSTATE GLAND
Prostatic diseases in dogs: A review; April, pp 315-321.

RADIOGRAPHY
Using imaging studies to evaluate urinary problems in dogs; April, pp 297-305.

REPRODUCTION
Prostatic diseases in dogs: A review; April, pp 315-321.

Modern breeding management in dogs; September, pp 708-714.

Identifying and managing infertility in bitches; September, pp 716-725.

Assessing breeding soundness in male dogs; October, pp 782-791.

Managing pregnant and whelping dogs; October, pp 793-800.

REPTILES
Midbody swelling in a corn snake; May, pp 400-406.

RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? January, pp 30-42.

Rx UPDATE
Two transition metals show promise in treating diabetic cats; March, pp 190-193.

Potential therapies for recurrent idiopathic cystitis in cats; July, pp 512-515.

Life after cisapride: Prokinetic drugs for small animals; September, pp 678-685.

SEIZURES
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? January, pp 30-42.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? September, pp 694-699.

SPINAL CORD DISORDERS
Acute spinal cord trauma: Mechanisms and clinical syndromes; November, pp 846-849.

Initial assessment of patients with spinal cord trauma; November, pp 851-853.

A review of experimental and clinical treatments for acute spinal cord injury; November, pp 855-866.

Managing spinal fractures and luxations in dogs; November, pp 868-876.

SPLEEN
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? November, pp 838-842.

SYNAPTIC TEASERS
Synaptic Teasers; January, pp 26-29.

Synaptic Teasers; May, pp 363-365.

TECHNOLOGY
Using biomedical lasers in veterinary practice; October, pp 4-9 (suppl.).

An overview of common anesthetic monitoring devices; October, pp 10-17 (suppl.).

The expanding role of ultrasonography in everyday practice; October, pp 18-24 (suppl.).

TOXICOLOGY BRIEF
Ice melts are health hazards; February, pp 110-112.

Tremorgenic mycotoxin intoxication; April, pp 283-286.

Antidepressant drug overdoses in dogs; July, pp 520-525.

Local anesthetic toxicosis; September, pp 670-673.

Calcium channel blocker toxicosis; December, pp 912-915.

TOXICOSIS
Calcipotriene poisoning in dogs; October, pp 770-778.

TRAUMA
Acute spinal cord trauma: Mechanisms and clinical syndromes; November, pp 846-849.

Initial assessment of patients with spinal cord trauma; November, pp 851-853.

A review of experimental and clinical treatments for acute spinal cord injury; November, pp 855-866.

Managing spinal fractures and luxations in dogs; November, pp 868-876.

Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? December, pp 919-923.

Recognizing and treating joint luxations; December, pp 926-934.

Recognizing and treating intra-articular fractures; December, pp 936-944.

ULTRASONOGRAPHY
Using imaging studies to evaluate urinary problems in dogs; April, pp 297-305.

The expanding role of ultrasonography in everyday practice; October, pp 18-24 (suppl.).

URINARY TRACT
Using imaging studies to evaluate urinary problems in dogs; April, pp 297-305.

UROLITHIASIS
Challenging cases in internal medicine: What’s your diagnosis? June, pp 443-447.

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