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AN INTERVIEW WITH...
Charles E. Short; January, pp 14-18.

Stephen J. Ettinger; February, pp 88-90.

Jerry and Nancy Jaax; March, pp 182-184.

Niels C. Pedersen; April, pp 256-258.

Michael J. Blackwell; May, pp 330-332.

Carl A. Osborne; June, pp 398-400.

Shirley D. Johnston; July, pp 468-470.

Patricia N. Olson; August, pp 552-554.

Donald E. Thrall; September, pp 636-638.

Stephen J. Withrow; October, pp 702-704.

Mary Beth Leininger; November, pp 770-772.

Lonnie J. King; December, pp 826-828.

ANALGESIA
Analgesia after onychectomy in cats; January, pp 46-54.

Understanding and recognizing cancer pain in dogs and cats; May, pp 352-362.

Treating cancer pain in dogs and cats; May, pp 364-379.

Answering your questions: Practical analgesia in cats; August, pp 602-610.

ANESTHESIA
Answering your questions: Sedating and anesthetizing patients that have organ system dysfunction; July, pp 518-526.

Comparing chemical restraint and anesthetic protocols used for blood donation in cats: One teaching hospital’s experience; September, pp 652-658.

AVIAN SPECIES
Avian influenza: An emerging feline threat? October, pp 727-733. Sidebar: Influenza in greyhounds: A cautionary tale.

Stabilizing companion birds in an emergency; December, pp 832-842.

BABESIOSIS
Three emerging vector-borne diseases in dogs and cats in the United States; May (suppl.), pp 2-10.

BACTERIAL URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS
Bacterial urinary tract infections—Simple and complicated; March, pp 224-230.

BARTONELLOSIS
Three emerging vector-borne diseases in dogs and cats in the United States; May (suppl.), pp 2-10.

BEHAVIOR
Self-directed behaviors in dogs and cats; March, pp 212-223.

Top 10 cat behavior tips; October, pp 743-749.

BLOOD COLLECTION
Comparing chemical restraint and anesthetic protocols used for blood donation in cats: One teaching hospital’s experience; September, pp 652-658.

BONE MARROW EVALUATION
Skills Laboratory: How to collect diagnostic bone marrow samples; August, pp 578-588.

CARDIAC DISEASE
Emergency management of congestive heart failure; October, pp 734-741.

CHEMICAL RESTRAINT
Comparing chemical restraint and anesthetic protocols used for blood donation in cats: One teaching hospital’s experience; September, pp 652-658.

CLIENT INFORMATION SHEET
Fading puppy and kitten syndrome: Do you know the signs? November, pp 807-808.

CLINICAL EXPOSURES
Intervertebral disk disease in a dog with agenesis of a cervical vertebra; March, pp 190-194.

A perinephric pseudocyst in a cat; May, pp 336-340.

CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE
Emergency management of congestive heart failure; October, pp 734-741.

CORRECTIONS
The efficacy of an acidified sodium chlorite solution to treat canine Pseudomonas aeruginosa otitis externa (January); March, p 180.

Three-minute peripheral blood film evaluation: The leukon (December 2004); March, p 180.

Idiosyncrasies in greyhounds that can affect their medical care (August); November, p 775.

CRANIAL CRUCIATE LIGAMENT
Diagnosing cranial cruciate ligament pathology; June, pp 414-423.

Understanding tibial plateau leveling osteotomies in dogs; June, pp 426-437.

CVC HIGHLIGHTS
A new tool for diagnosing acute pancreatitis in dogs; October, p 718.

Interactive play: Essential for pets and people; October, p 718.

Agility dogs: What you need to know; October, p 719.

Essentials for interpreting ECGs in practice; October, p 720.

A new treatment for feline Tritrichomonas foetus infection; October, p 722.

Optimizing antimicrobial therapy; October, p 724.

Bathing is key to managing pruritus in dogs and cats; October, pp 725-726.

CYTAUXZOONOSIS
Three emerging vector-borne diseases in dogs and cats in the United States; May (suppl.), pp 2-10.

DEGENERATIVE LUMBOSACRAL STENOSIS
Degenerative lumbosacral stenosis in dogs; July, pp 500-516.

DENTAL CORNER
How to detect and treat feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions; February, pp 102-110.

How to perform a nonsurgical extraction; May, pp 341-345.

How to perform a surgical extraction; July, pp 476-482.

DENTAL PROPHYLAXIS
Editors’ Guest: Prophy on! February, p 86.

DERMATOLOGY CHALLENGE
Self-mutilation and over-grooming in a Siamese cat; February, pp 95-101.

DERMATOLOGY UPDATE
Can dextromethorphan be used to treat repetitive itching and scratching in atopic dogs? January, pp 20-23.

DIROFILARIA IMMITIS INFECTION
Recommendations for diagnosing, treating, and preventing heartworm disease; May (suppl.), pp 19-25.

DISASTER RELIEF
Editors’ Guest: Responding to Rita: Retrofitting a large-animal hospital to serve a community’s needs; October, p 700.

DISSEMINATED INTRAVASCULAR COAGULATION
The pathophysiology of DIC: When the hemostatic system malfunctions; September, pp 660-669.

DIC: Diagnosing and treating a complex disorder; September, pp 670-678.

EDITORS’ GUEST
Prophy on! February, p 86.

Are you doing your best to protect pets and their owners? August, p 548.

Responding to Rita: Retrofitting a large-animal hospital to serve a community’s needs; October, p 700.

EMERGENCY MEDICINE
Emergency management of congestive heart failure; October, pp 734-741.

Stabilizing companion birds in an emergency; December, pp 832-842.

ENDOCRINOLOGY
Current and future alternatives to surgical neutering in ferrets to prevent hyperadrenocorticism; July, pp 484-496.

ENDOSCOPY BRIEF
Using an arthroscope to identify and remove renal and ureteral calculi; January, p 33.

Treating osteochondritis dissecans of the stifle with arthroscopic surgery; March, p 196.

Identifying and treating an ununited accessory caudal glenoid ossification center; June, pp 408-409.

EXOTIC-ANIMAL PUZZLER
What caused this cockatiel’s temporomandibular rigidity? February, pp 115-116.

FADING PUPPY AND KITTEN SYNDROME
Causes of fading puppy and kitten syndrome; November, pp 781-789.

Evaluating fading puppies and kittens; November, pp 790-798.

Initially treating fading puppies and kittens; November, pp 800-805.

FERRETS
Current and future alternatives to surgical neutering in ferrets to prevent hyperadrenocorticism; July, pp 484-496.

FISH MEDICINE
Performing a basic examination in fish; December, pp 844-858.

GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
Controlling canine and feline gastrointestinal helminths; May (suppl.), pp 12-18.

GRAPES
Raisins and grapes: Potentially lethal treats for dogs; May, pp 346-350.

GREYHOUNDS
Idiosyncrasies in greyhounds that can affect their medical care; August, pp 592-600. Correction: November, p 775.

Avian influenza: An emerging feline threat? October, pp 727-733. Sidebar: Influenza in greyhounds: A cautionary tale.

HEARTWORM DISEASE
Recommendations for diagnosing, treating, and preventing heartworm disease; May (suppl.), pp 19-25.

HELMINTHS
Controlling canine and feline gastrointestinal helminths; May (suppl.), pp 12-18.

HEMOSTATIC SYSTEM
The pathophysiology of DIC: When the hemostatic system malfunctions; September, pp 660-669.

DIC: Diagnosing and treating a complex disorder; September, pp 670-678.

HEPATIC ENCEPHALOPATHY
A challenging case: A collie with acute neurologic signs; March, pp 203-211.

HEPATIC MICROVASCULAR DYSPLASIA
A challenging case: A collie with acute neurologic signs; March, pp 203-211.

HYPERADRENOCORTICISM
Current and future alternatives to surgical neutering in ferrets to prevent hyperadrenocorticism; July, pp 484-496.

INFLUENZA
Avian influenza: An emerging feline threat? October, pp 727-733. Sidebar: Influenza in greyhounds: A cautionary tale.

LETTERS
Product misidentified in study (Kemp, G.K.); March, p 180.

Charles Short: An inspiration for excellence (Prouty, C.D.); July, p 466.

Fair pay for good work (Allen, J.); September, p 634.

Dr. James L. Voss: An inspiration in my life (Sheppard, J.D.); September, p 634.

LIMB-SPARING PROCEDURES
Current treatment options for dogs with appendicular osteosarcoma; April, pp 295-307.

LIVER
A challenging case: A lethargic and depressed dog with a long history of problems; January, pp 40-44.

A challenging case: A collie with acute neurologic signs; March, pp 203-211.

LYMPHOMA
Treating lymphoma in dogs and cats; April, pp 285-294.

MAST CELL TUMORS
Treatment options for canine cutaneous mast cell tumors; April, pp 272-284.

MIND OVER MILLER
Upon closer inspection; January, p 74.

Remembering Dr. Wayne O. Kester; February, p 166.

Hypochondria, here we come! March, p 242.

The evolving pet diet; April, p 318.

Seniors: Lose weight without exercising and grow your hair back! May, p 386.

A lesson from my father; June, p 454.

Professionalism counts! July, p 538.

People say the darndest things; August, p 622.

My first day in practice; September, p 690.

Does humor translate? October, p 758.

The dangers of denial; November, p 818.

Old dogs are the best; December, p 870.

NEONATAL PUPPIES AND KITTENS
Causes of fading puppy and kitten syndrome; November, pp 781-789.

Evaluating fading puppies and kittens; November, pp 790-798.

Initially treating fading puppies and kittens; November, pp 800-805.

NEOPLASIA
Treatment options for canine cutaneous mast cell tumors; April, pp 272-284.

Treating lymphoma in dogs and cats; April, pp 285-294.

Current treatment options for dogs with appendicular osteosarcoma; April, pp 295-307.

Understanding and recognizing cancer pain in dogs and cats; May, pp 352-362.

Treating cancer pain in dogs and cats; May, pp 364-379.

NEUROLOGY
Skills Laboratory, Part 1: Performing a neurologic examination; February, pp 118-132.

Skills Laboratory, Part 2: Interpreting the results of a neurologic examination; February, pp 136-142.

Answering your questions: Adult-onset neurodegenerative diseases in dogs and cats; February, pp 144-154.

A challenging case: A collie with acute neurologic signs; March, pp 203-211.

Degenerative lumbosacral stenosis in dogs; July, pp 500-516.

ON THE FOREFRONT
Cardiac cellular transplantation: A future treatment for heart disease? February, pp 92-94.

Studying the effects of polyethylene glycol in dogs with acute spinal cord injuries; March, pp 197-198.

Extended-release liposomal opioids for treating pain in dogs; October, pp 708-711.

ONCHOCERCA SPECIES
A challenging case: A dog with ocular masses; August, pp 570-576.

ONYCHECTOMY
Analgesia after onychectomy in cats; January, pp 46-54.

OPHTHALMOLOGY
A challenging case: A dog with ocular masses; August, pp 570-576.

OPHTHALMOLOGY CHALLENGE
A greyhound with red eyes; April, pp 264-268.

ORTHOPEDICS
Diagnosing cranial cruciate ligament pathology; June, pp 414-423.

Understanding tibial plateau leveling osteotomies in dogs; June, pp 426-437.

Physical rehabilitation: Improving the outcome in dogs with orthopedic problems; June, pp 438-448.

Degenerative lumbosacral stenosis in dogs; July, pp 500-516.

OSTEOSARCOMA
Current treatment options for dogs with appendicular osteosarcoma; April, pp 295-307.

OTITIS
The efficacy of an acidified sodium chlorite solution to treat canine Pseudomonas aeruginosa otitis externa; January, pp 55-63. Correction: March, p 180.

PAIN MANAGEMENT
Analgesia after onychectomy in cats; January, pp 46-54.

Understanding and recognizing cancer pain in dogs and cats; May, pp 352-362.

Treating cancer pain in dogs and cats; May, pp 364-379.

Answering your questions: Practical analgesia in cats; August, pp 602-610.

PARASITOLOGY
Three emerging vector-borne diseases in dogs and cats in the United States; May (suppl.), pp 2-10.

Controlling canine and feline gastrointestinal helminths; May (suppl.), pp 12-18.

Recommendations for diagnosing, treating, and preventing heartworm disease; May (suppl.), pp 19-25.

West Nile virus infection: Essential facts for small-animal practitioners; May (suppl.), pp 26-32.

Editors’ Guest: Are you doing your best to protect pets and their owners? August, p 548.

A challenging case: A dog with ocular masses; August, pp 570-576.

PHYSICAL REHABILITATION
Physical rehabilitation: Improving the outcome in dogs with orthopedic problems; June, pp 438-448.

PRACTICAL MATTERS
Topical atropine: An overused medication; March, p 187.

Artificial tears are vital in treating dry eye; March, p 187.

Consider immunohistochemistry when identifying tumors; March, pp 187-188.

Evaluating pupillary light reflexes aids prognostication; July, p 472.

NSAIDs and corticosteroids are a risky combination; July, p 472.

Routinely assess sterilizer efficacy with indicator strips and spore tests; July, p 473.

Evaluate the urinary tract in patients with hyperadrenocorticism or diabetes mellitus; November, p 774.

Several liver enzyme activities may increase in dogs receiving corticosteroids; November, p 774.

Recheck low platelet counts in asymptomatic patients; November, p 775.

PSEUDOMONAS AERUGINOSA
The efficacy of an acidified sodium chlorite solution to treat canine Pseudomonas aeruginosa otitis externa; January, pp 55-63. Correction: March, p 180.

RAISINS
Raisins and grapes: Potentially lethal treats for dogs; May, pp 346-350.

REPRODUCTION
Current and future alternatives to surgical neutering in ferrets to prevent hyperadrenocorticism; July, pp 484-496.

RESEARCH UPDATES
Efficacy of oral carprofen after cranial cruciate surgery; January, p 29.

Clinicopathologic features of retroperitoneal sarcomas in dogs; January, p 29.

Functional outcome in dogs and cats surviving cardiopulmonary arrest; January, p 30.

Identifying biochemical markers in abdominal effusions; January, p 30.

Is there an early radiographic marker for hip dysplasia in dogs? January, p 32.

The efficacy of ameroid ring constrictors for treating portosystemic shunts; September, p 640.

Pneumogastrography: An alternative for diagnosing gastric diseases; September, p 640.

Evaluating two analgesic options for dogs undergoing orthopedic surgery; September, p 641.

How effective is surgical excision of feline cutaneous hemangiosarcomas? September, p 642.

Repairing fractures by using biodegradable bone plates; September, p 642.

SEDATION
Answering your questions: Sedating and anesthetizing patients that have organ system dysfunction; July, pp 518-526.

SELF-DIRECTED BEHAVIOR
Self-directed behaviors in dogs and cats; March, pp 212-223.

SKILLS LABORATORY
Skills Laboratory, Part 1: Performing a neurologic examination; February, pp 118-132.

Skills Laboratory, Part 2: Interpreting the results of a neurologic examination; February, pp 136-142.

Skills Laboratory: How to collect diagnostic bone marrow samples; August, pp 578-588.

SODIUM CHLORITE SOLUTION
The efficacy of an acidified sodium chlorite solution to treat canine Pseudomonas aeruginosa otitis externa; January, pp 55-63. Correction: March, p 180.

SPECIAL ISSUE
A century of change: Ten scientific and social breakthroughs that transformed our profession; April (suppl.), pp 2-64.

SPLEEN
A challenging case: A lethargic and depressed dog with a long history of problems; January, pp 40-44.

STIFLE JOINT
Diagnosing cranial cruciate ligament pathology; June, pp 414-423.

Understanding tibial plateau leveling osteotomies in dogs; June, pp 426-437.

STROKES
Answering your questions: Adult-onset neurodegenerative diseases in dogs and cats; February, pp 144-154.

TIBIAL PLATEAU LEVELING OSTEOTOMY
Understanding tibial plateau leveling osteotomies in dogs; June, pp 426-437.

TOXICOLOGY
Raisins and grapes: Potentially lethal treats for dogs; May, pp 346-350.

TOXICOLOGY BRIEF
Moth repellent toxicosis; January, pp 24-28.

Allium species poisoning in dogs and cats; August, pp 562-566.

The dangers of yew ingestion; September, pp 646-650.

URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS
Bacterial urinary tract infections—Simple and complicated; March, pp 224-230.

VECTOR-BORNE DISEASES
Three emerging vector-borne diseases in dogs and cats in the United States; May (suppl.), pp 2-10.

Recommendations for diagnosing, treating, and preventing heartworm disease; May (suppl.), pp 19-25.

West Nile virus infection: Essential facts for small-animal practitioners; May (suppl.), pp 26-32.

VIROLOGY
West Nile virus infection: Essential facts for small-animal practitioners; May (suppl.), pp 26-32.

Avian influenza: An emerging feline threat? October, pp 727-733. Sidebar: Influenza in greyhounds: A cautionary tale.

WEST NILE VIRUS INFECTION
West Nile virus infection: Essential facts for small-animal practitioners; May (suppl.), pp 26-32.

ZOONOSIS
Controlling canine and feline gastrointestinal helminths; May (suppl.), pp 12-18.

Editors’ Guest: Are you doing your best to protect pets and their owners? August, p 548.

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