2006 Subjects A-C - Veterinary Medicine
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2006 Subjects A-C
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An Interview with...
Steven F. Swaim; January, pp 10-11.

Jane Armstrong; February, pp 73-74.

Donald L. Piermattei; March, pp 138-139.

Robert M. Miller; April, pp 196-198.

Denis Marcellin-Little; May, pp 258-259.

Stephen P. DiBartola; June, pp 337-338.

Robin Downing; July, pp 418-420.

William J. Tranquilli; August, pp 488-489.

Ad Rijnberk; September, pp 556-557.

Ellen N. Behrend; October, pp 633-634.

Corinne R. Sweeney; November, pp 705-707.

Robert L. Leighton; December, pp 758-761.

Anesthesia
Anesthesia-related hypotension in a small-animal practice; January, pp 22-26.

Practical Matters: Abnormally low capnography readings may not be due to hyperventilation; October, p 639.

Animal abuse
Animal abuse: What practitioners need to know; August, pp 506-518.

Animal hoarding: Its roots and recognition; August, pp 520-531.

Animal welfare
Guest Commentary: Now is the time to take a stand on animal welfare; August, p 482.

American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting--Veterinary ethics: Controversies, Challenges, and Opportunities; August, p 501.

American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting--Animal rights: Good or bad for veterinarians? August, p 501.

American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting--Ethical issues in companion-animal practice; August, p 502.

American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting--Society, laboratory animals, and the laboratory-animal veterinarian; August, p 502.

American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting--Improving the welfare of farm animals; August, p 503.

American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting--All for one and one for all? August, p 503.

American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting--Wildlife in captivity: Ethics and zoos; August, p 504.

American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting--Veterinarians and animal welfare: What role should the profession play? August, p 504.

Atopic dermatitis
Allergen-specific immunotherapy for canine atopic dermatitis: Making it work; September, pp 590-605.

Client information sheet: Allergen-specific immunotherapy: 4 easy steps for home administration; September, pp 607-608.

Avian influenza
Update: Avian influenza: An emerging feline threat? June, pp 344-347.

Avian medicine
Knemidocoptiasis in birds; December, pp 782-790.

Behavior
Ensuring a behaviorally healthy pet-child relationship; October, pp 670-682.

Client information sheet: Bringing home baby: Introducing a pet to your new arrival; October, pp 683-684.

CVC Highlights: Dispelling the myth of the asocial cat; November, p 712.

Helping owners handle aggressive cats; November, pp 719-727.

Biliary cystadenomatosis
Clinical Exposures: Biliary cystadenomatosis in a ferret; April, pp 199-200.

Brachial plexus tumors
Research Updates: The utility of ultrasonography to detect brachial plexus tumors in dogs; May, p 267.

Canine influenza
CVC Highlights: Canine influenza: Risks, management, and prevention; November, p 714.

Canine pancreatic lipase immunoreactivity assay
Is it pancreatitis? March, pp 158-167.

Serial serum pancreatic lipase immunoreactivity concentrations in a dog with histologically confirmed pancreatitis; March, pp 170-176.

CAPC
CAPC guidelines offer best practices for parasites; March (suppl.), p 2.

Primary guidelines of the Companion Animal Parasite Council; March (suppl.), pp 2-4.

Capnography
Practical Matters: Abnormally low capnography readings may not be due to hyperventilation; October, p 639.

Cardiology
Skills Laboratory: How to determine and interpret the mean electrical axis; January, pp 28-36.

Performing a cardiovascular physical examination; January, pp 37-47.

Pimobendan: Understanding its cardiac effects in dogs with myocardial disease; October, pp 660-668.

Centrifugal fecal flotation
Editors' Guest: Why we gave fecal centrifugation a spin; July, p 414.

Optimize intestinal parasite detection with centrifugal fecal flotation; July, pp 455-464. Clarification: September, p 562.

Chemotherapy
Practical Matters: Things to remember to calculate chemotherapy dosages correctly; October, p 638.

Client information sheets
Allergen-specific immunotherapy: 4 easy steps for home administration; September, pp 607-608.

Bringing home baby: Introducing a pet to your new arrival; October, pp 683-684.

Clinical Exposures
Mycobacterium avium infection in a dog; January, pp 14-18.

Intervertebral disk disease: An unusual cause of a cat's lameness and tail weakness; March, pp 150-155.

Biliary cystadenomatosis in a ferret; April, pp 199-200.

A dog with a nonhealing flank wound; August, pp 495-500.

Corns
Using a dental root elevator to remove footpad corns in dogs: Two practitioners' experience; December, pp 778-780.

Corrections/Clarifications
Idiosyncrasies in greyhounds that can affect their medical care (August 2005); February, p 72.

Optimize intestinal parasite detection with centrifugal fecal flotation (July 2006); September, p 562.

Idea Exchange: Repairing mandibular symphyseal fractures with no slipping (June 2006); September, p 562.

Dental Corner: A foundation for treating canine periodontal disease (October 2006); December, p 762.

Cruciate ligament rupture
Research Updates: Surgically treating cruciate ligament rupture in cats; May, p 268.

Cryptosporidiosis
An update on three important protozoan parasitic infections in cats: cryptosporidiosis, giardiasis, and tritrichomoniasis; March (suppl.), pp 18-32.

CVC Highlights
Dispelling the myth of the asocial cat; November, p 712.

Canine influenza: Risks, management, and prevention; November, p 714.

Tapping social workers to help support distressed pet owners; November, p 715.

Don't miss these commonly misdiagnosed gastrointestinal diseases; November, pp 716-718.

Cystoscopy
Endoscopy Brief: Transurethral cystoscopy and diode laser incision to correct an ectopic ureter; September, pp 558-559.

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