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Hammer, Gregory S.
Leading Off: A challenge that could save pets’ lives; April, p 192.

Harari, Joseph
Research Updates
Using thermography to evaluate limbs in dogs; February, p 76.
Comparing temperature measurement devices in dogs; February, p 78.
How well does abdominal ultrasonographic evaluation guide surgeons? February, p 78.
The prevalence of and risk factors for canine appendicular osteosarcoma; February, p 79.
Effect of the moon on emergency room visits; February, pp 79-80.

Practical Matters: Use comparison radiographs when identifying orthopedic lesions in young dogs; November, p 599.

Harkin, Kenneth R.
Leading Off: Making the most of specialty referral services; November, pp 586-587.

Harrell, Karyn
IMHA: Diagnosing and treating a complex disease; December, pp 660-671.

Hart, Benjamin L.
Video: Gender-specific behaviors in dogs and cats: A surprising difference; December, p 633.

CVC Central 2008 Highlights: Why do dogs and cats eat grass? December, pp 648-649.

Hess, Michal O.
Clinical Exposures: Incidental finding of a peritoneopericardial hernia in a cat; October, pp 538-539.

Hill, Kate
A challenging case: Glucagonoma-associated superficial necrolytic dermatitis in a dog; March, pp 146-153.

Huang, Alice A.
10 simple but essential tests; June (suppl.), pp 10-14.

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Irizarry, Armando
A challenging case: Glucagonoma-associated superficial necrolytic dermatitis in a dog; March, pp 146-153.

Isakow, Kevin
A challenging case: Esophageal leiomyoma in a dog; November, pp 606-610.

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Johnson, Mark
Toxicology Brief: Sodium hypochlorite bleach ingestion in two dogs; January, pp 13-18.

Johnson, Roger
A challenging case: Thymic cyst and recurrent chylothorax in a cat; September, pp 492-503.

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Kazacos, Kevin R.
Just Ask the Expert: Dr. Kevin R. Kazacos; November, p 592.

Khan, Safdar A.
Toxicology Brief: Brunfelsia species: Beautiful but deadly; March, pp 138-143.

Knoll, Joyce S.
Clinical Exposures: Canine transmissible venereal tumor: The cytologic clues; June, pp 296-304.

Clinical Exposures: Preovulatory stasis and dystocia in oviparous lizards; November, pp 595-598.

Koehler, Carl
A challenging case: Thymic cyst and recurrent chylothorax in a cat; September, pp 492-503.

KuKanich, Butch
A review of selected systemic antifungal drugs for use in dogs and cats; January, pp 41-50.

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Langston, Cathy E.
Video: Proteinuria in cats with chronic kidney disease; September, p 477.

Video: Diet considerations in pets with kidney disease; October, p 531.

Laverty, Peter
A challenging case: Glucagonoma-associated superficial necrolytic dermatitis in a dog; March, pp 146-153.

LeBlanc, Amy K.
Practical Matters: Consider cross-sectional imaging before surgery for feline injection-site sarcomas; September, p 490.

Lemmons, Matthew
Dental Corner: Dental fracture treatment options in dogs and cats; July, pp 363-371.

LeRoith, Tanya
A challenging case: Glucagonoma-associated superficial necrolytic dermatitis in a dog; March, pp 146-153.

Lineberger, Jayce
Video: How to apply a spoon splint; December, p 633.
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CVC Central 2008 Highlights: Avoid common bandaging mistakes in dogs and cats; December, pp 658-659.

Lister, Stephanie A.
A challenging case: Esophageal leiomyoma in a dog; November, pp 606-610.

Little, Susan E.
ClinQuiz: Parasitology; February, pp 86-90.

ClinQuiz: Ectoparasites; August, pp 423-428.

Lucas, Pamela W.
An update on diagnosing and treating primary lung tumors; March, pp 154-169.

Luck, David
Practical Matters: Early screening and the role of DARthroplasty as an intervention in young dogs with hip dysplasia; December, pp 642-646.

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Melidone, Raffaele
Clinical Exposures: Preovulatory stasis and dystocia in oviparous lizards; November, pp 595-598.

Merck, Melinda D.
The Veterinary Medicine Interview; February, pp 72-74.

Miller, Robert M.
The interview: Species-specific silliness; January, p 58.

Exercise your right to write prescriptions; February, p 126.

A little bit of horse sense; March, p 178.

There go we all; April, p 230.

When discussing life and death, words matter; May, p 282.

Our profession’s behavior problem; June, p 342.

A really good dog; July, p 410.

Not all of my patients are animals; August, p 470.

Crutches add a new perspective; September, p 522.

We do what we have to do! October, p 574.

Things change, appreciation remains; November, p 626.

The ghosts of Christmas past; December, p 678.

Moriello, Karen A.
A busy clinician’s review of cyclosporine; May, pp 266-274.

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