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Dental Corner
Educate your clients about dental home care for their pets; May, pp 296-300.

Client handout: How to brush your pet’s teeth; May, p 304.

Properly equip your dental suite; July, pp 446-450.

Dental radiography
Video: Visualizing the bisecting angle technique; October, p 635.

Video: How to avoid errors of vertical angulation; October, p 635.

Video: Radiographing the maxillary canines in dogs; October, p 635.

How to obtain the best dental radiographs; October (suppl.), pp 1-15.

Interpreting dental radiographs: The clues to clinical disease; October (suppl.), pp 16-24.

Dentistry
Video: What dental procedures do you recommend for kittens during their first year? February, p 83.

Video: What dental procedures do you recommend for puppies during their first year? February, p 83.

Video: What are your recommendations regarding dental home care and dental radiography? February, p 83.

Pediatric dentistry: An overview of common problems you’ll see in practice; February, pp 118-132.

Dental Corner: Educate your clients about dental home care for their pets; May, pp 296-300.

Client handout: How to brush your pet’s teeth; May, p 304.

Dental Corner: Properly equip your dental suite; July, pp 446-450.

Video: Visualizing the bisecting angle technique; October, p 635.

Video: How to avoid errors of vertical angulation; October, p 635.

Video: Radiographing the maxillary canines in dogs; October, p 635.

How to obtain the best dental radiographs; October (suppl.), pp 1-15.

Interpreting dental radiographs: The clues to clinical disease; October (suppl.), pp 16-24.

Dermatology
Video: Diagnosing and treating skin diseases: What are our most common mistakes? January, p 7; November, p 701.

Research Updates: Role of subcutaneous tissues in skin wound healing; January, p 24.

Dermatologic manifestations and nutritional management of adverse food reactions; January, pp 51-64.

Client handout: How to conduct a limited-antigen diet trial; January, p 57.

Video: Cyclosporine use in cats and dogs; March, p 151.

Video: What you need to know about otoscope cone and bulb syringe combination; May, p 279.

What's new in dermatologic therapy? June, pp 384-391.

Diagnosis and treatment of solar dermatitis in dogs; August, pp 511-515.

Clinical Exposures: Canine dermatophyte infection; December, pp 771-774.

Dermatophytosis
Clinical Exposures: Canine dermatophyte infection; December, pp 771-774.

Diabetes mellitus
The latest management recommendations for cats and dogs with nonketotic diabetes mellitus; September, pp 600-616.

Diagnostic imaging
Practical Matters: Ultrasonography's limits in staging tumors; March, p 164.

Research Updates: Using computed tomography to find nongastrointestinal foreign bodies; June, p 360.

Practical Matters: Canine pregnancy diagnosis: serum relaxin or ultrasonography? June, p 366.

Diagnostic imaging for linear foreign bodies in cats; August, pp 518-526.

Practical Matters: Radiography helps confirm complete radiopaque calculi removal; September, p 580.

How to obtain the best dental radiographs; October (suppl.), pp 1-15.

Interpreting dental radiographs: The clues to clinical disease; October (suppl.), pp 16-24.

Diagnostic procedures
Video: Evaluating rabbits: Part 1: Handling and restraint; February, p 83.

Video: Evaluating rabbits: Part 2: Physical examination; February, p 83.

Help us help you! Getting the most from a diagnostic toxicology laboratory; March, pp 179-186.

Clinical Exposures: Feline infectious peritonitis: Typical findings and a new PCR test; June, pp 375-379.

Video: Optimizing adrenal function testing, plus new information about how to use cosyntropin; August, p 499.

Video: How to best evaluate thyroid function in dogs and cats; September, p 567.

Practical ideas for managing common internal medicine problems; December, pp 780-781.

A tip for interpreting Leptospira species titers; December, p 782.

Investigating proteinuric kidney disease; December, pp 784-785.

Drug therapy
Practical Matters: Consider underlying problems and referral before changing NSAID therapy; June, p 366.

What's new in dermatologic therapy? June, pp 384-391.

Ophthalmic drugs: What's new? August, pp 540-545.

Ear disease
Video: What you need to know about otoscope cone and bulb syringe combination; May, p 279.

Editors’ Guest
Editors’ Guest: My eye-opening experience in editing a veterinary journal; December, p 763.

Endocrinology
Primary hypoparathyroidism in dogs and cats: Physiology, clinical signs, and initial diagnostic testing; January, pp 30-37.

Diagnosing and treating primary hypoparathyroidism in dogs and cats; January, pp 40-50.

Video: Optimizing adrenal function testing, plus new information about how to use cosyntropin; August, p 499.

Video: How to best evaluate thyroid function in dogs and cats; September, p 567.

Hyperlipidemia in dogs and cats; September, pp 588-599.

The latest management recommendations for cats and dogs with nonketotic diabetes mellitus; September, pp 600-616.

Video: Using trilostane to treat hyperadrenocorticism; December, p 759.

Endoscopy Brief
Identifying the cause of acute cough and respiratory distress in a toy poodle; January, pp 16-20.

Euthanasia
Leading Off: Are you doing all you can to reduce euthanasia of healthy, adoptable pets? October, p 638.

The euthanasia problem: How practitioners can help; October, p 667.

Offer basic behavior counseling for every pet at every visit; October, pp 668-672.

Promote and perform early spaying and neutering; October, pp 674-676.

Assist owners in selecting the best pets for their lifestyles; October, pp 678-679.

Champion animal welfare in your community; October, pp 680-684.

Feline infectious peritonitis
Clinical Exposures: Feline infectious peritonitis: Typical findings and a new PCR test; June, pp 375-379.

Fibrocartilaginous emboli
Research Updates: Fibrocartilaginous emboli of the spinal cord in cats; January, p 22.

Food recall
Toxicology Brief: Pet food recall--Aminopterin and melamine; April, p 231.

Food-related aggression
How I treat food-related aggression in dogs; April, pp 247-252.

Foreign bodies
Research Updates: Using computed tomography to find nongastrointestinal foreign bodies; June, p 360.

Diagnostic imaging for linear foreign bodies in cats; August, pp 518-526.

From the editors
Veterinary Medicine wired; January, p 10.

Geriatrics
Practical Matters: That old, slow dog: Is it really arthritis? March, p 163.

Have You Heard?
Audio: Dogs in the home linked to less likelihood of asthma; September, p 567.

Audio: Flame retardants and feline hyperthyroidism; October, p 635.

Audio: Why pet dogs bite children; November, p 701.

Audio: Dogs can visually categorize color photos and use a touch-screen computer; December, p 759.

Heartworm disease
Commentary: An argument for year-round heartworm prevention in dogs; March (suppl.), pp 4-6.

Feline heartworm disease: Solving the puzzle; March (suppl.), pp 7-14.

Leading Off: Make sure you're up-to-date on your heartworm disease recommendations; September, p 572.

Heparin therapy
Unfractionated and low-molecular-weight heparin for hypercoagulability in dogs and cats; March, pp 187-202.

Histiocytic disorders
An overview of canine histiocytic disorders; July, pp 464-480.

Housetraining
Understanding rabbit behavior and preventing and treating behavior problems; February, pp 104-113.

Client handout: How to litter-box-train your pet rabbit; February, p 116.

Canine housetraining challenges; April, pp 254-262.

Client handout: 10 easy steps to housetrain your dog; April, p 263.

Hyperadrenocorticism
Video: Using trilostane to treat hyperadrenocorticism; December, p 759.

Hypercalcemia
Treating paraneoplastic hypercalcemia in dogs and cats; May, pp 314-331.

Hypercoagulability
Unfractionated and low-molecular-weight heparin for hypercoagulability in dogs and cats; March, pp 187-202.

Hyperlipidemia
Hyperlipidemia in dogs and cats; September, pp 588-599.

Hyperthyroidism
Audio: Have You Heard? Flame retardants and feline hyperthyroidism; October, p 635.

Hypoparathyroidism
Primary hypoparathyroidism in dogs and cats: Physiology, clinical signs, and initial diagnostic testing; January, pp 30-37.

Diagnosing and treating primary hypoparathyroidism in dogs and cats; January, pp 40-50.

Immune-mediated disease
Overcoming the diagnostic and therapeutic challenges of canine immune-mediated thrombocytopenia; August, pp 527-538.

Is it immune-mediated neutropenia? November pp 724-733.

In memoriam
Dr. James R. Richards: June, p 354.

Insulin
The latest management recommendations for cats and dogs with nonketotic diabetes mellitus; September, pp 600-616.

Intervertebral disk disease
Research Updates: Recovery from disk surgery without intraoperative methylprednisolone sodium succinate; June, p 359.

On the Forefront: Prophylactic laser disk ablation in dogs at Oklahoma State University; July, pp 440-442.

Kidneys
Investigating proteinuric kidney disease; December, pp 784-785.

11 guidelines for conservatively treating chronic kidney disease; December, pp 788-799.

Lasers
On the Forefront: Prophylactic laser disk ablation in dogs at Oklahoma State University; July, pp 440-442.

Leading Off
Make sure you're up-to-date on your heartworm disease recommendations; September, p 572.

Are you doing all you can to reduce euthanasia of healthy, adoptable pets? October, p 638.

Putting the new pain management guidelines into practice; November, pp 704-705.

Leptospirosis
A tip for interpreting Leptospira species titers; December, p 782.

Letters
Dr. Robert Leighton: A professor for us all to admire (Grasse, F.J.); June, p 352.

And nothing but the truth (Rathfon, B.L.); June, p 352.

Thank you, Dr. Miller, for saving my life (Neilson, J.); September, p 570.

Thank you, Dr. Kay (Newman, P.); December, p 762.

Liver
Toxicology Brief: The critical care of aflatoxin-induced liver failure in dogs; October, pp 644-651.

Lyme disease
Answers to three commonly asked questions about Lyme disease; December, pp 778-779.

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