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2007 Subjects M-P
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Mast cell tumor
Clinical Exposures: Cytologic examination of a cutaneous mast cell tumor in a boxer; March, pp 165-168.

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

Metformin
Toxicology Brief: Metformin overdose in dogs and cats; April, pp 231-234.

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

Mind Over Miller
Stuck in the 1950s--we are not! January, p 74.

Observations of a veterinarian's wife; February, p 142.

A lifetime of cartooning; March, p 210.

To confess mistakes or not, that is the question; April, p 270.

We are patients, too; May, p 338.

You must be old if you remember...; June, p 422.

A truckload of camels, and other nightmares; July, p 490.

I can drive 55; August, p 558.

R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Find out what it means to new associates; September, p 626.

Finding a good home for a discarded animal; October, p 694.

Foie gross! November, p 750.

'Twas the night before Christmas; December, p 810.

Mushroom poisoning
Toxicology Brief: Mushroom poisoning in dogs; February, pp 95-100.

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

Research Updates: Clinical features of spinal abscess in dogs; January, p 22.

A challenging case: Progressive, generalized pain in a young English bulldog; April, pp 238-246.

Clinical Exposures: Vertebral articular process hypertrophy causing spinal cord compression in a Great Dane; May, pp 291-294.

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

Practical Matters: How you can easily assess motor function and pain perception in nonambulatory animals; June, p 368.

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

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

Nutrition
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.

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

Video: What you should advise clients to feed their pets in light of the pet food recall; June, p 347.

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

Video: What to advise clients with obese cats and clients that are curious about feeding raw food diets; December, p 759.

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

Obesity
Video: What to advise clients with obese cats and clients that are curious about feeding raw food diets; December, p 759.

On the Forefront
Looking at canine angular limb deformities in a new way; March, pp 160-162.

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

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

Clinical Exposures: Cytologic examination of a cutaneous mast cell tumor in a boxer; March, pp 165-168.

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

Feline oral squamous cell carcinoma: An overview; June, pp 392-408.

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

Onychectomy
Research Updates: Laser vs. scalpel onychectomy in cats; June, p 360.

Ophthalmology
A challenging case: An unusual cause of blindness in a Siberian husky; March, pp 172-178.

A challenging case: Blindness and a history of cutaneous nodules in a cat; July, pp 454-461.

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

A challenging case: Uveitis and secondary glaucoma in a cat; November, pp 714-721.

Orthopedics
On the Forefront: Looking at canine angular limb deformities in a new way; March, pp 160-162.

Pancreatitis
Video: What are the risk factors for pancreatitis in dogs? March, p 151.

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

Parasitology
Companion-animal parasitology: Still a long way to go; March (suppl.), p 2.

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.

An overview of cestode infections in dogs and cats; March (suppl.), pp 15-17.

Zoonotic parasitic infections contracted from dogs and cats: How frequent are they? March (suppl.), pp 18-24.

What your clients know--or don't know--about parasite control; March (suppl.), pp 26-29.

Promoting the value of your veterinary expertise in parasite prevention; March (suppl.), pp 30-32.

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

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

Pediatrics
Video: What are the best methods for distracting a puppy during physical examination and vaccination? January, p 7.

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.

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

Video: A demonstration on how to teach a puppy to sit and come; April, p 219; October, p 635.

Video: How do you manage puppies that are being housetrained but consistently defecate in their crates? July, p 431.

Practical Matters: Carefully consider drug dosages in puppies and kittens; September, p 581.

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

Pet food recall
Pet food recall--Aminopterin and melamine; April, p 231.

Audio: Pet food recall: Melamine and cyanuric acid; May, p 279.

Video: What you should advise clients to feed their pets in light of the pet food recall; June, p 347.

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

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

Practical Matters: Use caution when prescribing transdermal medications for feline behavior problems; September, p 580.

Practical Matters: Carefully consider drug dosages in puppies and kittens; September, p 581.

Pimobendan treatment in dogs with congestive heart failure; November, pp 736-740.

Pimobendan
Pimobendan treatment in dogs with congestive heart failure; November, pp 736-740.

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

Use lower doses of oxytocin for dystocia; March, p 163.

Ultrasonography's limits in staging tumors; March, p 164.

Consider underlying problems and referral before changing NSAID therapy; June, p 366.

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

How you can easily assess motor function and pain perception in nonambulatory animals; June, p 368.

Use caution when prescribing transdermal medications for feline behavior problems; September, p 580.

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

Carefully consider drug dosages in puppies and kittens; September, p 581.

Primary 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.

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

Protothecosis
A challenging case: An unusual cause of blindness in a Siberian husky; March, pp 172-178.

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