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2006 Subjects I-O
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Immunotherapy
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.

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

A challenging case: A German shepherd with a decreasing appetite and azotemia; February, pp 94-102.

Coinfection with multiple tick-borne pathogens; March (suppl.), pp 6-16.

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

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

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

A challenging case: A dog with intermittent pain and fever; December, pp 767-775.

Insulin therapy
Suggested Reading: Which insulin should I choose now that my options have dwindled? May, pp 262-265.

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

Intravenous therapy
Practical Matters: Intravenous solutions: Should I worry about osmolarity? July, p 424.

Fluid therapy: Choosing the best solution for each patient; September, pp 579-589.

Iron toxicosis
Toxicology Brief: The toxicity of iron, an essential element; February, pp 82-90.

Knemidocoptes species
Knemidocoptiasis in birds; December, pp 782-790.

Leading Off
Prepare to re-evaluate your feline vaccination protocols; October, p 632.

Letters
Flea anemia: A left-out cause (Fields, J.C.); Response (Freshman, J.L.); February, p 72.

A mentor and a gentleman (Gilpin, G.N.); March, p 135.

Metaldehyde: Another common toxicosis in dogs (Bruzdzinski, R.); Response (Meadows, I.); June, p 336.

Ehrlichia canis infection and epistaxis (Buhles, W.); Response (Mordecai, A.); August, p 486.

We should care for all animals (Allen, D.K.); October, p 630.

Opening eyes to potential abuse (Madsen, L.M.); October, p 630.

Bringing back painful memories (Miller, R.M.); October, p 630.

Liver
Research Updates: Is surgery best for massive hepatocellular carcinoma in dogs? May, p 266.

Symposium on liver function: Introduction; May, p 277.

The diagnostic approach to asymptomatic dogs with elevated liver enzyme activities; May, pp 279-288.

Identifying and helping cats with inflammatory hepatobiliary disease; May, pp 290-304.

How to perform a surgical hepatic biopsy; May, pp 306-311.

Primary hepatic and biliary tract tumors in dogs and cats: An overview; June, pp 384-395.

Mammary tumors
Malignant mammary tumors: Biologic behavior, prognostic factors, and therapeutic approach in cats; June, pp 352-366.

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

Megaesophagus
A challenging case: Acute-on-chronic vomiting in a German shepherd; October, pp 652-659.

Mind Over Miller
See you in Hawaii; January, p 58.

Not-so-New Breed Vets; February, p 126.

Confronting the urban mentality; March, p 186.

An elephant-size job; April, p 246.

Honoring my mother; May, p 322.

Jobs Americans won't do? June, p 406.

Will the real Dr. Miller please stand up? July, p 474.

A furry solution to global overpopulation; August, p 542.

An abbreviated discussion about abbreviations; September, p 618.

An unintentional Halloween trick; October, p 694.

Kicked? Bitten? Scratched? What a great job! November, p 746.

There's more to life--and private practice--than money; December, p 814.

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

Mycosis
A challenging case: A German shepherd with a decreasing appetite and azotemia; February, pp 94-102.

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

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

Diagnosing and treating common neurologic diseases in rabbits; November, pp 728-736.

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

Research Updates: Is surgery best for massive hepatocellular carcinoma in dogs? May, p 266.

Research Updates: Thoracoscopy: A viable treatment of lung tumors in dogs; May, p 266.

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

Symposium on oncology: Introduction; June, p 351.

Malignant mammary tumors: Biologic behavior, prognostic factors, and therapeutic approach in cats; June, pp 352-366.

An update on diagnosing and treating urinary bladder transitional cell carcinoma in dogs; June, pp 369-381.

Primary hepatic and biliary tract tumors in dogs and cats: An overview; June, pp 384-395.

A challenging case: A cat with weight loss and an abdominal mass; September, pp 563-578.

Practical Matters: Difficulties in diagnosing transitional cell carcinoma; October, p 638.

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

Orthodontics
Dental Corner: Canine orthodontics: Providing healthy occlusions; July, pp 427-433.

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

Osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis in cats: Still a mass of unknowns; February, pp 104-108.

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