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2006 Subjects P-X
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Paecilomycosis
A challenging case: A German shepherd with a decreasing appetite and azotemia; February, pp 94-102.

Pancreatitis
Is it pancreatitis? March, pp 158-167.

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

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

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

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.

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.

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

Knemidocoptiasis in birds; December, pp 782-790.

Periodontal disease
Dental Corner: A foundation for treating canine periodontal disease; October, pp 640-649. Correction: December, p 762.

Pet-child relationship
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.

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

Practical Matters
Differentiate cocci from imposters in the urine; February, p 92.

Boost your hypoalbuminemia workup; February, p 92.

Control recurrent pyoderma by determining its cause; February, p 92.

Urine cortisol:creatinine ratio--the most useful normal test around; July, p 424.

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

Setting the stage for successful referrals; July, p 426.

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

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

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

Pyoderma
Practical Matters: Control recurrent pyoderma by determining its cause; February, p 92.

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

Radiography
Get the answers you need about digital radiography; December (suppl.), p 2.

Digital radiography: Is it a good fit for your practice? December (suppl.), pp 4-8.

Exploring your digital radiography equipment options; December (suppl.), pp 9-13.

Getting the most out of digital image viewing; December (suppl.), pp 14-18.

An introduction to DICOM; December (suppl.), pp 19-20.

How to store digital images and comply with medical recordkeeping standards; December (suppl.), pp 21-24.

Referrals
Practical Matters: Setting the stage for successful referrals; July, p 426.

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

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

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

Determining the significance of blood chemistry changes in dogs with GI foreign bodies; May, p 267.

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

Surgically treating cruciate ligament rupture in cats; May, p 268.

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

Social work
CVC Highlights: Tapping social workers to help support distressed pet owners; November, p 715.

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

Surgery
Symposium on key gastrointestinal surgeries: Introduction; April, p 206.

Key gastrointestinal surgeries: Gastrotomy; April, pp 207-210, 224-225.

Key gastrointestinal surgeries: Incisional gastropexy; April, pp 213-218, 224-225.

Key gastrointestinal surgeries: Intestinal biopsy; April, pp 220-225.

Key gastrointestinal surgeries: Intestinal anastomosis; April, pp 226-229, 233-234.

Key gastrointestinal surgeries: Omentalization; April, pp 230-234.

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

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

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

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

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

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

The 10 most common toxicoses in dogs; March, pp 142-148.

The 10 most common toxicoses in cats; June, pp 339-342.

Toxicosis
New findings on the effects of xylitol ingestion in dogs; December, pp 791-797.

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

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

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

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

Urinalysis
Practical Matters: Differentiate cocci from imposters in the urine; February, p 92.

Urine cortisol:creatinine ratio
Practical Matters: Urine cortisol:creatinine ratio--the most useful normal test around; July, p 424.

Vaccination
Editors' Guest: Are you current on your vaccines? May, p 254.

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

Veterinary ethics
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.

Veterinary Voices
Discovering a new dinosaur species: Dracorex hogwartsia; August, p 490.

Weight loss
How to identify the cause of weight loss in geriatric cats; July, pp 438-453.

Wounds
Clinical Exposures: A dog with a nonhealing flank wound; August, pp 495-500.

Xylitol
New findings on the effects of xylitol ingestion in dogs; December, pp 791-797.

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