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Acral lick dermatitis
Just Ask the Expert: How do you combat acral lick dermatitis? October, p 465.

Aggression
Video: A tip for clients whose dogs exhibit social status aggression; February, p 43.

Just Ask the Expert: Is tooth extraction an acceptable treatment for aggression? April, pp 164-165.

Just Ask the Expert: Further advice on tooth extraction to treat aggression; June, pp 260-263.

Video: Do clients inadvertently encourage aggression? September, p 383.

CVC Highlight: Rethinking the causes of canine aggression; December, pp 568-569.

Allergies
Just Ask the Expert: What frequency of immunotherapy works for your patients? December, p 565.

Just Ask the Expert: How should I treat a dog that is allergic to only house dust mites? December, p 566.

Analgesia
Video: Specialist in the Spotlight: Dr. James Gaynor; June, p 243.

Hot Literature: What’s the scoop on gabapentin? September, p 406.

Hot Literature: Overlooked ocular pain: The benefits of using local anesthesia for enucleation; November, p 491.

Hot Literature: Long-term NSAID use in cats; November, pp 494-497.

CVC Highlight: Busting two common opioid myths; December, p 570.

CVC Highlight: How I assess postsurgical pain in cats; December, pp 574-575.

CVC Highlight: My approach to an NSAID washout period in dogs; December, p 576.

Anesthesia
Hot Literature: Overlooked ocular pain: The benefits of using local anesthesia for enucleation; November, p 491.

Arterial blood gas analysis and interpretation in anesthetized patients; November, pp 517-526.

Arterial blood gas analysis case example 1: A border collie with a possible foreign body; November, p 523.

Arterial blood gas analysis case example 2: A diabetic husky with a fibrosarcoma; November, p 524.

Animal welfare
Leading Off: Nonsurgical animal sterilization: The potential to control pet overpopulation—and save human lives; January, p 8.

Nonsurgical methods of contraception in dogs and cats: Where are we now? January, pp 12-17.

Antihistamines
Just Ask the Expert: Are antihistamines effective in canine atopy? October, p 464.

Antimicrobials
Bacterial resistance to antimicrobials: From the Golden Age to the Bronze Age of antibiotic use; March, online only.

Aortic thromboembolism
How to handle feline aortic thromboembolism; November, pp 504-516.

Aquatic medicine
Image Quiz—Ophthalmology: A rockfish with a bulging eye; June, p 243.

Arterial blood gas analysis
Arterial blood gas analysis and interpretation in anesthetized patients; November, pp 517-526.

Arterial blood gas analysis case example 1: A border collie with a possible foreign body; November, p 523.

Arterial blood gas analysis case example 2: A diabetic husky with a fibrosarcoma; November, p 524.

Ascites
Research Updates: Ascites validated as a powerful prognostic indicator in canine chronic hepatitis; February, pp 52-54.

Aspergillosis
When to consider aspergillosis in dogs; August, pp 355-362.

Aspiration pneumonia
Clinical Exposures: Why it’s important to examine the entire radiographic image; April, pp 154-158.

Research Updates: Common disorders associated with aspiration pneumonia in dogs, and the influence of underlying disease or thoracic radiograph findings on patient survival; May, pp 210-211.

Aspirin
Hot Literature: Prednisone and ultralow-dose aspirin: Good for the gut? January, p 10.

Atopic dermatitis
Just Ask the Expert: Are antihistamines effective in canine atopy? October, p 464.

Have You Heard? Atopy affects more than just the skin; November, p 486; December, p 552.

Attention seeking
Video: Is it attention-seeking behavior? March, p 87.

Azathioprine
Immunosuppressive drugs: Beyond glucocorticoids; August, pp 364-371.

Azotemia
Have You Heard? No crystal ball needed for azotemia in cats; March, p 87; December, p 556.

Bacterial culture
Just Ask the Expert: How can I obtain optimal results from skin bacterial cultures? December, p 562.

Bacterial resistance
Bacterial resistance to antimicrobials: From the Golden Age to the Bronze Age of antibiotic use; March, online only.

Bartonellosis
Bartonellosis: An emerging and potentially hidden epidemic? March, pp 126-130.

An MD and DVM Q&A with Dr. Breitschwerdt; March, p 127.

Leading Off: Bartonellosis: Clinical and diagnostic challenges; April, p 152.

Hot Literature: Bartonellosis: What do we know? What can we do? April, pp 159-162.

Have You Heard? More than just flea control in cats; August, p 338.

Behavior
Video: Researching behavior in Asian elephants; January, p 5.

Video: A tip for clients whose dogs exhibit social status aggression; February, p 43.

Hot Literature: Can “clipnosis” calm cats in the clinic? February, p 50.

Video: Is it attention-seeking behavior? March, p 87.

Video: The positive influence of companion animals; March, p 87.

Just Ask the Expert: Is tooth extraction an acceptable treatment for aggression? April, pp 164-165.

Just Ask the Expert: Further advice on tooth extraction to treat aggression; June, pp 260-263.

Behavior resources; June, p 260.

Video: Specialist in the Spotlight: How do you handle elective euthanasia? July, p 293.

Video: Specialist in the Spotlight: Why behavior questions help diagnose medical problems; July, p 293.

Video: Specialist in the Spotlight: Training technique controversies; July, p 293.

Video: Do clients inadvertently encourage aggression? September, p 383.

Just Ask the Expert: What role does genetics play in a pet’s temperament? October, pp 470-471.

Have You Heard? Can pheromones ease surgical stress? December, p 538.

CVC Highlight: Rethinking the causes of canine aggression; December, pp 568-569.

Biopsy
Research Updates: Should biopsy samples be routinely collected from the duodenum and ileum in dogs with clinical signs suggestive of concurrent small and large bowel diarrhea? November, pp 499-500.

Blood pressure
Just Ask the Expert: What blood pressure values should I be concerned about? December, pp 560-561.

Blood typing
An update on blood typing, crossmatching, and doing no harm in transfusing dogs and cats; October, pp 447-453.

Borreliosis
Hot Literature: Lyme borreliosis in man and his best friend; November, pp 490-491.

Bronchopneumopathy
Diagnosing and managing canine eosinophilic bronchopneumopathy; June, pp 272-282. Correction, August, p 342.

The pathophysiology of eosinophilic bronchopneumopathy; June, p 276.

Buphthalmia
Image Quiz—Ophthalmology: A rockfish with a bulging eye; June, p 243.

CAPC
Leading Off: CAPC road show: East bound and down! June, p 246.

Cardiology
Leading Off: Guidelines make managing canine heart disease more clear-cut; March, p 90.

Hot Literature: New guidelines for diagnosing and treating chronic valvular heart disease in dogs; March, pp 94-96.

Hot Literature: Troponin 1 indicates cardiac disease severity in dogs; May, p 202.

Recognizing and treating pericardial disease; May, pp 218-226.

How to perform a pericardiocentesis; May, pp 228-230.

Hot Literature: Spironolactone: A promising adjunctive therapy for myxomatous mitral valve disease; September, p 409.

How to handle feline aortic thromboembolism; November, pp 504-516.

Normal hemostasis; November, pp 508-509.

Centrifugal fecal flotation
Just Ask the Expert: What fecal analysis method do you use? October, pp 468-469.

Procedure for centrifugal fecal flotation; October, p 468.

Recipe for Sheather’s sucrose solution; October, p 469.

Chronic valvular heart disease
Leading Off: Guidelines make managing canine heart disease more clear-cut; March, p 90.

Hot Literature: New guidelines for diagnosing and treating chronic valvular heart disease in dogs; March, pp 94-96.

Circumanal gland adenoma
Clinical Exposures: Canine circumanal gland adenoma: The cytologic clues; August, pp 346-349.

Client form
Exercise intolerance supplemental history (PDF); February, online only.

Client handout
Answers to your questions about pemphigus foliaceus in dogs and cats (PDF); January, online only.

Clinical Exposures
Palpebral reconstruction after entropion surgery in a dog; March, pp 98-105.

Why it’s important to examine the entire radiographic image; April, pp 154-158.

Incidental finding of renal agenesis in a cat; June, pp 255-258.

Canine circumanal gland adenoma: The cytologic clues; August, pp 346-349.

Circumanal gland adenoma
Clinical Exposures: Canine circumanal gland adenoma: The cytologic clues; August, pp 346-349.

Clinical pathology
Research Updates: A simple blood smear as a diagnostic test to predict death secondary to heatstroke in dogs? May, pp 211-212.

Clinical trials
Leading Off: Veterinary clinical trials offer cancer patients more options; August, p 343.

ClinQuiz
Tick particulars; March, pp 119-120.

Clipnosis
Hot Literature: Can “clipnosis” calm cats in the clinic? February, p 50.

Cloning
Have You Heard? Are the clones coming? July, p 293.

Conjunctival infection
Just Ask the Expert: How do you treat conjunctival infections? October, p 456.

Contraception
Leading Off: Nonsurgical animal sterilization: The potential to control pet overpopulation—and save human lives; January, p 8.

Nonsurgical methods of contraception in dogs and cats: Where are we now? January, pp 12-17.

Correction
Canine and feline pemphigus foliaceus: Improving your chances of a successful outcome (January); March, p 96.

Diagnosing and managing canine eosinophilic bronchopneumopathy (June); August, p 342.

Critical care
Video: Critical care tools; August, p 338.

A fresh look at identifying sepsis in cats; September, pp 416-422.

Just Ask the Expert: Is human IgG a viable treatment for IMHA? October, p 462.

Video: When and how to feed sick cats; November, p 486.

Crossmatching
An update on blood typing, crossmatching, and doing no harm in transfusing dogs and cats; October, pp 447-453.

CVC Highlights
Rethinking the causes of canine aggression; December, pp 568-569.

Busting two common opioid myths; December, p 570.

Why you should worry about your patients with proteinuria; December, pp 572-573.

How I assess postsurgical pain in cats; December, pp 574-575.

My approach to an NSAID washout period in dogs; December, p 576.

A quick Q&A on feline vaccine site-associated sarcomas; December, p 578.

Cyclosporine
Immunosuppressive drugs: Beyond glucocorticoids; August, pp 364-371.

Cytology
Clinical Exposures: Canine circumanal gland adenoma: The cytologic clues; August, pp 346-349.

Have You Heard? What does that cytology report really tell you? October, p 435.

Dentistry
Just Ask the Expert: Are there alternatives to surgery for a fractured tooth? February, p 55.

Just Ask the Expert: Is tooth extraction an acceptable treatment for aggression? April, pp 164-165.

Just Ask the Expert: Further advice on tooth extraction to treat aggression; June, pp 260-263.

Mind Over Miller: Helping all creatures preserve their pearly whites; July, p 330.

Have You Heard? Clarifying canine tooth resorption; September, p 383.

Just Ask the Expert: How should I approach a discolored tooth? October, p 455.

Dermatology
Canine and feline pemphigus foliaceus: Improving your chances of a successful outcome; January, pp 18-30. Correction, March, p 96.

Client handout: Answers to your questions about pemphigus foliaceus in dogs and cats (PDF); January, online only.

Glucocorticoid use in cats; February, pp 56-62.

How to perform and interpret dermatophyte cultures; July, pp 304-307.

Image Quiz—Dermatology: A bulldog with erythematous plaques; August, p 338.

Just Ask the Expert: Are antihistamines effective in canine atopy? October, p 464.

Just Ask the Expert: How do you combat acral lick dermatitis? October, p 465.

Have You Heard? Atopy affects more than just the skin; November, p 486; December, p 552.

Image Quiz—Dermatology: A pit bull with bullous lesions; November, p 486.

Image Quiz—Dermatology: Patchy alopecia in a Chihuahua; December, pp 546-548.

Image Quiz—Dermatology: A growing eyelid mass; December, pp 547-548.

Just Ask the Expert: How can I obtain optimal results from skin bacterial cultures? December, p 562.

Just Ask the Expert: How do you manage ceruminous otitis in cats? December, p 564.

Just Ask the Expert: What frequency of immunotherapy works for your patients? December, p 565.

Just Ask the Expert: How should I treat a dog that is allergic to only house dust mites? December, p 566.

Dermatophyte culture
How to perform and interpret dermatophyte cultures; July, pp 304-307.

Diabetes
Discovering the reasons underlying difficult-to-control diabetes in cats; March, pp 106-114.

Identifying the reasons behind difficult-to-control diabetes in dogs; April, pp 175-186.

Reader Questions: What you want to know about diabetic regulation; June, pp 248-249.

Reader Questions: More diabetic regulation advice; August, pp 344-345.

Research Updates: Giving glargine insulin to newly diagnosed diabetic cats may increase the likelihood of remission; September, pp 400-402.

Leading Off: The AAHA diabetes management guidelines: An inside look; October, p 438.

Research Updates: Do glucosamine-based chondroprotective agents affect fructosamine monitoring in diabetic dogs? December, pp 542-544.

Diagnostic procedures
How to perform a pericardiocentesis; May, pp 228-230.

How to perform and interpret dermatophyte cultures; July, pp 304-307.

How to manage feline chronic diarrhea, Part I: Diagnosis; July, pp 308-314.

Just Ask the Expert: A few tips on diagnosing IMHA; September, p 404.

Just Ask the Expert: What fecal analysis method do you use? October, pp 468-469.

Procedure for centrifugal fecal flotation; October, p 468.

Recipe for Sheather’s sucrose solution; October, p 469.

Just Ask the Expert: How do you detect Physaloptera species eggs? October, pp 472-473.

Research Updates: Should biopsy samples be routinely collected from the duodenum and ileum in dogs with clinical signs suggestive of concurrent small and large bowel diarrhea? November, pp 499-500.

Arterial blood gas analysis and interpretation in anesthetized patients; November, pp 517-526.

Arterial blood gas analysis case example 1: A border collie with a possible foreign body; November, p 523.

Arterial blood gas analysis case example 2: A diabetic husky with a fibrosarcoma; November, p 524.

Just Ask the Expert: What blood pressure values should I be concerned about? December, pp 560-561.

Just Ask the Expert: How can I obtain optimal results from skin bacterial cultures? December, p 562.

Diarrhea
How to manage feline chronic diarrhea, Part I: Diagnosis; July, pp 308-314.

How to manage feline chronic diarrhea, Part II: Treatment; July, pp 316-326.

Research Updates: Should biopsy samples be routinely collected from the duodenum and ileum in dogs with clinical signs suggestive of concurrent small and large bowel diarrhea? November, pp 499-500.

Discolored tooth
Just Ask the Expert: How should I approach a discolored tooth? October, p 455.

Dog training
Video: Specialist in the Spotlight: Training technique controversies; July, p 293.

Drug administration
Hot Literature: The search for alternative oral administration methods in cats; September, p 408.

Dust mites
Just Ask the Expert: How should I treat a dog that is allergic to only house dust mites? December, p 566.

Ear disease
Just Ask the Expert: How do you manage ceruminous otitis in cats? December, p 564.

Elephants
Video: Researching behavior in Asian elephants; January, p 5.

Emergency medicine
Video: Critical care tools; August, p 338.

A fresh look at identifying sepsis in cats; September, pp 416-422.

Just Ask the Expert: Is human IgG a viable treatment for IMHA? October, p 462.

Endocrinology
Discovering the reasons underlying difficult-to-control diabetes in cats; March, pp 106-114.

Identifying the reasons behind difficult-to-control diabetes in dogs; April, pp 175-186.

Reader Questions: What you want to know about diabetic regulation; June, pp 248-249.

Research Updates: Dogs with gallbladder mucoceles may be prone to common endocrine diseases; July, pp 299-301.

Reader Questions: More diabetic regulation advice; August, pp 344-345.

Research Updates: Giving glargine insulin to newly diagnosed diabetic cats may increase the likelihood of remission; September, pp 400-402.

Leading Off: The AAHA diabetes management guidelines: An inside look; October, p 438.

Just Ask the Expert: Is this patient cushingoid? October, p 458.

Just Ask the Expert: What is the lifespan of cats with hyperthyroidism? October, p 459.

Research Updates: Do glucosamine-based chondroprotective agents affect fructosamine monitoring in diabetic dogs? December, pp 542-544.

Entropion
Clinical Exposures: Palpebral reconstruction after entropion surgery in a dog; March, pp 98-105.

Enucleation
Hot Literature: Overlooked ocular pain: The benefits of using local anesthesia for enucleation; November, p 491.

Eosinophilic bronchopneumopathy
Diagnosing and managing canine eosinophilic bronchopneumopathy; June, pp 272-282. Correction, August, p 342.

The pathophysiology of eosinophilic bronchopneumopathy; June, p 276.

Equine medicine
Have You Heard? Are the clones coming? July, p 293.

Euthanasia
Video: Specialist in the Spotlight: How do you handle elective euthanasia? July, p 293.

Exercise intolerance
Exercise intolerance in retrievers; February, pp 64-75.

Client form: Exercise intolerance supplemental history (PDF); February, online only.

Exotic animals
Have You Heard? Stop! Don’t kiss that frog! April, p 147; December, p 558.

Eyelid surgery
Clinical Exposures: Palpebral reconstruction after entropion surgery in a dog; March, pp 98-105.

Fecal analysis
Just Ask the Expert: What fecal analysis method do you use? October, pp 468-469.

Procedure for centrifugal fecal flotation; October, p 468.

Recipe for Sheather’s sucrose solution; October, p 469.

Feline immunodeficiency virus
Research Updates: Does FIV play a role in the development of chronic kidney disease in cats? October, pp 444-446.

Feline medicine
Have You Heard? Will dietary lysine control feline herpesvirus infections? February, p 43.

Leading Off: New healthcare guidelines for cats at every stage of life; February, p 46.

Glucocorticoid use in cats; February, pp 56-62.

Have You Heard? No crystal ball needed for azotemia in cats; March, p 87; December, p 556.

Discovering the reasons underlying difficult-to-control diabetes in cats; March, pp 106-114.

Just Ask the Expert: Feline heartworm disease; March, p 116.

How to manage feline chronic diarrhea, Part I: Diagnosis; July, pp 308-314.

How to manage feline chronic diarrhea, Part II: Treatment; July, pp 316-326.

Have You Heard? More than just flea control in cats; August, p 338.

Research Updates: How often do uroliths really recur in cats? August, pp 350-352.

Research Updates: Giving glargine insulin to newly diagnosed diabetic cats may increase the likelihood of remission; September, pp 400-402.

Hot Literature: The search for alternative oral administration methods in cats; September, p 408.

A fresh look at identifying sepsis in cats; September, pp 416-422.

Research Updates: Does FIV play a role in the development of chronic kidney disease in cats? October, pp 444-446.

Just Ask the Expert: What is the lifespan of cats with hyperthyroidism? October, p 459.

Just Ask the Expert: How do you treat cats with intestinal lymphoma? October, p 463.

Video: When and how to feed sick cats; November, p 486.

Hot Literature: Long-term NSAID use in cats; November, pp 494-497.

How to handle feline aortic thromboembolism; November, pp 504-516.

Video: Specialist in the Spotlight: How to manage feline pancreatitis; December, p 538.

Just Ask the Expert: How do you manage ceruminous otitis in cats? December, p 564.

CVC Highlight: How I assess postsurgical pain in cats; December, pp 574-575.

CVC Highlight: A quick Q&A on feline vaccine site-associated sarcomas; December, p 578.

Fighting dogs
Video: A tip for clients whose dogs exhibit social status aggression; February, p 43.

Fleas
Hot Literature: Flea and tick control is changing—Are you? March, pp 122-124.

Have You Heard? More than just flea control in cats; August, p 338.

Fractured tooth
Just Ask the Expert: Are there alternatives to surgery for a fractured tooth? February, p 55.

Frogs
Have You Heard? Stop! Don’t kiss that frog! April, p 147; December, p 558.

Fructosamine
Research Updates: Do glucosamine-based chondroprotective agents affect fructosamine monitoring in diabetic dogs? December, pp 542-544.

Fungal disease
When to consider aspergillosis in dogs; August, pp 355-362.

Gabapentin
Hot Literature: What’s the scoop on gabapentin? September, p 406.

Gallbladder mucoceles
Research Updates: Dogs with gallbladder mucoceles may be prone to common endocrine diseases; July, pp 299-301.

Gastric dilatation-volvulus
Have You Heard? A less invasive GDV prevention alternative; May, p 199.

Gastrointestinal disease
Hot Literature: Prednisone and ultralow-dose aspirin: Good for the gut? January, p 10.

Have You Heard? A less invasive GDV prevention alternative; May, p 199.

Research Updates: Should veterinarians emphasize the risk of intestinal nematodiasis based on patient signalment and geographic location? May, pp 208-210.

How to manage feline chronic diarrhea, Part I: Diagnosis; July, pp 308-314.

How to manage feline chronic diarrhea, Part II: Treatment; July, pp 316-326.

Just Ask the Expert: How do you treat cats with intestinal lymphoma? October, p 463.

Gene therapy
Have You Heard? Gene therapy for CRF? January, p 5.

Genetics
Just Ask the Expert: What role does genetics play in a pet’s temperament? October, pp 470-471.

Glargine
Research Updates: Giving glargine insulin to newly diagnosed diabetic cats may increase the likelihood of remission; September, pp 400-402.

Glucocorticoids
Glucocorticoid use in cats; February, pp 56-62.

Immunosuppressive drugs: Beyond glucocorticoids; August, pp 364-371.

Glucosamine
Research Updates: Do glucosamine-based chondroprotective agents affect fructosamine monitoring in diabetic dogs? December, pp 542-544.

Guidelines
Leading Off: New healthcare guidelines for cats at every stage of life; February, p 46.

Leading Off: Guidelines make managing canine heart disease more clear-cut; March, p 90.

Hot Literature: New guidelines for diagnosing and treating chronic valvular heart disease in dogs; March, pp 94-96.

Leading Off: The AAHA diabetes management guidelines: An inside look; October, p 438.

Have You Heard?
Gene therapy for CRF? January, p 5.

Will dietary lysine control feline herpesvirus infections? February, p 43.

No crystal ball needed for azotemia in cats; March, p 87; December, p 556.

Stop! Don’t kiss that frog! April, p 147; December, p 558.

A less invasive GDV prevention alternative; May, p 199.

Getting a leash on visceral leishmaniasis; June, p 243; December, pp 554-556.

Are the clones coming? July, p 293.

More than just flea control in cats; August, p 338.

Clarifying canine tooth resorption; September, p 383.

What does that cytology report really tell you? October, p 435.

Atopy affects more than just the skin; November, p 486; December, p 552.

Can pheromones ease surgical stress? December, p 538.

Heartworm disease
Just Ask the Expert: Feline heartworm disease; March, p 116.

Heatstroke
Research Updates: A simple blood smear as a diagnostic test to predict death secondary to heatstroke in dogs? May, pp 211-212.

Hemangioma
Image Quiz—Ophthalmology: A golden retriever with a red eye; April, p 147.

Hemostasis
How to handle feline aortic thromboembolism; November, pp 504-516.

Normal hemostasis; November, pp 508-509.

Hepatic disease
Research Updates: Ascites validated as a powerful prognostic indicator in canine chronic hepatitis; February, pp 52-54.

Hepatitis
Research Updates: Ascites validated as a powerful prognostic indicator in canine chronic hepatitis; February, pp 52-54.

Herpesvirus
Have You Heard? Will dietary lysine control feline herpesvirus infections? February, p 43.

Hot Literature
Flu is for the birds—and the cats and dogs; January, p 10.

Prednisone and ultralow-dose aspirin: Good for the gut? January, p 10.

Can “clipnosis” calm cats in the clinic? February, p 50.

New guidelines for diagnosing and treating chronic valvular heart disease in dogs; March, pp 94-96.

Flea and tick control is changing—Are you? March, pp 122-124.

Bartonellosis: What do we know? What can we do? April, pp 159-162.

Troponin 1 indicates cardiac disease severity in dogs; May, p 202.

What’s the scoop on gabapentin? September, p 406.

The search for alternative oral administration methods in cats; September, p 408.

Spironolactone: A promising adjunctive therapy for myxomatous mitral valve disease; September, p 409.

Lyme borreliosis in man and his best friend; November, pp 490-491.

Overlooked ocular pain: The benefits of using local anesthesia for enucleation; November, p 491.

Who’s got leptospirosis? November, p 492.

Long-term NSAID use in cats; November, pp 494-497.

Hyperadrenocorticism
Just Ask the Expert: Is this patient cushingoid? October, p 458.

Hyperthyroidism
Just Ask the Expert: What is the lifespan of cats with hyperthyroidism? October, p 459.

Image Quiz
Ophthalmology: A Vizsla with eyelid masses; February, p 43.

Ophthalmology: A golden retriever with a red eye; April, p 147.

Ophthalmology: A rockfish with a bulging eye; June, p 243.

Ophthalmology: A squinting cattle dog; July, p 293.

Dermatology: A bulldog with erythematous plaques; August, p 338.

Ophthalmology: A Lab with a pupil abnormality; September, p 383.

Ultrasonography: A cat with a distended abdomen; October, p 435.

Dermatology: A pit bull with bullous lesions; November, p 486.

Dermatology: Patchy alopecia in a Chihuahua; December, pp 546-548.

Dermatology: A growing eyelid mass; December, pp 547-548.

Imaging
Clinical Exposures: Why it’s important to examine the entire radiographic image; April, pp 154-158.

Research Updates: Common disorders associated with aspiration pneumonia in dogs, and the influence of underlying disease or thoracic radiograph findings on patient survival; May, pp 210-211.

Clinical Exposures: Incidental finding of renal agenesis in a cat; June, pp 255-258.

Image Quiz—Ultrasonography: A cat with a distended abdomen; October, p 435.

Video: Interventional oncology: Overview and indications; October, p 435.

Video: Interventional radiology: Overview and indications; October, p 435.

Immune-mediated hemolytic anemia
Just Ask the Expert: A few tips on diagnosing IMHA; September, p 404.

Just Ask the Expert: Is human IgG a viable treatment for IMHA? October, p 462.

Immunoglobulin G
Just Ask the Expert: Is human IgG a viable treatment for IMHA? October, p 462.

Immunology
Understanding viral zoonoses: H1N1 influenza; March, pp 131-135.

An MD and DVM Q&A with Dr. Opal; March, p 132.

Immunosuppression
Immunosuppressive drugs: Beyond glucocorticoids; August, pp 364-371.

Immunotherapy
Just Ask the Expert: What frequency of immunotherapy works for your patients? December, p 565.

Just Ask the Expert: How should I treat a dog that is allergic to only house dust mites? December, p 566.

Infectious disease
Hot Literature: Flu is for the birds—and the cats and dogs; January, p 10.

Have You Heard? Will dietary lysine control feline herpesvirus infections? February, p 43.

Understanding viral zoonoses: H1N1 influenza; March, pp 131-135.

An MD and DVM Q&A with Dr. Opal; March, p 132.

Research Updates: Does FIV play a role in the development of chronic kidney disease in cats? October, pp 444-446.

Influenza
Hot Literature: Flu is for the birds—and the cats and dogs; January, p 10.

Understanding viral zoonoses: H1N1 influenza; March, pp 131-135.

An MD and DVM Q&A with Dr. Opal; March, p 132.

Insulin
Discovering the reasons underlying difficult-to-control diabetes in cats; March, pp 106-114.

Identifying the reasons behind difficult-to-control diabetes in dogs; April, pp 175-186.

Reader Questions: What you want to know about diabetic regulation; June, pp 248-249.

Reader Questions: More diabetic regulation advice; August, pp 344-345.

Research Updates: Giving glargine insulin to newly diagnosed diabetic cats may increase the likelihood of remission; September, pp 400-402.

Leading Off: The AAHA diabetes management guidelines: An inside look; October, p 438.

Interventional oncology
Video: Interventional oncology: Overview and indications; October, p 435.

Interventional radiology
Video: Interventional radiology: Overview and indications; October, p 435.

Just Ask the Expert
Are there alternatives to surgery for a fractured tooth? February, p 55.

Feline heartworm disease; March, p 116.

Is tooth extraction an acceptable treatment for aggression? April, pp 164-165.

Transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder and piroxicam; May, p 204.

Further advice on tooth extraction to treat aggression; June, pp 260-263.

The zoonotic threat of rabbits and other wild animals; July, p 296.

A few tips on diagnosing IMHA; September, p 404.

How should I approach a discolored tooth? October, p 455.

How do you treat conjunctival infections? October, p 456.

What is a normal Schirmer tear test result? October, p 456.

Is this patient cushingoid? October, p 458.

What is the lifespan of cats with hyperthyroidism? October, p 459.

Am I using skin staples for wound closure correctly? October, p 460.

Is human IgG a viable treatment for IMHA? October, p 462.

How do you treat cats with intestinal lymphoma? October, p 463.

Are antihistamines effective in canine atopy? October, p 464.

How do you combat acral lick dermatitis? October, p 465.

How do you handle proteinuria? October, p 466.

What fecal analysis method do you use? October, pp 468-469.

What role does genetics play in a pet’s temperament? October, pp 470-471.

How do you detect Physaloptera species eggs? October, pp 472-473.

What blood pressure values should I be concerned about? December, pp 560-561.

How can I obtain optimal results from skin bacterial cultures? December, p 562.

How do you manage ceruminous otitis in cats? December, p 564.

What frequency of immunotherapy works for your patients? December, p 565.

How should I treat a dog that is allergic to only house dust mites? December, p 566.

Keratoconjunctivitis sicca
Just Ask the Expert: What is a normal Schirmer tear test result? October, p 456.

Leading Off
Nonsurgical animal sterilization: The potential to control pet overpopulation—and save human lives; January, p 8.

New healthcare guidelines for cats at every stage of life; February, p 46.

Guidelines make managing canine heart disease more clear-cut; March, p 90.

Pets, people, and pathogens; March, p 115.

Bartonellosis: Clinical and diagnostic challenges; April, p 152.

CAPC road show: East bound and down! June, p 246.

Veterinary clinical trials offer cancer patients more options; August, p 343.

The AAHA diabetes management guidelines: An inside look; October, p 438.

Leflunomide
Immunosuppressive drugs: Beyond glucocorticoids; August, pp 364-371.

Leishmaniasis
Have You Heard? Getting a leash on visceral leishmaniasis; June, p 243; December, pp 554-556.

Leptospirosis
Hot Literature: Who’s got leptospirosis? November, p 492.

Letters
A few clarifications on dystocia management (Davidson, A.); Response (Shaw, S.); April, p 150.

A practitioner’s observation about renal agenesis (Scott, S.); August, p 342.

Use of figures in bronchopneumopathy article (Patterson, C.C.; Venema, C.); August, p 342.

Additional zoonotic threats from wildlife (Rhody, J.L.); September, p 386.

Lyme borreliosis
Hot Literature: Lyme borreliosis in man and his best friend; November, pp 490-491.

Lymphoma
Just Ask the Expert: How do you treat cats with intestinal lymphoma? October, p 463.

Lysine
Have You Heard? Will dietary lysine control feline herpesvirus infections? February, p 43.

Megaesophagus
Clinical Exposures: Why it’s important to examine the entire radiographic image; April, pp 154-158.

Mind Over Miller
Veterinary medicine needs nurses; January, p 34.

Why do we keep killing endangered species? February, p 78.

A tribute to an old dog; March, p 138.

Reminiscing: The Ventura County VMA; April, p 190.

A German intern’s adventures in America; May, p 234.

An important choice; June, p 286.

Helping all creatures preserve their pearly whites; July, p 330.

You’ll wanna read this book; August, p 374.

Denver déjà vu; September, p 426.

Peanut memories; October, p 478.

Killing with kindness; November, p 530.

The Late Show, with Dr. Miller; December, p 582.

Mycophenolate mofetil
Immunosuppressive drugs: Beyond glucocorticoids; August, pp 364-371.

Myxomatous mitral valve disease
Hot Literature: Troponin 1 indicates cardiac disease severity in dogs; May, p 202.

Hot Literature: Spironolactone: A promising adjunctive therapy for myxomatous mitral valve disease; September, p 409.

Nematodes
Research Updates: Should veterinarians emphasize the risk of intestinal nematodiasis based on patient signalment and geographic location? May, pp 208-210.

NSAIDs
Hot Literature: Long-term NSAID use in cats; November, pp 494-497.

CVC Highlight: My approach to an NSAID washout period in dogs; December, p 576.

Nutrition
Video: When and how to feed sick cats; November, p 486.

Oncology
Just Ask the Expert: Transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder and piroxicam; May, p 204.

Leading Off: Veterinary clinical trials offer cancer patients more options; August, p 343.

Video: Interventional oncology: Overview and indications; October, p 435.

Have You Heard? What does that cytology report really tell you? October, p 435.

Just Ask the Expert: How do you treat cats with intestinal lymphoma? October, p 463.

CVC Highlight: A quick Q&A on feline vaccine site-associated sarcomas; December, p 578.

Ophthalmology
Image Quiz—Ophthalmology: A Vizsla with eyelid masses; February, p 43.

Clinical Exposures: Palpebral reconstruction after entropion surgery in a dog; March, pp 98-105.

Image Quiz—Ophthalmology: A golden retriever with a red eye; April, p 147.

Image Quiz—Ophthalmology: A rockfish with a bulging eye; June, p 243.

Image Quiz—Ophthalmology: A squinting cattle dog; July, p 293.

Image Quiz—Ophthalmology: A Lab with a pupil abnormality; September, p 383.

Just Ask the Expert: How do you treat conjunctival infections? October, p 456.

Just Ask the Expert: What is a normal Schirmer tear test result? October, p 456.

Hot Literature: Overlooked ocular pain: The benefits of using local anesthesia for enucleation; November, p 491.

Opioids
CVC Highlight: Busting two common opioid myths; December, p 570.

Otitis externa
Just Ask the Expert: How do you manage ceruminous otitis in cats? December, p 564.

Pain management
Video: Specialist in the Spotlight: Dr. James Gaynor; June, p 243.

Hot Literature: What’s the scoop on gabapentin? September, p 406.

Hot Literature: Overlooked ocular pain: The benefits of using local anesthesia for enucleation; November, p 491.

Hot Literature: Long-term NSAID use in cats; November, pp 494-497.

CVC Highlight: Busting two common opioid myths; December, p 570.

CVC Highlight: How I assess postsurgical pain in cats; December, pp 574-575.

CVC Highlight: My approach to an NSAID washout period in dogs; December, p 576.

Pancreatitis
Video: Specialist in the Spotlight: How to manage feline pancreatitis; December, p 538.

Parasitology
Leading Off: Pets, people, and pathogens; March, p 115.

Bacterial resistance to antimicrobials: From the Golden Age to the Bronze Age of antibiotic use; March, online only.

Just Ask the Expert: Feline heartworm disease; March, p 116.

ClinQuiz: Tick particulars; March, pp 119-120.

Hot Literature: Flea and tick control is changing—Are you? March, pp 122-124.

Bartonellosis: An emerging and potentially hidden epidemic? March, pp 126-130.

An MD and DVM Q&A with Dr. Breitschwerdt; March, p 127.

Leading Off: Bartonellosis: Clinical and diagnostic challenges; April, p 152.

Hot Literature: Bartonellosis: What do we know? What can we do? April, pp 159-162.

Research Updates: Should veterinarians emphasize the risk of intestinal nematodiasis based on patient signalment and geographic location? May, pp 208-210.

Have You Heard? Getting a leash on visceral leishmaniasis; June, p 243; December, pp 554-556.

Leading Off: CAPC road show: East bound and down! June, p 246.

Just Ask the Expert: The zoonotic threat of rabbits and other wild animals; July, p 296.

Have You Heard? More than just flea control in cats; August, p 338.

Just Ask the Expert: How do you detect Physaloptera species eggs? October, pp 472-473.

Hot Literature: Lyme borreliosis in man and his best friend; November, pp 490-491.

Hot Literature: Who’s got leptospirosis? November, p 492.

Pemphigus foliaceus
Canine and feline pemphigus foliaceus: Improving your chances of a successful outcome; January, pp 18-30. Correction, March, p 96.

Client handout: Answers to your questions about pemphigus foliaceus in dogs and cats (PDF); January, online only.

Pericardial disease
Recognizing and treating pericardial disease; May, pp 218-226.

How to perform a pericardiocentesis; May, pp 228-230.

Pericardiocentesis
How to perform a pericardiocentesis; May, pp 228-230.

Pet overpopulation
Leading Off: Nonsurgical animal sterilization: The potential to control pet overpopulation—and save human lives; January, p 8.

Nonsurgical methods of contraception in dogs and cats: Where are we now? January, pp 12-17.

Pheromones
Have You Heard? Can pheromones ease surgical stress? December, p 538.

Physaloptera species
Just Ask the Expert: How do you detect Physaloptera species eggs? October, pp 472-473.

Piroxicam
Just Ask the Expert: Transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder and piroxicam; May, p 204.

Prednisone
Hot Literature: Prednisone and ultralow-dose aspirin: Good for the gut? January, p 10.

Proteinuria
Just Ask the Expert: How do you handle proteinuria? October, p 466.

CVC Highlight: Why you should worry about your patients with proteinuria; December, pp 572-573.

Pulmonary disease
Diagnosing and managing canine eosinophilic bronchopneumopathy; June, pp 272-282. Correction, August, p 342.

The pathophysiology of eosinophilic bronchopneumopathy; June, p 276.

Rabbits
Just Ask the Expert: The zoonotic threat of rabbits and other wild animals; July, p 296.

Radiography
Clinical Exposures: Why it’s important to examine the entire radiographic image; April, pp 154-158.

Research Updates: Common disorders associated with aspiration pneumonia in dogs, and the influence of underlying disease or thoracic radiograph findings on patient survival; May, pp 210-211.

Video: Interventional oncology: Overview and indications; October, p 435.

Video: Interventional radiology: Overview and indications; October, p 435.

Reader Questions
What you want to know about diabetic regulation; June, pp 248-249.

More diabetic regulation advice; August, pp 344-345.

Reconstructive surgery
Video: How to place walking sutures; April, p 147.

Skills Laboratory: Reconstructive surgery techniques, Part 5: Walking sutures; April, pp 170-173.

Video: How to make a rotation skin flap; May, p 199.

Skills Laboratory: Reconstructive surgery techniques, Part 6: Rotation skin flaps; May, pp 215-217.

Renal agenesis
Clinical Exposures: Incidental finding of renal agenesis in a cat; June, pp 255-258.

Renal disease
Have You Heard? Gene therapy for CRF? January, p 5.

Clinical Exposures: Incidental finding of renal agenesis in a cat; June, pp 255-258.

Research Updates: Does FIV play a role in the development of chronic kidney disease in cats? October, pp 444-446.

Just Ask the Expert: How do you handle proteinuria? October, p 466.

CVC Highlight: Why you should worry about your patients with proteinuria; December, pp 572-573.

Reproduction
Leading Off: Nonsurgical animal sterilization: The potential to control pet overpopulation—and save human lives; January, p 8.

Nonsurgical methods of contraception in dogs and cats: Where are we now? January, pp 12-17.

Video: Common canine reproductive questions answered; May, p 199.

Research Updates
Ascites validated as a powerful prognostic indicator in canine chronic hepatitis; February, pp 52-54.

Should veterinarians emphasize the risk of intestinal nematodiasis based on patient signalment and geographic location? May, pp 208-210.

Common disorders associated with aspiration pneumonia in dogs, and the influence of underlying disease or thoracic radiograph findings on patient survival; May, pp 210-211.

A simple blood smear as a diagnostic test to predict death secondary to heatstroke in dogs? May, pp 211-212.

Dogs with gallbladder mucoceles may be prone to common endocrine diseases; July, pp 299-301.

How often do uroliths really recur in cats? August, pp 350-352.

Giving glargine insulin to newly diagnosed diabetic cats may increase the likelihood of remission; September, pp 400-402.

Does FIV play a role in the development of chronic kidney disease in cats? October, pp 444-446.

Should biopsy samples be routinely collected from the duodenum and ileum in dogs with clinical signs suggestive of concurrent small and large bowel diarrhea? November, pp 499-500.

Do glucosamine-based chondroprotective agents affect fructosamine monitoring in diabetic dogs? December, pp 542-544.

Retrievers
Exercise intolerance in retrievers; February, pp 64-75.

Client form: Exercise intolerance supplemental history (PDF); February, online only.

Rodenticide toxicosis
Toxicology Brief: A case of zinc phosphide toxicosis; September, pp 388-392.

Rotation skin flap
Video: How to make a rotation skin flap; May, p 199.

Skills Laboratory: Reconstructive surgery techniques, Part 6: Rotation skin flaps; May, pp 215-217.

Salmonellosis
Have You Heard? Stop! Don’t kiss that frog! April, p 147; December, p 558.

Schirmer tear test
Just Ask the Expert: What is a normal Schirmer tear test result? October, p 456.

Sepsis
A fresh look at identifying sepsis in cats; September, pp 416-422.

Sheather’s solution
Recipe for Sheather’s sucrose solution; October, p 469.

Skills Laboratory
Reconstructive surgery techniques, Part 5: Walking sutures; April, pp 170-173.

Reconstructive surgery techniques, Part 6: Rotation skin flaps; May, pp 215-217.

Skin staples
Just Ask the Expert: Am I using skin staples for wound closure correctly? October, p 460.

Spironolactone
Hot Literature: Spironolactone: A promising adjunctive therapy for myxomatous mitral valve disease; September, p 409.

Strychnine poisoning
Toxicology Brief: Epidemiology and management of strychnine poisoning; June, pp 250-254.

Surgery
Video: How to place walking sutures; April, p 147.

Skills Laboratory: Reconstructive surgery techniques, Part 5: Walking sutures; April, pp 170-173.

Have You Heard? A less invasive GDV prevention alternative; May, p 199.

Video: How to make a rotation skin flap; May, p 199.

Skills Laboratory: Reconstructive surgery techniques, Part 6: Rotation skin flaps; May, pp 215-217.

Just Ask the Expert: Am I using skin staples for wound closure correctly? October, p 460.

Have You Heard? Can pheromones ease surgical stress? December, p 538.

Ticks
ClinQuiz: Tick particulars; March, pp 119-120.

Hot Literature: Flea and tick control is changing—Are you? March, pp 122-124.

Hot Literature: Lyme borreliosis in man and his best friend; November, pp 490-491.

Tooth extraction
Just Ask the Expert: Is tooth extraction an acceptable treatment for aggression? April, pp 164-165.

Just Ask the Expert: Further advice on tooth extraction to treat aggression; June, pp 260-263.

Tooth resorption
Have You Heard? Clarifying canine tooth resorption; September, p 383.

Toxicology
Toxicology Brief: Epidemiology and management of strychnine poisoning; June, pp 250-254.

Toxicology Brief: A case of zinc phosphide toxicosis; September, pp 388-392.

Transfusion
An update on blood typing, crossmatching, and doing no harm in transfusing dogs and cats; October, pp 447-453.

Transitional cell carcinoma
Just Ask the Expert: Transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder and piroxicam; May, p 204.

Troponin 1
Hot Literature: Troponin 1 indicates cardiac disease severity in dogs; May, p 202.

Ultrasonography
Image Quiz—Ultrasonography: A cat with a distended abdomen; October, p 435.

Urolithiasis
Research Updates: How often do uroliths really recur in cats? August, pp 350-352.

Urology
Research Updates: How often do uroliths really recur in cats? August, pp 350-352.

Just Ask the Expert: How do you handle proteinuria? October, p 466.

CVC Highlight: Why you should worry about your patients with proteinuria; December, pp 572-573.

Vaccine-site associated sarcoma
CVC Highlight: A quick Q&A on feline vaccine site-associated sarcomas; December, p 578.

Walking sutures
Video: How to place walking sutures; April, p 147.

Skills Laboratory: Reconstructive surgery techniques, Part 5: Walking sutures; April, pp 170-173.

Wild animals
Video: Researching behavior in Asian elephants; January, p 5.

Mind Over Miller: Why do we keep killing endangered species? February, p 78.

Just Ask the Expert: The zoonotic threat of rabbits and other wild animals; July, p 296.

Mind Over Miller: Helping all creatures preserve their pearly whites; July, p 330.

Wound closure
Video: How to place walking sutures; April, p 147.

Skills Laboratory: Reconstructive surgery techniques, Part 5: Walking sutures; April, pp 170-173.

Video: How to make a rotation skin flap; May, p 199.

Skills Laboratory: Reconstructive surgery techniques, Part 6: Rotation skin flaps; May, pp 215-217.

Just Ask the Expert: Am I using skin staples for wound closure correctly? October, p 460.

Zinc phosphide
Toxicology Brief: A case of zinc phosphide toxicosis; September, pp 388-392.

Zoonosis
Leading Off: Pets, people, and pathogens; March, p 115.

Bacterial resistance to antimicrobials: From the Golden Age to the Bronze Age of antibiotic use; March, online only.

Bartonellosis: An emerging and potentially hidden epidemic? March, pp 126-130.

An MD and DVM Q&A with Dr. Breitschwerdt; March, p 127.

Understanding viral zoonoses: H1N1 influenza; March, pp 131-135.

An MD and DVM Q&A with Dr. Opal; March, p 132.

Have You Heard? Stop! Don’t kiss that frog! April, p 147; December, p 558.

Leading Off: Bartonellosis: Clinical and diagnostic challenges; April, p 152.

Hot Literature: Bartonellosis: What do we know? What can we do? April, pp 159-162.

Have You Heard? Getting a leash on visceral leishmaniasis; June, p 243; December, pp 554-556.

Just Ask the Expert: The zoonotic threat of rabbits and other wild animals; July, p 296.

Have You Heard? More than just flea control in cats; August, p 338.

Hot Literature: Lyme borreliosis in man and his best friend; November, pp 490-491.

Hot Literature: Who’s got leptospirosis? November, p 492.

 

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