Diet trials are the first-line approach to both diagnosis and treatment of chronic enteropathy and could help patients avoid the need for immunosuppressive therapy.Read More
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With many dogs living mostly indoors, the presumed incidence of fluke infections has declined.
Full-mouth radiographs can identify important pathology that can not be seen during clinical examination.
Tracheal collapse is most common in small dogs; the medical treatment approach includes use of cough suppressants, anti-inflammatories, and antibiotics.
Preventing cats from becoming overweight or obese can be more rewarding and successful than weight-loss programs.
The primary goals of trilostane therapy are resolving clinical signs of hyperadrenocorticism and avoiding oversuppression of the adrenal axis.
Exploratory laparotomy is used to diagnose or further investigate problems inside the abdomen that could not be achieved via preoperative diagnostics.