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This article reviews biopsy of cutaneous and subcutaneous masses with emphasis on planning, indications, techniques, instrumentation, and potential complications.
With marijuana use becoming increasingly legalized and normalized, general practitioners are seeing more intoxication cases than ever before.
A complete and balanced diet, such as the newly available commercial diet Hill’s Prescription Diet ONC Care, can work in conjunction with medical/surgical therapy to lead to improved clinical outcomes and wellbeing in cancer patients.
The most common causes of pruritus in dogs are ectoparasites, infections, and allergies.
Topical antibacterials alone can be as effective as systemic therapy if established guidelines are followed and the underlying causes are identified and treated.
Autologous or allogenic blood can be used for blood patch pleurodesis in the event of persistent pneumothorax.