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Practice ManagementCROMs have the ability to bring long-term benefits to animal welfare as well as the veterinary teams' time.
NutritionNewer treatments for chronic inappetence include capromorelin for use in dogs and cats and mirtazapine for use in cats.
PharmacologyWhile inducing emesis remains an important component of managing toxic ingestions in small animal patients, it is important to consider whether emesis is indicated for the specific toxicant and patient in each case.
Infectious DiseaseCases of leishmaniasis are a serious zoonotic concern around the world and are becoming more common in the United States. Veterinarians should be integrating the clinical signs and diagnostics into their regular rotation of diagnoses, especially for dogs with a travel history.
Radiology/ImagingImaging plays a key supportive role in identifying, staging, and monitoring CKD in dogs and cats.
Clinical PathologyCytologic grading of MCTs provides significant prognostic information, can be useful in determining a treatment plan, and correlates well with clinical outcome.
OrthopedicsOsteoarthritis is common in cats, especially older cats. Because the clinical signs of arthritis in cats are very different from those seen in dogs, this condition is often not recognized until it is advanced.
Internal MedicineCAH is caused by the pathologic accumulation of copper in the liver. The only way to accurately diagnose CAH is by histologic analysis of a liver biopsy sample paired with quantitative assessment of hepatic copper concentrations.
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