Personal/Professional DevelopmentCome one, come all for the wonders, wows, and wisdom of the greatest veterinary show on Earth!
TechnologyPotential applications of AI in veterinary medicine include diagnostics, interpretation, reporting, communications, and more.
ParasitologyAuthenticating perceived drug resistance is very difficult in naturally infected pet populations because it is nearly impossible to rule out reinfection within the home environment or underlying immunosuppressive conditions.
CardiologyEven though many dogs with CHF respond well to standard medical therapy, additional therapies are often needed as disease progresses. Newer therapies may become standard of care for dogs with CHF as more data become available.
NutritionEnsuring appropriate intake of a complete and balanced diet appropriate to the life stage and puppy size is essential. This case report focuses on the added complexity of a picky large-breed puppy with food-responsive enteropathy.
Data clearly show that more cases of heartworm disease are diagnosed in dogs today than just 10 to 20 years ago.
DermatologyThe exact mechanism of disease is progressive and not completely understood; in some cases, it can lead to bacterial infections and ulcers severe enough to be the cause of euthanasia.
Effects of Positioning, Respiration, and Technique on Interpretation of Thoracic Radiographs of Dogs and CatsThe positioning of patients and timing/settings used for image acquisition are crucial for acquiring high-quality radiographs and enhancing recognition of lesions.
Clinical PathologyFlow cytometry is a noninvasive diagnostic tool to further characterize hemolymphatic cells in dogs and cats.
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