A Practitioner’s Guide to Fracture Management, Part 2: Selection of Fixation Technique and External CoaptationA discussion of the selection of fixation technique, along with the specifics of external coaptation, identification of bone healing, and potential complications.
CardiologyExcess fluid around the heart is a dangerous condition for dogs. Learn to recognize the signs and provide rapid treatment.
DiagnosticsDiagnosing primary metastatic bronchial carcinoma in a cat can be difficult when the patient’s primary clinical sign is lameness. Lung-digit syndrome should be high on the list of diagnostic differentials.
The New AAHA/AAFP Pain Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats – An Interview with Dr. Mark E. EpsteinA conversation with the co-chair of the recently released AAHA/AAFP 2015 Pain Management Guidelines for Dogs and Cats, updating the original guidelines presented in 2007.
ParasitologyUnderstanding why clients do not give their pets heartworm preventive medication may be key in improving compliance.
DentistryExposing diagnostic dental images can be frustrating and time consuming, but with a little practice, it can be mastered.
BehaviorIt is one of the most common reasons cats are relinquished to animal shelters. Here's how to develop a treatment plan that ensures that both the pet owner and cat have good-quality lives.
Parasitology Expertise From the NCVP: American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists, Highlights from the 60th Annual MeetingLearn about some novel parasites, ever-expanding geographic distributions, and new diagnostic techniques, as well as evidence-based recommendations that veterinarians can put into practice.
NewsA nonpharmaceutical anti-inflammatory device, Cerenia approved for acute vomiting in dogs, WSAVA recognizes veterinary excellence and achievement, and more good news from the veterinary community.
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