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Table of Contents: November/December 2021

Want to view the full digital issue, including downloadable PDFs? Click here. Features CONTINUING EDUCATION Conventional Versus Stereotactic Radiotherapy Nicholas Rancilio, DVM, MS, DACVR (Radiation Oncology) Virginia Tech Animal Cancer Care and Research Center This continuing education article describes how conventional and stereotactic radiotherapy are used for definitive or palliative treatment in veterinary oncology and …

Table of Contents: September/October 2021

Want to view the full digital issue, including downloadable PDFs? Click here. Features CONTINUING EDUCATION Multimodal Pain Management for Canine Osteoarthritis Darryl Millis, DVM, DACVS, DACVSMR University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine Veterinarians should understand the process for developing a multimodal osteoarthritis treatment plan that aims to delay disease progression, decrease inflammation, and ultimately …

Table of Contents: July/August 2021

Want to view the full digital issue, including downloadable PDFs? Click here. Features CONTINUING EDUCATION Feline Injection Site Sarcomas: Risk Factors, Diagnosis, Staging, and Treatment Algorithm Joanne Intile, DVM, MS, DACVIM (Oncology) Alexandra Gareau, DVM, MS North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine ISSUES IN DERMATOLOGY Treating Otitis Externa in Dogs Patrick Hensel, Dr.med.vet., …

Table of Contents: May/June 2021

Want to view the full digital issue, including downloadable PDFs? Click here. Features CONTINUING EDUCATION Diagnosing, Treating, and Managing Causes of Conjunctivitis in Dogs and Cats Eric C. Ledbetter, DVM, DACVO Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Consider both local and systemic causes of conjunctivitis with a methodical and thorough clinical approach to avoid missing …

Table of Contents: March/April 2021

Want to view the full digital issue, including downloadable PDFs? Click here. Features CONTINUING EDUCATION Surgical Management of Canine Liver Masses Hunter Piegols, DVM Michael Mison, DVM, DACVS University of Pennsylvania Ryan Veterinary Hospital Surgical intervention is indicated as the treatment of choice for massive, solitary liver tumors in dogs, as liver lobectomy has been …

Table of Contents: January/February 2021

Want to view the full digital issue, including downloadable PDFs? Click here. Features CONTINUING EDUCATION Feline Arterial Thromboembolism Michael Aherne, MVB (Hons 1), GradDipVetStud, MS, MANZCVS (Small Animal Surgery), DACVIM (Cardiology) University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine Arterial thromboembolism is an acute or peracute condition that results from embolization of a thrombus within a …

Table of Contents: November/December 2020

Want to view the full digital issue, including downloadable PDFs? Click here. Features CONTINUING EDUCATION Immune-Mediated Hemolytic Anemia Andrew Mackin, BVMS, MVS, DVSc, DACVIM Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine Immune-mediated hemolytic anemia (IMHA) is one of the more commonly encountered causes of anemia in dogs and cats, but a practical management plan is …

Table of Contents: September/October 2020

Want to view the full digital issue, including downloadable PDFs? Click here. Features CONTINUING EDUCATION Wound Reconstruction Techniques: Free Skin Grafts Daniel D. Smeak, DVM, DACVS Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences In order to properly treat sizable wounds on the distal extremities of small animals, it’s helpful to know how …

Table of Contents: July/August 2020

Want to view the full digital issue? Click here. Features CONTINUING EDUCATION Treatment Plans for Routine and Refractory Canine Epilepsy Erin Y. Akin, DVM, DACVIM (Neurology) Bush Veterinary Neurology Service, Woodstock, Ga. An effective epilepsy treatment plan for dogs should reduce seizure frequency, maximize quality of life, and minimize adverse drug effects. Here’s how to …

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