Monitoring of Chemotherapy Patients in General PracticePrimary care veterinarians play a crucial role in the lives of oncology patients by performing tests and general monitoring in between chemotherapy treatments and following remission.
Thoracic Radiology in the Diagnosis of Congenital Heart Disease in DogsThoracic radiography is a test of choice for detection of congestive heart failure, but echocardiography is required to obtain a definitive diagnosis of congenital heart disease.
Anesthesia and Analgesia in Brachycephalic DogsBrachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome increases the likelihood of anesthesia complications, making appropriate management of these patients critical for anesthetic safety.
The Aging Canine Eye: What to Look for and How to InterveneAlthough the aging process is inevitable, we can help our senior canine patients with ocular abnormalities.
The Role of Glucocorticoids and NSAIDs in Cancer Treatment for Dogs and CatsGlucocorticoids and NSAIDs can be potent primary or adjuvant treatments for a variety of cancers in veterinary medicine.
Hip Dysplasia: Navigating Surgical Options and TimingThere are several clinical and diagnostic features to consider when selecting a surgical option for canine hip dysplasia.
Urology & Renal Medicine
When Urine Trouble: A Clinical Approach to Proteinuria
In addition to promoting progression of kidney disease, persistent proteinuria has several extrarenal consequences, therefore incidental proteinuria on routine diagnostic workups and geriatric screens should not be ignored.
Conventional Versus Stereotactic Radiotherapy
This continuing education article describes how conventional and stereotactic radiotherapy are used for definitive or palliative treatment in veterinary oncology and the importance of patient selection for these treatment options.