Test your knowledge about diagnosing and treating common dental lesions.
This image gallery illustrates a variety of clinical presentations of crown lesions and their appropriate management in cats, dogs, and pediatric patients.
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A 5-month-old castrated pit bull terrier presented with grade 4/4 nonweight–bearing lameness of the right pelvic limb. Should this dog go to surgery?
Interventional radiology techniques are minimally invasive and can result in decreased anesthesia times and shorter hospitalization. What interventional radiology procedures should you consider?
Vegetarian diets can be healthy for both dogs and cats—when formulated correctly. Follow this approach when discussing vegetarian diets with clients.
These cases illustrate the importance of clinical context when interpreting laboratory findings and the usefulness of dry-mount urine sediment cytology.
Fluid analysis—including color and triglyceride concentration—can help distinguish chylous effusions from other effusion types.
Should pediatric patients that require critical care be treated differently than adult dogs and cats?
An apparently healthy puppy was presented with mucoid vulvar discharge. What’s your diagnosis?