An 8-year-old spayed Dachshund presented with a 2-week history of progressive behavior changes and a recent onset of circling to the left. More.
Although some masses may be difficult to diagnose with cytology, these are 5 common skin masses practitioners should be able to confidently diagnose. More.
The patient has 2 significant degloving injuries on the caudal aspect of both extremities; the left extremity is more denuded than the right. More.
An 8-year-old, castrated Siberian husky crossbreed presented for vomiting and depression in the morning. He was 5% dehydrated, tachycardic, and painful on abdominal palpation.Peer Reviewed
Common liver conditions in dogs include hepatitis, hepatic fibrosis, copper-associated hepatitis, congenital portosystemic vascular anomalies, and “nonhepatic” hepatic disease.Peer Reviewed
In this issue:
Learn how to recognize the radiographic signs of colonic torsion in a dog, follow a step-by-step approach for simultaneous evaluation of bone marrrow cytology and core biopsy samples, and download an algorithm to manage gastric dilatation volvulus. Also, discover one expert’s top 5 skin masses for quick in-clinic diagnosis.
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