Explore the potential benefits of complementary medicine in treating veterinary cancer patients.
Acupuncture has been shown to reduce nausea and pain in human cancer patients. Could it be beneficial for veterinary patients as well?
Explore diagnostic approaches as well as acute and long-term treatment options for cases of suspected congenital hydrocephalus.
Refresh your knowledge of canine influenza, and review key diagnostic, treatment, and prevention strategies.
When financial constraints limit treatment options, doing what’s best can be a challenge. Two experts weigh in on one difficult case of tetany.
An 11-year-old boxer is presented with a fast-growing oral mass. What is your diagnosis?
This simple surgery is a first line treatment for feline inflammatory polyps. Watch this exclusive video for expert training.
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