With a potentially obstructive foreign body, more than one treatment plan may be appropriate. You make the call in this interactive case.
Topical therapy alone may be effective for treating some canine pyodermas. How do you choose the correct topical treatment for your patient?
A systematic approach will help determine the cause of crusted paws. Review key features of diseases affecting this region of the body.
Identifying subtle intercat aggression can be the key to solving persistent house soiling. Discover tricks to help decode feline behavior.
Novel treatment options for a common dermatologic disorder are covered in this case report. Challenge yourself to learn something new!
A 5-year-old boxer was anesthetized to alleviate a urinary obstruction. Despite supportive care, the patient’s condition declined and he arrested. What went wrong in this case?
This simple surgery is a first line treatment for feline inflammatory polyps. Watch this exclusive video for expert training.
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