After successful resolution of a urinary blockage, why did this cat repeatedly exhibit straining and bloody urine or none at all?
Wouldn't it be great if we could prevent recurrent urinary tract infections? This article addresses some possible solutions.
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Explore how to best use these 4 indicators to facilitate early diagnosis and enhance therapy for CKD.
Bordetella bronchiseptica is a well-known cause of pneumonia. What other common pathogens can cause this disease, and how should it be managed?
An 11-year-old cat diagnosed with pneumothorax is treated with thoracocentesis. Signs resolved and the patient went home, only to return days later with rapid, shallow breathing. What happened?
Canine infectious respiratory disease complex (CIRDC), more commonly referred to as kennel cough, continues to challenge private-practice and shelter-based clinicians. In this roundtable, a panel of experts discusses their experiences in managing this challenging condition.
Complementary & Alternative Medicine
Acupuncture is increasingly common in veterinary practice; however, despite its vast history, the best approaches for its practice in veterinary medicine are still debated.
As part of physical rehabilitation, extracorporeal shockwave therapy may support bone, tendon and ligament healing; osteoarthritis treatment; and healing of chronic wounds.
This thorough exploration of the all-important physical exam includes step-by-step images and short video demonstrations.
The cause of these clinical signs was based on presence of anemia, slide agglutination results, and negative imaging and vector-borne disease tests. What is your diagnosis?
Clinical signs, diagnostic strategies, and specific treatments for canine distemper are described in this thorough review.
Practices need to have a protocol for patients with potential parvovirus, including cleaning, isolation, and staff training.