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Top 5 Causes of Passive Cervical Flexion

Top 5 Causes of Passive Cervical Flexion

Passive cervical flexion in cats and dogs has many possible causes. Use this list to facilitate diagnosis and treatment.

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Hemoabdomen

Hemoabdomen

Hemoabdomen can be associated with trauma or occur spontaneously, and treatment and prognosis depend on the underlying cause. Use this management tree to triage and treat these patients.

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Nonresponsive Skin Lesions in a Siberian Husky

Nonresponsive Skin Lesions in a Siberian Husky

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Lethargy & Anorexia Following Foreign Body Surgery

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Acute Pleural Effusion in a Dog

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Comparative Imagery

Effusion Cytology

Effusion Cytology

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Diseases of the Iris & Anterior Chamber

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Small Mammal Restraint Techniques

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Sarcoma in Animals and Humans


Man vs man’s best friend—view a side-by-side sarcoma case in a dog and in a human.

Oncology|Peer Reviewed

Infectious Disease

Challenges in Diagnosing Canine Brucellosis

Challenges in Diagnosing Canine Brucellosis

Canine Leptospirosis: The Best Treatment Remains Prevention

Canine Leptospirosis: The Best Treatment Remains Prevention

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Limiting the Spread of Canine Influenza Virus During an Outbreak


Research Note: Novel Protoparvovirus in Cats


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