Research Note: Photobiomodulation Therapy Protocols in Dogs with Degenerative Myelopathy
Explore what this retrospective study discovered comparing two photobiomodulation therapy protocols and their effects on the progression of degenerative myelopathy clinical signs.
Research Note: Differentiating Cutaneous Epitheliotropic Lymphoma
Can CD20, a predominantly B-cell marker, be used to reliably differentiate between T- and B-cell cutaneous epitheliotropic lymphoma? A recent study examined the frequency of CD20+ staining in T-cell lymphoma, and its prognostic value.
Research Note: UPC & UCC Ratios Collected at Home vs in Clinic
How much do results from urine samples collected at home differ from those collected at the clinic? Read what this study uncovered regarding UCC and UPC ratios.
Research Note: Neutralizing Feline Allergens
Cat allergies affect many humans worldwide and are a major risk factor for development of asthma and rhinitis. Explore the results of this study in which a feline diet with an egg-product ingredient containing anti-Fel d 1 IgY antibodies was fed to cats to safely neutralize Fel d 1.
Research Note: Fluorescent Tagging for Cleaning Surveillance
Find out what this study determined regarding a fluorescent tagging method to assess environmental cleaning practices in a veterinary hospital.
Research Note: Fungal Cultures for Feline Dermatophytosis
How many fungal cultures are needed to confirm mycological cure in cats with dermatophytosis? Use the results of this study when managing your next feline dermatophytosis patient.
Research Note: Probiotic for Canine Atopic Dermatitis
Canine atopic dermatitis can be a frustrating condition to treat and manage, with various treatment options available. When approaching this condition, consider this study on the efficacy of the Enterococcus faecalis FK‐23 probiotic.
Research Note: Once-Monthly Treatment for Feline Diabetes
Glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists show promise in the treatment of feline diabetes mellitus. Discover what this study revealed regarding their use in the treatment of this disease.
Research Note: Multidrug-Resistant Canine Hookworms
This study examined a mutation in a naturally occurring, multidrug-resistant strain of the canine hookworm Ancylostoma caninum. Uncover whether resistance developed in this hookworm after being introduced into the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans.
Research Note: DICOM vs JPEG File Formats for Interpretation by Cardiology Teleradiologists
Learn whether use of Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine or Joint Photographic Experts Group formats offered better diagnostic interpretation in this study.