Research Note: Glucose, pH, & Lactate Metabolic Markers: Potential Early Detection of Osteoarthritis in Dogs
Early diagnosis of osteoarthritis in dogs is challenging. These biomarkers may help in diagnosing and treating your patients sooner.
Research Note: Predicting Heart Failure or Cardiac Death in Dogs with Preclinical Myxomatous Mitral Valve Disease
Myxomatous mitral valve disease in dogs can remain subclinical for an extended period of time. Variables used in this study may help predict onset of heart failure or cardiac death in these patients.
Urinary obstruction is a common problem in cats. This study sought to document histopathologic changes and compare them with clinical severity.
Treatment for chronic inflammatory enteropathies in dogs often involves dietary modification, antibiotics, and/or immunosuppressants. Results from this study may point to a novel therapeutic alternative.
Lung lobe torsion is a surgical emergency. This ultrasonographic image finding can help you pin down the diagnosis.
Canine parvovirus can wreak havoc on the heart. These new ultrasonographic measurement variables can help assess the damage.
Getting patients to eat as soon as possible after surgery is important. These drugs might be another option for improving postoperative appetite.