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Practice owners carry many responsibilities in addition to practicing veterinary medicine, including the roles of landlord and investor. Ensure fair compensation and improve the value of your practice with this guide.
A miniature schnauzer is diagnosed with pancreatitis and diabetes mellitus. Which drugs should be used with caution, and which get the green light?
Evaluation of the oral cavity should be part of every physical examination. This case, involving a patient with chronic nasal symptoms, reveals why a full anesthetized assessment is necessary for complete evaluation.
Neoplastic lesions of the iris and other anterior ocular structures can carry a poor prognosis and high risk of metastasis in some patients. Knowing when to refer and pursue definitive therapy is key.
Several benign forms of iris hyperpigmentation can be observed in dogs and cats. Learn what to look for to differentiate these from more aggressive pigmented lesions.
Altered GI microbiomes can impact homeostatic digestive functions and are associated with other systemic illnesses. From measuring serum cobalamin to fecal microbiota transplantation, diagnose and treat dysbiosis while addressing underlying causes.
Oromucosal erosions and ulcers are painful abnormalities that warrant further investigation and treatment. These images highlight various presentations of such lesions, along with corresponding causes.
Increased panting is a common concern raised by clients. This list covers differentials to consider, from most to least likely.
Damage to the oromucosal epithelium can occur abruptly or gradually and can have endogenous or exogenous causes. Follow this map to characterize and manage these painful lesions.
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