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Recognition, diagnosis, and management of uterine disorders in the intact bitch can be challenging. Test your ability to identify these common canine uterine disorders.
Effectively treating tooth resorption starts with correctly classifying and staging the affected teeth. Follow this cat's second dental procedure to learn how to manage this condition on the first try.
A dog is diagnosed with chronic hepatitis with increased copper levels. Determine which treatments are best for this patient, and which should be avoided.
Yersinia pestis is capable of causing severe disease in dogs and cats, as well as their owners. Understand the source of infection, diagnosis, and treatment to effectively manage this zoonosis.
Struvite stone formation is a potential sequelae of bacterial urinary tract infection in dogs. This case demonstrates how to optimally use nutrition as a therapy for dissolving struvite uroliths.
Dogs becoming fearful and aggressive during veterinary visits is a common challenge. Learn how to manage and prevent aggression with tools such as muzzle training and pre-visit medications.
Falsely elevated serum cholesterol or true pathology? This list covers clinical and lab findings to look for as well as differential diagnoses for increased cholesterol levels.
When icterus is observed on physical examination, the diagnostic approach can be complicated. This flow chart guides you from the initial blood work to potential answers.
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