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Cystic calculi are removed from a 4-year-old spayed cocker spaniel. Two days after surgery, the patient develops severe abdominal discomfort. What went wrong?
Incorporating monitoring techniques in practice helps ensure better outcome on an individual patient basis and raises the standards of care across the profession.
E coli is the most common bacterium isolated in canine and feline UTIs.
The dog had undergone routine ovariohysterectomy at 6 months of age. One month before presentation, the owner noted that the dog’s nipples had become swollen
According to the previous owner, Payton had started limping on the right rear limb about 1½ years before surrender. No diagnosis or treatment had been pursued.
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