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While alleviating chronic pain is an outpatient process, there may be some procedures that require inpatient care.
Immune-mediated hemolytic anemia (IMHA) can occur as a primary idiopathic disorder or be initiated by drugs, infectious disease, or neoplasia. IMHA occurs when the host produces IgG or IgM autoantibodies against its own red blood cells.
In small dogs and cats, a blind technique for collecting BAL fluid can be performed quickly, easily, and without specialized equipment.
Winston, a 10-year-old, neutered male flat-coated retriever, presented for evaluation of hip pain.
A practitioner should consider whether glaucoma is the correct diagnosis, whether it is primary or secondary, and whether it is acute or chronic.
A mixed-breed dog and 2 domestic shorthair cats were presented for severe flea infestation. Read on to find out more information on their findings.
Assessing BCS is a subjective and semiquantitative method for evaluating body fat that combines visual assessment and palpation to assess adipose tissue mass.
Fever of unknown origin (FUO) is considered to be present when an obvious cause for a persistent fever has not been found after routine examination and diagnostic tests.
In modern veterinary medicine, glucocorticoids play a vital role in the management of an array of clinical conditions; however, they are associated with a variety of complications.
Clinician's Brief provides relevant diagnostic and treatment information for small animal practitioners. It has been ranked the #1 most essential publication by small animal veterinarians for 9 years.*
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