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Vitality of Discolored Teeth in Dogs
Intrinsic staining often means a nonvital tooth, but how reliable of an indicator is it? A prospective study examined clinical, radiographic, and histopathologic characteristics of 102 teeth to determine how likely a stained tooth is a dead one.
Optimal Propofol Infusion Rate in Dogs
When administered slowly, propofol has time to equilibrate between the blood and brain, allowing for better titration and thus less dose-dependent adverse effects. Discover the ideal infusion rate for fast tracheal intubation and reduced postinduction apnea in dogs.
Slurry Preparation: A Novel Cytology Technique for Skin Lesions in Dogs
The slurry preparation cytology method involves scraping debris from a skin lesion and macerating it in warm sterile water on a slide. Explore the procedure, its efficacy, and recommendations for the use of this novel sampling technique in dogs.
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