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Clinical updates

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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 09, 2017
Do not rule out this fatty form of cancer due to absence of fat on CT, says Dr. Eli Cohen.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 07, 2017
Laboratory animal veterinarians are greatly concerned with caring for small mammals away from their natural habitats—giving them the best life possible while they're under these researchers' care. Share their wisdom with your pocket-pet-owning clients.
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VETTED: Nov 06, 2017
What seems like ‘simple’ conjunctivitis may indicate something more serious, with the eyes providing a view into possible systemic disease. It’s also essential that veterinarians treat this common condition individually by species.
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VETTED: Nov 03, 2017
By dvm360.com staff
Facial recognition is the latest and greatest technological feature phones have to offer. But what if that same technology was applied to your veterinary patients or your own pets?
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Nov 02, 2017
Dr. Matthew Keats provides a step-by-step demonstration of this procedure.
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DVM360 MAGAZINE: Nov 01, 2017
With a little less than three years to go, will equine researchers meet the ambitious goal of Vision 2020—to conquer laminitis?
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Oct 31, 2017
Needles, white coats, baths ... The world is full of frightful stuff for your veterinary patients.
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VETTED: Oct 27, 2017
A probiotic already on the market could modulate immune responses in dogs and cats to help manage select clinical problems.
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VETTED: Oct 27, 2017
Help veterinary clients and their pets make life better by implementing an efficient behavior treatment plan.
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VETERINARY MEDICINE: Oct 27, 2017
Though still often called vaccine-associated fibrosarcoma, it is now known that many types of injections can cause this aggressive form of neoplasia in cats. Monitoring injection sites is key to a good prognosis, as is an optimal treatment protocol.