Dusty W. Nagy, DVM, PhD, DACVIM
Urolithiasis in small ruminants (Proceedings)
Urolithiasis is the most widespread and economically important urinary disease of ruminant species.
Extralabel, legal, and illegal drug use in food animals (Proceedings)
Antibiotic selection is generally based on a range factors including tentative diagnosis, culture and sensitivity data, pharmacokinetic constraints, economics, and legality.
Challenging cases in cattle medicine (Proceedings)
You are presented with a 9 day old Holstein-Friesian heifer calf with a chief complaint of diarrhea of four days duration.
Resuscitation and critical care of neonatal calves (Proceedings)
Adequate resuscitation of the newborn is critical to decreasing calf losses in both beef and dairy herds.
Bovine leukosis virus: A new look at an old problem (Proceedings)
Bovine leukosis virus is an oncogenic retrovirus of cattle.
Ruminant neurology (Proceedings)
Neurology in a clinical setting is frustrating for many veterinarians.