Michael Jones, DVM, DABVP
This paper will provide an overview of selected infectious diseases that avian practitioners are likely to see in a clinical avian practice.
This article will discuss methods of recognizing and diagnosing clinical liver disease in avian species including clinical signs, laboratory testing, diagnostic imaging, biopsy, histopathology and culture.
Proper nutrition for companion avian species has long been and still is a central focus of avian veterinarians and aviculturists.
The purpose of this paper is to provide a brief review of important aspects of perioperative management.
Renal disease in avian species is a relatively common occurrence in clinical practice and can be caused by a number of disease processes.
The biochemical profile helps the veterinarian evaluate a patient's metabolic status through three specific groups of tests (metabolites, tissue enzymes and electrolytes).
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