Check out these 3 articles for insight on diagnosing and managing chronic GI diseases.
Because a gastrointestinal biopsy is not always feasible, obtaining a presumptive diagnosis after ruling out all other possibilities will guide your treatment recommendations. Sponsored by VetriScience.
Introducing leading-edge fecal flotation technology that can elevate your practice’s diagnostic capabilities, bringing expert clinical results to general practitioners. Sponsored by Zoetis.
Esophageal diseases are an important cause of dysmotility and regurgitation in dogs and cats. Here’s what you should know about these disorders.
Radiography is an integral diagnostic tool in companion animal practice. Here are brief guidelines for obtaining the most useful images of the abdomen in dogs and cats.