Clinical Techniques in Small Animal Practice
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The Poison-Proof Practice
Radiographic Techniques of the Nasal Cavity and Sinuses
Chronic rhinitis in cats.
Chronic rhinitis is a common and important problem in cats potentially resulting from a number of intranasal or systemic disorders. Idiopathic chronic rhinosinusitis and nasal neoplasia are the most common causes of chronic nasal disease in cats. For most cats with chronic rhinitis, diagnostic imagi...
Transarterial Coil Embolization for Canine Patent Ductus Arteriosus Occlusion
Practical Application of Holter Monitoring in Dogs and Cats
Practical application of holter monitoring in dogs and cats.
Holter monitoring is a valuable noninvasive tool for the monitoring of the cardiac rhythm over a prolonged period during normal daily activities. The advent of this diagnostic test has demonstrated that the incidence of serious arrhythmias is much greater than previously determined using routine ele...
Excretory urography is a type of contrast study used to verify and localize upper urinary tract disease. In some instances, information regarding renal function and disease pathophysiology can also be obtained. With the recent advances in small animal ultrasonagraphy, excretory urography has become...
Diagnostic pathology for the cancer patient.
It is necessary to have a cooperative relationship between the clinician and the pathologist, because information from both is critical for determining the best case management and favorable prognosis. The principle roles of the veterinary pathologist are to describe the submitted tissues, to determ...
The acute abdomen: A surgeon's approach to diagnosis and treatment