John Williams reports on a case where a border terrier was presented at an emergency hospital and how diagnosis was made.15 mins
Sarah Caney discusses this common complaint in felines and suggests several possible treatments and management tools.
Alex Gough runs the rule over more research in veterinary medicine in his latest Research Review.
The presence of lipaemia can indicate the presence of certain diseases, but it can also make interpretation of biochemistry particularly difficult. Gerardo Poli offers some advice on how to deal with lipaemic samples.
When interpreting PCV/total solids, it is also important to take note of the serum colour as this may give clues into the diagnosis.
Vets now have a new resource in the management of canine epilepsy cases.