February 2015

Clinical signs associated with ureteral obstruction in the cat are unfortunately non-specific (Kyles et al, … more

28 mins

The major underpinning principles of effective postoperative pain management are attention to pre and intraoperative … more

55 mins

Indianapolis is the heartland of the United States and, with compassion at the forefront of … more

23 mins

The group of diseases known as ceroid lipofuscinosis are hereditary neurodegenerative conditions seen in several dog … more

15 mins

Your first case of the afternoon is Poppy – a nine-year-old female, neutered, miniature poodle presented to … more

5 mins

Ophthalmic problems increase in frequency with age and common, age-related, systemic diseases, including renal failure, … more

38 mins

Jaw fractures are a common traumatic pathology seen in our patients, as a result of road … more

28 mins

Both tobacco and nicotine replacement therapies are a source of acute poisoning in humans and … more

22 mins

January 2015

Canine osteoarthritis (OA) is a common age-related disease in first opinion practice. This review will … more

43 mins

Otitis externa is inflammation of the external ear canal and is very common in dogs … more

37 mins

December 2014

Part one of this article will cover pathogenesis and clinical signs of otitis externa and … more

15 mins

Part one of this article (VT44.48) discussed the pathophysiological process of acute kidney injury (AKI) … more

23 mins

Arrhythmogenic right ventricular cardiomyopathy (ARVC) is also known as boxer cardiomyopathy. ARVC has been documented in … more

31 mins

November 2014

Cat scratch injuries leading to corneal lacerations are common in dogs and cats. These injuries … more

27 mins

One of the fastest growing areas in research is into the microbiome. With the development … more

17 mins

Improved preventive and interventional health care is leading to an increasing number of older dogs. … more

24 mins

August 2014

Edward Ives considers presenting signs, as well as the care and management required for a good prognosis in this uncommon, but potentially life-threatening, disease.

35 mins

September 2013

Luca Motta looks at the acute and chronic forms of this condition in dogs, discussing diagnosis, current and future therapy, as well as prognosis.

21 mins

June 2012

Catherine Bovens reviews issues around diagnosing and treating the three classifications of pneumothorax in cats and dogs and looks at likely outcomes.

33 mins

May 2012

James Harris takes a look at this condition, and outlines methods to get the most out of the treatment process for everyone involved in such cases.

26 mins