All 2018 Issues

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January 2018

  • Explore 5 of the top complications of tooth extractions.
  • Review this case of territorial aggression in a dog.
  • Share these tips for safe animal transportation with your clients.

February 2018

  • 6 steps to a detailed patient history
  • Follow this guide to diagnose and treat nasal discharge in dogs.
  • Review side-by-side cases of sarcoma in a dog and in a human.

March 2018

  • Feast your eyes on this optic neuritis case.
  • Review 5 top corticosteroids for use in emergency settings.
  • Follow this step-by-step guide to stapled functional end-to-end anastomosis. 

April 2018

  • Discover the most common complications encountered during and after heartworm treatment.
  • Follow this step-by-step guide to a successful splenectomy.
  • Take an in-depth look at 5 muscle and tendon injuries to consider in a lame patient.

May 2018

  • Refer to this handy table when interpreting culture and susceptibility reports.
  • Follow this step-by-step guide to external splinting for pectus excavatum in a kitten.
  • Make more successful diagnoses using a clinical reasoning approach.

June 2018

  • Review the most common conditions affecting the nasal planum in dogs.
  • Explore a challenging case of cutaneous and renal glomerular vasculopathy.
  • How would you treat this Boston terrier in acute respiratory distress?

July 2018

  • Review the veterinarian's role in the identification, prevention, and control of infectious diseases.
  • Explore this exhaustive list of regurgitation differentials.
  • Discover one expert’s advice for alternative pain management. 

August 2018

  • Follow along as arthroscopy is performed to both diagnose and treat the unusual cause of one dog’s thoracic limb lameness.
  • Discover the most common mechanisms of adverse drug events in the ICU and strategies to minimize them.
  • Learn how close attention to diet can prevent and diagnose vitamin A deficiency in insectivorous lizards.

September 2018

  • Review a comprehensive guide to constipation, obstipation, and megacolon in cats.
  • Follow these guidelines to facilitate seamless referral of specialty and emergency cases.
  • Take an in-depth look at one expert’s top 5 causes of eosinophilia in cats.

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