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Oromucosal erosions and ulcers are painful abnormalities that warrant further investigation and treatment. These images highlight various presentations of such lesions, along with corresponding causes.
Expand your knowledge of eosinophilic granuloma complex lesions in cats with this image gallery.
Use these images to review select feline fundus abnormalities.
Interpreting dental radiographs can be tricky. Use this image gallery to review common abnormalities found on dental radiographs.
This image gallery translates tension lines from textbook theory into routine surgical practice.
Use this image gallery to review common cytologic findings of lymph node aspirates.
Don’t let this mite walk all over your patients. Review the clinical signs, diagnosis, and treatment of cheyletiellosis.
Corneal perforations don’t all look the same. Click through these images of various kinds of corneal perforations to guide diagnosis and treatment.
Can you name that tick? Test your identification skills with this comprehensive guide to ticks found in North America.
Would you recognize eosinophilic keratitis? Become a pro with these photos of proliferative keratoconjunctivitis at varying stages and learn treatment options.
Sorting out benign and malignant dermal masses can be tricky. Use this image gallery to interpret various dermal masses affecting small animals.
Not all feline oral inflammation cases require full mouth extractions. Discover key points to consider when treating feline chronic gingivostomatitis.
Knowing what can go wrong with tooth extractions is the best way to prevent complications. Discover the 5 most common issues encountered when removing teeth.
From sores and abrasions to loss of joint mobility, prevent complications by brushing up on the correct way to apply bandages.
Use this image gallery to review the proper technique for performing a cosmetic autopsy in small animals.
Proper identification of radiographic lesions is integral to diagnosing shoulder lameness. Follow this step-by-step guide to radiographic interpretation of the canine shoulder joint.
These radiographs provide case-based examples of primary and metastatic neoplasms of the musculoskeletal system in dogs and cats.
These thoracic radiographs provide case-based examples of primary and secondary (ie, metastatic) neoplasms of the thoracic cavity in dogs and cats.
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