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Fearful and aggressive dogs can be managed safely and effectively on surgery day. From initial client communication to recovery and discharge, follow these 5 steps.
The neurologic examination is a series of observations and tests that determine if a lesion is present, where it is located, and how severe the lesion is.
This step-by-step guide describes how to obtain a liver biopsy sample by Baker punch and clamshell technique via laparoscopy.
The most likely diagnosis in a spayed cat with history of periodic estrus is ovarian remnant. This video demonstrates the technique to identify and remove ovarian remnants.
A 3 year-old intact female Husky presented with a history of lethargy. Physical examination revealed a mid-abdominal mass and a purulent vulvar discharge.
A French bulldog presents with airway obstruction and subsequent regurgitation. In this surgical video, Howard B Seim III, DVM, DACVS shares his approach to soft palate resection.
Behavior changes may be the first sign of pain in some cats. Explore options for multimodal pain management in senior cats.
Watch this video and learn how to perform corkscrew tail amputation for dogs with coccygeal vertebral malformations.
A young bulldog is presented for significant incoordination in all 4 limbs. Could metronidazole prescribed months ago be part of the problem?
A thorough ear examination involves 3 independent parts. This step-by-step guide walks you through a comprehensive evaluation from start to finish.
Appropriate stabilization of flail chest can reduce pain and result in better outcomes. Fine-tune your approach with this step-by-step guide.
Watch this video to learn the proper use of 3 common friction knots, and Aberdeen knot used to end a continuous suture line.
Cardiac interventional therapy provides an option with reduced cost, operative times, and septic concerns as well as increased applicability.
A 9-year-old castrated golden retriever presented with a 9-month history of worsening muscle atrophy of the right side of the head.
Not all cystic calculi require surgical removal. Watch this video of urohydropropulsion performed in a 6-year-old female Akita for tips on this less-invasive procedure.
A Boston terrier is evaluated for peracute tetraparesis. Where would you localize this lesion?
See the various appearances of chorioretinitis, coupled with the underlying systemic disease or other condition.
This thorough exploration of the all-important physical exam includes step-by-step images and short video demonstrations.
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