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Use and effect of hand antiseptics in veterinary practicemembers
Veterinary practice nurses were questioned concerning their use of hand antiseptics, in particular waterless hand rubs. Subsequent clinical trials assessed the effect of single applications of alcohol-based and quaternary ammonium compound-based hand rubs at reducing bacterial counts on the hands of theatre nurses in a neutering clinic. The objective of this Investigation was to assess use and effect of hand antiseptics in veterinary clinical practice.

Diagnostic Markers in Dogs With Hemangiosarcoma Related Hemoabdomenmembers
Hemoabdomen as a consequence of a ruptured hemangiosarcoma especially in splen or liver is a common emergency in small animal practice. Not in all cases sonography is available to diagnose this causative neoplasia. This recently published new study investigates: 1) acanthocytosis and presence of acanthocytes in peritoneal fluid as a diagnostic marker for hemangiosarcoma (HSA) in dogs with non-traumatic hemoabdomen; and 2) the association between other erythrocyte, biochemical, and hematologic abnormalities as a mean of differentiating HSA from other disease.
Very relevant for daily practice!

Novel surgical technique for type III distal phalanx fracture in horsesmembers
Type III distal phalanx fracture are not easy to repair, and several surgical techniques are described for this problem. This experimental new study was performed for mechanical evaluation of a novel screw position used for repair in a type III distal phalanx fracture model and assessment of solar canal penetration (SCP). Is the new technique a good option?

Regional Lymph Node Metastatic Burden and Prognosis in Canine Malignant Mammary Tumors members
As in women, regional lymph node status impacts survival in dogs with malignant mammary Tumors, a very common neiplasia in dogs. However, few studies have evaluated regional lymph node metastases in dogs with malignant mammary gland tumors. The objectives of this study were to estimate overall survival based on the assessments of the lymph node status and the morphologic and morphometric features in female dogs with malignant mammary gland tumors.

Enhancing bleomycin efficacy in cats with periocular carcinoma and advanced SCC of the headmembers
Advanced carcinoma of the head represents a substantial health problem in cats for local control and overall survival. This recently only published study evaluates the capability of electrochemotherapy (ECT) to improve bleomycin efficacy in cats with periocular carcinoma and advanced carcinoma of the head. 21 cats with periocular carcinoma (17 squamous cell carcinoma [SCC] and 4 anaplastic carcinoma) and 26 cats with advanced SCC of the head were included in this nonrandomized prospective controlled study.


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LGI Proteins and Epilepsy in Animals and Humansmembers
Leucine-rich glioma-inactivated (LGI) protein was first thought to have a suppressor effect in the formation of some cancers. Developments in physiology and medicine made it possible to characterize the function of the LGI protein family and its crucial role in different conditions more precisely. These proteins play an important role in synaptic transmission, and dysfunction may cause hyperexcitability. Genetic mutation of LGI1was confirmed to be the cause of autosomal dominant lateral temporal lobe epilepsy in humans. Is this also true for dogs?

Dysphagia in horses - nutritonal supportmembers
The dysphagic horse will frequently require nutritional support due to a failure to ingest either sufficient or any feed at all to meet its daily energy and protein requirements. There are a variety of means by which this nutritional support can be provided - this update is very useful to choose the best solution in the individual case!

Iodine-Restricted Diet in Cats with Spontaneous Hyperthyroidismmembers
Exclusive feeding of an iodine-restricted diet has been proposed as a method for controlling clinical manifestations of hyperthyroidism in hyperthyroid cats. This recently published retrospective case series determines the effect of feeding an iodine-restricted diet on TT4 concentrations and clinical signs in 49 client-owned cats with spontaneous hyperthyroidism.

Correlation between histopathology and MRT in the stifles of healthy horsesmembers
With the recent introduction of a 0.25T rotating MRI system, clinical evaluation of the equine stifle joint is now possible in the average equine athlete. A recent publication described common abnormalities of horses with stifle lameness detected with a low-field MRI system; however, postmortem corroboration of the lesions detected was not possible. Therefore, the authors´ objective was to compare postmortem findings with low-field MRI findings in equine cadaver stifle joints.



BOVINE

  • Susceptibility to antimicrobials of mastitis-causing streptococcimembers
  • Perioperative complications of permanent fistulation of sheep rumen members
  • Inflammatory Cytokines and Acute-Phase Proteins in Cows with Pyometramembers
  • ELISA Milk Pregnancy Test in Beef Cowsmembers
  • Exertional rhabdomyolysis in competing endurance horsesmembers
  • Fentanyl in sheeps undergoing orthopaedic surgerymembers
  • Novel 2-stage rumen cannulation technique for dairy cowsmembers
  • Subclinical Endometritis and Consequences on Fertility in Cowsmembers

    EQUINE

  • Central corneal thickness of the growing equine eyemembers
  • Exercise testing in athletic horses
  • Sonographic appearance of normal and injured lateral patellar ligaments in horsesmembers
  • Medial patellar ligament splitting in horses with upward fixation of the patellamembers
  • Equine odontoclastic tooth resorption and hypercementosis - therapy and prognosismembers
  • 3 bandage/splint constructs for stabilization of equine midmetacarpal fracturesmembers
  • Diagnostic imaging in equine dental diseasesmembers
  • Ultrasound-guided heart biopsies in standing horsesmembers

    SMALL ANIMAL PRACTICE

  • Coagulation abnormalities in cats with naturally occurring cytauxzoonosismembers
  • Acute transfusion reactions in dogs and the effect of premedicationmembers
  • 3D-CRT in dogs with massive hepatocellular carcinoma
  • In vivo confocal microscopy for diagnosis and therapy control of canine fungal keratitis members
  • S-Measurement in the Diagnosis of Canine Hip Dysplasiamembers
  • Concentrations of a marker of type I collagen metabolism in ragdolls with HCMmembers
  • Novel surgical technique for perineal hernia repairmembers
  • Prognostic indicators in dogs with head traumamembers

    SWINE PRACTICE

  • Pancuronium versus vecuronium in pigs members
  • Haemodynamic effects of pancuronium and vecuronium in pigsmembers
  • Exposure of pigs to lead from contaminated zinc oxide members
  • Conjugated Linoleic Acid and Growth Performance and Losses of Pigletsmembers
  • Introduction of PRRSV via Boar Semen into a PRRSV-Free Countrymembers
  • Dorsal black skin necrosis in a pot-bellied pigmembers
  • Effect of pharmacological interventions between conception and birth in swinemembers
  • Update to PCV2-virus and associated diseasesmembers

    ARTICLES

  • Use and effect of hand antiseptics in veterinary practicemembers
  • Two dogs with cold agglutinin activitymembers
  • Mechanical ventilation and blood gases and blood pressure in rattlesnakesmembers
  • Infectious haemolytic anemia in an orphaned juvenile female platypus members
  • Bilateral lens luxation in a tree kangaroomembers
  • Description of the lacrimal system of snakes members
  • Monoclonal Antibodies Against Rift Valley Fever Virus Nucleoproteinmembers
  • PCR to detect mycobacteria in fixed samplesmembers

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