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Fenestration to treat acute thoracolumbar intervertebral disc herniation in dogs - a reviewmembers
Acute thoracolumbar intervertebral disc herniation in dogs is a common cause of “back” pain, pelvic limb paresis or paralysis and incontinence. Treatment of this condition has long been a source of controversy, especially since the introduction of surgical interventions in the 1950s. Unfortunately, formal clinical trials to compare efficacy of conservative and surgical interventions have never been carried out and the current lack of clinical equipoise on this subject now precludes such a trial on ethical grounds. A fascinating and critical review article!

Bacterial conjunctivitis in chinchillas members
Chinchillas have become very popular pets over the last decades. Bacterial conjunctivitis is occasionally diagnosed. This new study evaluates the anamnesis, clinical signs, diagnostic test results, treatment and outcome of 49 chinchillas diagnosed with bacterial conjunctivitis. The association between clinical signs and type of bacteria involved was determined by means of univariate logistic regression.

Prevalence of inherited ocular disorders in three large Italian dog breedsmembers
Three large Italian dog breeds are common in Italy: Neapolitan Mastiff (FCI code: 197), Maremma Sheepdog (FCI code: 201), and Italian Corso dog (FCI code: 343). This recently online published study describes the epidemiology and the types of eye disorders that are presumed to be inherited (PIED) in these breeds enrolling more than 600 dogs.

Urinary tract protothecosis in dogsmembers
Protothecosis is a serious and often systemic infection with Prototheca spp that can lead to severe and life-threatening symptoms. One of the acceted organ systems is the urinary tract. The records of 13 dogs with systemic infection with Prototheca sp. from 3 veterinary teaching hospitals were reviewed to describe the most common signs of a urinary tract protothecosis.

Long-term follow-up of Norwegian horses with acquired polyneuropathymembers
Acquired equine polyneuropathy (AEP), a neurological disease clinically characterised by knuckling of metatarsophalangeal joints, has been described in numerous Nordic horses during the last 20 years. Although clinical recovery has been reported, large-scale data on long-term follow-up of survivors have been lacking. The objectives of this retrospective cohort study were to describe long-term survival of AEP affected horses registered in Norway, with a focus on athletic performance and possible residual clinical signs connected to the disease.


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Canine mammary tumours as model for hereditary breast cancer susceptibility genes in humansmembers
Canines are excellent models for cancer studies due to their similar physiology and genomic sequence to humans, companion status and limited intra-breed heterogeneity. Due to their affliction to mammary cancers, canines can serve as powerful genetic models of hereditary breast cancers. Variants within known human breast cancer susceptibility genes only explain a fraction of familial cases.

Balloon Valvuloplasty of Tricuspid Stenosis in 5 Labrador Retrieversmembers
There are limited reports of severe tricuspid valve stenosis in dogs and limited data regarding treatment and outcome. Thus, the objective of this cases series enrolling five client-owned dogs with severe TVS was to evaluate clinical signs, echocardiographic features, and outcome of balloon valvuloplasty (BV) in dogs with severe tricuspid valve stenosis (TVS) in which BV was attempted.

Surgical retrieval of a lost guide wire during central venous catheterization members
A 28 kg, 4-year-old female neutered mixed breed dog presented to the primary care veterinarian with diabetic ketosis. During the process of central venous catheterization, the guide wire was accidently released and the entire length of the guide wire slipped into the jugular vein. Due to the absence of nearby interventional radiology facilities, surgical intervention was proposed. An interesting and unique case report!

Marsupialization of a cyst of the nictitating membrane members
Development of cysts has been reported as a potential complication after surgical repositioning of nictitating membrane gland protrusion using the conjunctival pocket technique. To the authors` knowledge, no treatment for these cysts has ever been published. This case series describes a surgical technique of marsupialization as a treatment option for these cysts and proposes a pathogenesis for cyst formation, similar to the treatment of other cysts, e.g. of the prostatic gland. This technique seems very promising!



BOVINE

  • Subclinical ketosis in dairy cows: prevalence and risk factorsmembers
  • Metabolic profiles of cow`s bloodmembers
  • A novel ovine astrovirus associated with encephalitis and ganglionitismembers
  • Pharmacokinetics of an injectable long-acting praziquantel suspension in cattlemembers
  • Tulathromycin versus tildipirosin in experimental Mycoplasma bovis infection in calvesmembers
  • Tulathromycin versus tildipirosin in experimental Mycoplasma bovis infection in calvesmembers
  • Antibodies to bovine viral diarrhoea virus (BVDV) in water buffalo and cattle in Australiamembers
  • Postpartum anoestrus in seasonally-calving dairy farms members

    EQUINE

  • Inflammatory markers in previously laminitic poniesmembers
  • New technique for correction of moderate to severe angular limb deformities in foalsmembers
  • Accuracy of injecting the distal tarsal joints in the horsemembers
  • Toll-like receptor and cytokine messenger RNA levels in equine periodontitis members
  • Dose and diet and the pharmacodynamics of esomeprazole in the horsemembers
  • Novel ultrasound-guided approach to injection of the navicular bursamembers
  • Prevalence and serological diagnosis of liver fluke infection in Irish horses members
  • Storage time and temperature and the results of synovial and mesothelial fluidsmembers

    SMALL ANIMAL PRACTICE

  • Conjunctival dacryops in two young golden retriever dogsmembers
  • Unusual cause for refractory ascites in a young dog members
  • Malignant anal sac melanoma in dogsmembers
  • ROTEM reference values in healthy catsmembers
  • Topical hyaluronic acid on corneal wound healing in dogsmembers
  • Lomustine (Cecenu) in cats with intermediate to large cell gastrointestinal lymphoma members
  • Bartonella henselae in canine cavitary effusions - an underdiagnosed problem?members
  • Vomitus in dogs with pericardial effusionmembers

    SWINE PRACTICE

  • Novel highly pathogenic porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus in Chinamembers
  • Calibration of the TonoVet and Tono-Pen Vet tonometers in pigs´ eyesmembers
  • Measurement of serum cobalamin and folate concentrations in pigs with commercially assaysmembers
  • Commercially available immunoassays for serum cobalamin and folate in pigsmembers
  • Ultrasound-guided vessel catheterization in adult pigsmembers
  • Association between porcine cytomegalovirus infection and PMWSmembers
  • Suitable antibiotic therapy to treat swine brucellosismembers
  • Pancuronium versus vecuronium in pigs members

    ARTICLES

  • Treatment of corneal ulceration in stranded California sea lions members
  • Effects of substrates and stress on placental metabolismmembers
  • Vaccine regimens against caecal Salmonella Typhimurium colonisation in laying hensmembers
  • Presumptive keratoglobus in a raptormembers
  • Monitored, controlled long-term anaesthesia in broiler chickenmembers
  • Pharmacokinetics of cefovecin in alpacasmembers
  • Use and effect of hand antiseptics in veterinary practicemembers
  • Two dogs with cold agglutinin activitymembers

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