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1. Ensuring quality communication when irreconcilable differences occur within the practice setting - Milani, Myrna

2. Suspected disseminated histiocytic sarcoma in a 3-year-old Perro de Presa Canario dog - Denstedt, Emily
A 3-year-old intact male Perro de Presa Canario dog was presented with acutely inflamed and edematous right hind limb, scrotum, prepuce, and an enlarged left carpus. Two weeks later the dog returned with weight loss, draining tracts in the right hind limb, dermal nodules, a palpable abdominal mass, and uveitis in the left eye. The dog succumbed to his illness 2 days later and a widely disseminated round cell tumor compatible with histiocytic sarcoma was diagnosed following postmortem examination.

3. The efficacy and adverse event profile of dexamethasone, melphalan, actinomycin D, and cytosine arabinoside (DMAC) chemotherapy in relapsed canine lymphoma - Parsons-Doherty, Melissa; Poirier, Valerie J.; Monteith, Gabrielle
In this retrospective study, a chemotherapy protocol using dexamethasone, melphalan, actinomycin D, and cytosine arabinoside (DMAC) was evaluated for efficacy and adverse event profile as a first line rescue protocol in 86 client-owned dogs previously treated with a CHOP-based protocol. Forty-three dogs (43%) achieved remission (16% complete remission, 27% partial remission), and 57% were non-responders. The median overall progression-free survival (PFS) was 24 days. Adverse events included thrombocytopenia in 41% of dogs, neutropenia in 17% of dogs, and gastrointestinal toxicity in 13% of dogs. Overall, 16% (13/79) dogs experienced grade III to IV thrombocytopenia, 8% (6/74) dogs grade III to...

4. Clinical and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings in 26 dogs with canine osseous-associated cervical spondylomyelopathy - Murthy, Vishal D.; Gaitero, Luis; Monteith, Gabrielle
The potential link between degenerative changes seen on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in osseous-associated cervical spondylomyelopathy (OA-CSM) and clinical signs has not been explored. Our goal was to retrospectively evaluate MRI findings, while investigating potential correlations between these changes, signalment, and clinical signs. Twenty-six dogs diagnosed with OA-CSM were included in the study. Clinical signs were converted into a Modified Frankel Score (MFS) and MRI findings were assessed and graded. Giant breeds had multiple compressed sites and presented at a younger age than large breeds, suggesting a different underlying pathophysiology. Spinal cord compression, most commonly bilateral, was present in 36.8%...

5. Comparison of serum amyloid A and C-reactive protein as diagnostic markers of systemic inflammation in dogs - Christensen, Michelle B.; Langhorn, Rebecca; Goddard, Amelia; Andreasen, Eva B.; Moldal, Elena; Tvarijonaviciute, Asta; Kirpensteijn, Jolle; Jakobsen, Sabrina; Persson, Frida; Kjelgaard-Hansen, Mads
The diagnostic performance of canine serum amyloid A (SAA) was compared with that of C-reactive protein (CRP) in the detection of systemic inflammation in dogs. Sera from 500 dogs were retrospectively included in the study. C-reactive protein and SAA were measured using validated automated assays. The overlap performance, clinical decision limits, overall diagnostic performance, correlations, and agreement in the clinical classification between these 2 diagnostic markers were compared. Significantly higher concentrations of both proteins were detected in dogs with systemic inflammation (SAA range: 48.75 to > 2700 mg/L; CRP range: 0.4 to 907.4 mg/L) compared to dogs without systemic inflammation...

6. Evaluation of neostigmine antagonism at different levels of vecuronium-induced neuromuscular blockade in isoflurane anesthetized dogs - Lorenzutti, Augusto M.; Martin-Flores, Manuel; Baldivieso, Juan M.; Himelfarb, Martín A.; Litterio, Nicolás J.
Residual neuromuscular block (NMB) during recovery from general anesthesia may be minimized by antagonizing NMB with neostigmine. We examined neostigmine for restoring neuromuscular function when administered at 2 levels of vecuronium-induced NMB in dogs. Eight healthy adult dogs received vecuronium 0.1 mg/kg body weight (BW), IV, during isoflurane anesthesia. Recovery from vecuronium occurred spontaneously (control group; C), or was enhanced with neostigmine, 0.04 mg/kg BW, IV, administered when 2 (N2) or 4 (N4) responses to train-of-four (TOF) stimulation were first observed. Duration of NMB was significantly shorter for N2 and N4 than for C. The period of complete NMB was...

7. Canine & Feline Gastroenterology - Stogdale, Lea

8. Jejunal perforation due to porcupine quill ingestion in a horse - Anderson, Stacy L.; Panizzi, Luca; Bracamonte, Jose
An 8-month-old Andalusian filly was treated for jejunal perforations due to ingestion of a porcupine quill. During exploratory laparotomy, 2 separate stapled side-to-side jejunojejunal resection and anastomoses were performed. Post-operative complications after 2 years follow-up included mild incisional herniation following incisional infection and chronic intermittent colic.

9. The Amazing Treat Diet for Dogs: How I Saved My Dog from Obesity - Stogdale, Lea

10. Transient Fanconi syndrome in Quarter horses - Ohmes, Cameon M.; Davis, Elizabeth G.; Beard, Laurie A.; Vander Werf, Karie A.; Bianco, Alex W.; Giger, Urs
Two Quarter horses with weight loss had glucosuria, euglycemia, and a mild metabolic acidosis suggesting a proximal renal tubular defect. Further testing revealed transient generalized aminoaciduria, lactic aciduria, and glucosuria, indicating Fanconi syndrome. Both horses recovered with supportive therapy. This is the first report of acquired Fanconi syndrome in horses.

11. Bilateral diffuse cystic renal dysplasia in a 9-day-old Thoroughbred filly - Medina-Torres, Carlos E.; Hewson, Joanne; Stämpfli, Simon; Stalker, Margaret J.
A 9-day-old Thoroughbred filly was presented for diarrhea and lethargy. Diagnostic test results were compatible with severe renal dysfunction. Diffuse cystic lesions of both kidneys were identified on ultrasonographic examination. Postmortem examination confirmed the presence of multiple renal cysts. Congenital nephropathy compatible with bilateral diffuse cystic renal dysplasia was diagnosed.

12. Laryngeal obstruction caused by lymphoma in an adult dairy cow - Lardé, Hélène; Nichols, Sylvain; Babkine, Marie; Chénier, Sonia
A Holstein cow was presented for inspiratory dyspnea. Endoscopic evaluation revealed swollen arytenoids and a presumptive diagnosis of bilateral arytenoidal chondritis was made. A partial arytenoidectomy was performed, the right arytenoid was submitted for histopathology, and a diagnosis of laryngeal lymphoma was made. Due to the poor prognosis, the cow was euthanized.

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14. Mindfulness-based stress reduction - Noonan, Steve

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16. Veterinary Medical Ethics - Rollin, Bernard E.

17. Can we trust peer-reviewed science? - Gyles, Carlton

18. Bacterial contamination on surgical drapes — A comment - Wiwanitkit, Viroj

19. Ethical question on Canadian regulatory veterinary jurisdictional limitations for PED — A comment - Alexander, D. Ian; Douglas, Greg. B.

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