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1. When “the sky’s the limit” isn’t enough - Milani, Myrna

2. Burnout and health promotion in veterinary medicine - Lovell, Brenda L.; Lee, Raymond T.

3. High-throughput sequencing revealed the presence of an unforeseen parvovirus species in Canadian swine: The porcine partetravirus - Bellehumeur, Christian; Boyle, Brian; Mandeville, Isabel; Gagnon, Carl A.

4. Concurrent gall bladder, liver lobe torsion, and bile peritonitis in a German shepherd dog 2 months after gastric dilatation/volvulus gastropexy and splenectomy - Tubby, Kurtis G.
Postmortem examination of a 7-year-old German shepherd dog which had gastric dilatation/volvulus and splenectomy 2 months earlier revealed that the right middle and quadrate liver lobes were diffusely congested and torsed. The gall bladder was grossly distended and torsed along its long axis and there was evidence of bile peritonitis.

5. Comparison of disease trends in the Ontario swine population using active practitioner-based surveillance and passive laboratory-based surveillance (2007–2009) - Amezcua, Rocio; Pearl, David L.; Friendship, Robert M.
A concern about emerging swine diseases led to a pilot study to determine the feasibility of an active surveillance system referred to as the Ontario Swine Veterinary-based Surveillance System (OSVS). The OSVS recorded the incidence of various syndromes and investigated potential outbreaks. However, validation of the disease patterns observed was needed. The objective of this study was to compare the disease patterns observed in the OSVS system with submission data obtained from a regional diagnostic laboratory — the Animal Health Laboratory (AHL). Higher rates of submission were reported to the OSVS compared with AHL records. However, OSVS and AHL data...

6. Transport versus on-farm slaughter of bison: Physiological stress, animal welfare, and avoidable trim losses - McCorkell, Robert; Wynne-Edwards, Katherine; Galbraith, Jayson; Schaefer, Al; Caulkett, Nigel; Boysen, Soren; Pajor, Ed;
Ranched bison are typically less acclimated to handling than are domesticated livestock, suggesting that they might be more vulnerable to handling and transportation stressors. Grain-finished bison were slaughtered on-farm (n = 11), or held for 48 h, transported to a research abattoir, held in lairage for 18 h, and then slaughtered (n = 11). An additional group (n = 10) was sampled at a conventional fixed location abattoir. Measures included serum cortisol and corticosterone concentrations during on-farm handling and exsanguination, serum glucose, creatinine phosphokinase (CPK), aspartate aminotransferase (AST), and trim losses. Transport was associated with an increase in trim loss....

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8. Aseptic tenosynovitis of the carpal flexor sheath caused by rupture of the accessory ligament of the deep digital flexor tendon - Taintor, Jennifer; Caldwell, Fred; Almond, Gregory
A mare was evaluated for acute left forelimb lameness with effusion of the carpal flexor sheath. No osseous abnormalities were noted during radiographic examination. Significant disruption of the accessory ligament of the deep digital flexor tendon was seen during ultrasonographic examination. Carpal sheath effusion and lameness resolved after medical treatment.

9. Management of bilateral idiopathic renal hematuria in a dog with silver nitrate - Di Cicco, Michael F.; Fetzer, Tara; Secoura, Patricia L.; Jermyn, Kieri; Hill, Tracy; Chaloub, Serge; Vaden, Shelly
Renal hematuria has limited treatment options. This report describes management of bilateral idiopathic renal hematuria in a dog with surgically assisted installation of 0.5% silver nitrate solution. Initial treatment resulted in freedom from clinical signs or recurrent anemia for 10 months; however, recurrence of bleeding following a nephrectomy resulted in euthanasia.

10. Prevalence and geographic distribution of canine and feline blastomycosis in the Canadian prairies - Davies, Jennifer L.; Epp, Tasha; Burgess, Hilary J.
This retrospective study reports patient signalment, method of diagnosis and geographic distribution, and examines trends in prevalence and seasonal distribution of blastomycosis cases submitted to a veterinary diagnostic laboratory in Saskatchewan over a 21-year period. Of the 143 cases that originated from Saskatchewan and Manitoba 137 were from canine and 6 from feline patients. Signalment was similar to that previously reported. All cases originated in southern Saskatchewan and Manitoba, primarily from Regina, Moose Jaw, Swift Current, and Winnipeg. Case numbers showed a significant increase in the period 2001 to 2010 compared to 1990 to 2000. Seasonally, there was an increasing...

11. Of Moose and Men: A Wildlife Vet’s Pursuit of the World’s Largest Deer - Bousquet, Teresa

12. Oronasal blastomycosis in a golden retriever - Parker, Kristen; Snead, Elisabeth; Anthony, James; Silver, Tawni
Blastomycosis is one of the most common systemic fungal infections in dogs in North America Pulmonary manifestations are most common; localized disease is rare. A case of localized oronasal blastomycosis mimicking oral neoplasia is described. Long-term therapy with itraconazole resulted in clinical cure.

13. Hookworm dermatitis due to Uncinaria stenocephala in a dog from Saskatchewan - Chu, Shirley; Myers, Sherry L.; Wagner, Brent; Snead, Elisabeth C.R.
Uncinaria stenocephala hookworm dermatitis (uncinariosis) was diagnosed on fecal examination and macerated skin biopsy in a 1.5-year-old greyhound dog from Saskatchewan. This is the first reported case in Canada. Treatment with moxidectin cleared gastrointestinal and dermal infections.

14. Diagnosis and successful surgical treatment of an unusual inguinal liposarcoma in a pet ferret (Mustela putorius furo) - Gardhouse, Sara; Eshar, David; Fromstein, Jordan; Smith, Dale A.
A 4 1/2-year-old female spayed ferret (Mustela putorius furo) was presented for a rapidly growing mass in the inguinal region. Following a complete clinical evaluation, the unusual mass was surgically removed and the histopathological diagnosis was an inguinal liposarcoma. No post-operative complications were observed over a 14-month follow-up period.

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16. Veterinary Medical Ethics - Rollin, Bernard E.

17. Is there a MOOC in your future? - Gyles, Carlton

18. Diagnostic Ophthalmology - Sandmeyer, Lynne S.; Bauer, Bianca S.; Grahn, Bruce H.

19. Managing expenses with budgeting - Osborne, Darren

20. Spontaneous capital femoral physeal fracture in a cat - Schwartz, Galya
A young neutered male cat was presented with a 1-week history of left hind limb lameness. Pain and crepitus were identified on manipulation of the left coxofemoral joint. Radiographic evaluation led to the diagnosis of physeal dysplasia with slipped capital femoral epiphysis of the left femur, which did not respond to conservative management.

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