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  1. Marsupial Nutrition

    Crawshaw, Graham

  2. Clinical efficacy and tolerance of meloxicam in dogs with chronic osteoarthritis.

    Doig, P A; Purbrick, K A; Hare, J E; McKeown, D B
    A clinical trial was conducted to evaluate the safety and efficacy of the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug meloxicam in dogs with chronic osteoarthritis. Forty clinical cases were enrolled in the 2-phase study. Phase 1 compared therapeutic efficacy and tolerance of meloxicam or placebo for 1 week. Phase 2 involved a 4-week evaluation of the drug's clinical efficacy and tolerance. Clinical efficacy was evaluated by using a scoring system that assessed specific lameness, general stiffness, painful rise, exercise intolerance, and behavior. Evaluations demonstrated significant reductions (P < 0.05) in clinical signs of osteoarthritis following 4 weeks of drug therapy. Side effects were...

  3. Successful treatment of vaginal occlusion in a mare.

    Wiersma, K


  5. Textbook of Small Animal Medicine

    Fruscia, Rocky Di

  6. Seroprevalence of leptospirosis in lynx and bobcats from Quebec.

    Labelle, P; Mikaelian, I; Martineau, D; Beaudin, S; Blanchette, N; Lafond, R; St-Onge, S

  7. Manual of Equine Reproduction

    Bristol, Frank

  8. Cross-sectional study of the association of abomasal displacement or volvulus with serum electrolyte and mineral concentrations in dairy cows.

    Delgado-Lecaroz, R; Warnick, L D; Guard, C L; Smith, M C; Barry, D A
    The objective of this study was to evaluate serum mineral and electrolyte concentrations at the time of on-farm diagnosis of left displaced abomasum, right displaced abomasum, or abomasal volvulus in dairy cows. Data were collected from 104 affected cows and 96 control cows matched with cases, based on herd, parity, and stage of lactation. Cows with abomasal displacement or volvulus had significantly lower calcium, phosphorous, magnesium, potassium, and chloride concentrations and increased anion gap at the time of diagnosis compared with control cows from the same herds. The percentages of cases and controls with total serum calcium concentrations below the...

  9. Strongyle resistance to fenbendazole in horses.

    Authier, S

  10. Diagnostic ophthalmology. Bullous spectaculopathy++ in a king snake.

    Cullen, C L; Wheler, C; Grahn, B H

  11. Preliminary results from the Canadian Veterinary Urolith Centre.

    Houston, D; Patterson, J; Moore, A; Smith, S; Favrin, M; Villagonzalo, M; Hoff, B

  12. Color Atlas of Camelid Hematology

    Crawshaw, Graham

  13. Guttural pouch mycosis in a 6-month-old filly

    Millar, Hugh
    A 6-month-old filly was presented with unilateral epistaxis. Based on clinical signs, endoscopic examination, and postmortem examination, guttural pouch mycosis was diagnosed. The young age of the filly and the fact that this was the 2nd diagnosis of guttural pouch mycosis on this farm was unusual.

  14. A case of salinomycin intoxication in turkeys

    Van Assen, Earl J.
    A flock of 4287 heavy hybrid turkey hens were accidentally fed broiler premix containing salinomycin sodium and suffered a 34.5% death loss. Measures taken to ensure food safety for the remaining flock and consumer food safety included feed record studies, on-farm veterinary consultation, diagnostic laboratory studies, and CgFARAD and CFIA consultation. The remaining turkeys were processed 3 weeks after the initial toxicosis with no evidence of lesions that would render the product unfit for human consumption.

  15. Update on antimicrobial susceptibilities of bacterial isolates from canine and feline otitis externa

    Hariharan, Harry; Coles, Mada; Poole, Doris; Lund, Lorraine; Page, Robert
    The in vitro susceptibility of a total of 1819 bacterial isolates from canine and 103 isolates from feline otitis externa cases to 13 antimicrobial drugs over a 5-year period was evaluated. Among topically used drugs, 90% of isolates were susceptible to gentamicin. Susceptibility of Pseudomonas aeruginosa to gentamicin was 85%, and to polymyxin B 100%. For isolates other than the Pseudomonas sp., susceptibility was highest to amoxicillin-clavulanic acid.

  16. Ventricular septal defects in cattle: A retrospective study of 25 cases

    Buczinski, Sébastien; Fecteau, Gilles; DiFruscia, Rocky
    Clinical and complementary examination, pathological findings, and outcome were reviewed for 25 heifers diagnosed with ventricular septal defect (VSD). Age at presentation ranged from 36 h to 21 mo. The most common reasons for consultation were chronic respiratory problems (11 cases; 44%) or assessment of heart murmur (5 cases; 20%). A pansystolic murmur on the right thoracic side was audible in 20 cases (80%). Pneumonia that interfered with adequate cardiac auscultation was found in 15 calves (60%). Echocardiography was useful in establishing the final diagnosis of VSD (sensitivity of 94%). Prognosis was poor: only 10 calves were discharged and no...

  17. Racing prognosis of horses following surgically repaired olecranon fractures

    Janicek, John C.; Rodgerson, Dwayne H.; Hunt, Robert J.; Spirito, Michael A.; Thorpe, Paul E.; Tessman, Ron K.
    Olecranon fracture is a common orthopedic problem in juvenile horses. Prognosis for complete fracture healing when various methods of internal fixation are used is good; however, the impact of olecranon fracture stabilization on the likelihood that foals will start on a racecourse is unknown. Medical records of foals undergoing internal fixation for an olecranon fracture were reviewed. The dam’s foaling records were obtained and lifetime racing records were then retrieved for both the affected foals and 1 of their siblings. Twenty-two of 24 repaired fractures healed completely, subsequently, 16 of the foals started in at least 1 race. Statistical calculations...

  18. Analysis of a practice management computer software program for owner compliance with recall reminders

    Adams, Vicki J.; Waldner, Cheryl L.; Campbell, John R.
    The purpose of this study was to describe clients’ level of compliance with reminders that are computer generated and to identify factors associated with owner response to a recall. Client response to a recall notice revealed that clients responded to reminders for vaccination about 3 times less often than for the other recall codes combined (dental procedures, laboratory tests, medical progress examinations, and neutering). These results suggest that veterinarians need to move away from annual vaccination reminders and toward the promotion of preventive veterinary services, such as annual wellness examinations, screening laboratory testing, and routine dental procedures. Once a practice...

  19. Mycoplasma haemolamae infection in a 4-day-old cria: Support for in utero transmission by use of a polymerase chain reaction assay

    Almy, Frederic S.; Ladd, Sabine M.; Sponenberg, D. Phillip; Crisman, Mark V.; Messick, Joanne B.
    Blood smear examination in a 4-day-old alpaca revealed massive erythrocyte parasitism by Mycoplasma haemolamae. Blood collected from both the nonparasitemic dam and the cria were positive for M. haemolamae by polymerase chain reaction (PCR) analysis. These findings suggest in utero transmission of M. haemolamae in camelids, even when the dam is not parasitemic.

  20. Primary orbital melanoma without ocular involvement in a Balinese cat

    de Lorimier, Louis-Philippe
    A 6.5-year-old spayed female Balinese cat was diagnosed with a large and locally invasive primary orbital melanoma, without ocular involvement or detectable metastatic disease. Advanced imaging and immunohistochemical studies helped in obtaining the diagnosis. Because of advanced unresectable disease and ensuing poor quality of life, the cat was euthanized.

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