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The Canadian Veterinary Journal

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13281. VIDO LEADS GENOME PROJECT TO FIGHT INFECTIOUS DISEASES

13282. PREMIUMS ARE RISING FOR THE CVMA INSURANCE PROGRAM - Pulfer, Don

13283. QUIZ CORNER

13284. 2001 ANNUAL REPORT : HARNESSING THE INTERNET FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE PROFESSION

13285. A year of accomplishment - Baar, Michael

13286. Ethical question of the month — July 2002

13287. An ethicist's commentary on a veterinarian wearing company logos - Rollin, Bernard E.

13288. Ethical question of the month — April 2002

13289. Conflict of interest - Brazzell, Paul; Brazzell, Jennifer

13290. AN APOLOGY…

13291. COMING EVENTS

13292. Answers to Quiz Corner

13293. External coaptation of distal radius and ulna fractures - Harasen, Greg

13294. Collegeality - Grenn, Harvey

13295. Trends in Emerging Viral Infections of Swine - Magar, Ronald

13296. Strangulation of the small intestines by a mesodiverticular band in 3 adult horses - Abutarbush, Sameeh M.; Shoemaker, Ryan W.; Bailey, Jeremy V.

13297. In-practice welfare tip

13298. How might veterinarians do more for animal welfare? - Hewson, Caroline J.

13299. Practical bond considerations: Acknowledging clients' financial limits - Milani, Myrna

13300. Cricopharyngeal achalasia in a dog - Pfeifer, Renate M.
A 4-month-old, female terrier-poodle cross was presented with a chronic history of dysphagia. Fluoroscopic swallowing studies localized the problem to the upper esophageal sphincter. A diagnosis of cricopharyngeal achalasia was made. After cricopharyngeal and thyropharyngeal myectomy, the dog was able to eat soft food without difficulty.

 

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