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Beyond The Clinic
In the veterinary community, we must show compassion when talking to colleagues and coworkers who are at risk for suicide.
When you work in the veterinary profession, taking care of yourself is not selfish; it’s a must to maintain emotional and physical health.
Could the results of a unique new study that looked at mast cell tumors — which cause a common skin cancer in dogs — lead to drugs that could someday cure the disease?
Gastrointestinal (GI) problems are one of the leading causes for which pets present to veterinary hospitals. When managing a patient nutritionally, the health care team should be knowledgeable of key nutritional factors and their impact.
Dental radiography is recommended whenever examination of the oral cavity reveals missing teeth and extraction is preferred to avoid cyst development and subsequent bone/tissue destruction. The author takes you through this case step-by-step.
When an animal's immune system’s ability to differentiate self from nonself is compromised, immune-mediated skin disorders can occur.
IV fluid therapy is a skill veterinary technicians utilize daily.
This article describes hypothermia dangers, causes, and risk factors; how to prevent or detect hypothermia; and how to treat it should it occur.